Oregon Cannabis Guide 2016

Read the 2016 Oregon Cannabis Guide!

Your Annual Mini-Magazine About All Things Weed Has Arrived

Cannabuzz: Just Don't Call It a Bud and Breakfast

A Look at the Cannabis-Friendly North Fork 53 Homestead

Cannabuzz: Weed Reads

What to Read Before—and After—You Get High

That Show About the Weed Guy

Web Series High Maintenance Makes a Successful Transition to HBO

Weed Begins at 40

How I Got Back into the Pot Game

Ask a Pot Lawyer: Are We Headed Toward "Big Canna"?

Are Giant Marijuana Companies on the Way?

Ask a Pot Lawyer: How to Get Your Weed Worker Permit

It’s Not Hard, But You’ll Need to Study Up—and Pony Up

It’s Like a Humidor for Your Weed

We Tried Out the Cannador Storage System

The Future of Oregon's Weed Industry

Our Cannabis Programs Are the Best in the Country

My Roommate, the Weed Chemist

A Conversation with Green Leaf Lab About Canna Science

Returning Column!

You're Wrong About That: The 420 Edition

The Stoner Games

Perfect Summer Games to Play Under the Influence of Weed

How to be High in Public

(Don't Actually Do Any of These Things)

Summer Issue 2016

The Portland Ice Cream Mega List!

Avoid Those Long Ice Cream Lines by Visiting These Local Shops.

The Definitive Ranking of Ice Cream Flavors

(That Also Happens to Be Inarguably Correct)

Portland's Top Boozy Smoothies

Our Picks of the City's Best Alcoholic Slushies

Summer Wines Make Me Feel Fine

The Best Summer Wines and Where to Drink Them

Subterranean Bars for the Sun-Phobic.

Hate the Sun? Drunk? Have We Got the List for You!

Summer Patio Roundup

A Few of Portland's Best Patios for Sippin' and Sunnin'

The Stoner Games

Perfect Summer Games to Play Under the Influence of Weed

Into the Wilderness with Outdoor Afro

Inviting African Americans Back to Nature

Tube Tips for Summer Floating

Hit the River with Confidence

Is a Travel Trailer Right for You?

It's Like Bringing Your House with You

Camping for the Not-So-Adventurous

A Quick and Dirty Guide of Close Spots to Camp

Cliff Jumping: How to Have Fun (and Stay Alive)

The Dos and Absolute DON'TS of Swim Spot Jumping

WHETHER YOU'RE a veteran stoner, or a new adventurer into the wondrous world of newly legal edibles and oils (see page 67), there are plenty of summer sports that benefit from a gentle haze of THC. Get creative, get high and get active!

Frisbee

If you smoke enough weed, eventually someone will give you a Frisbee. Then, without fail, someone at the party will want to impose their bullshit binary rules on the Frisbee game—whether it's disc golf or "ultimate"—and you'll end up wasting all that sweet summer sunshine being lectured on the finer points of "FROLF." (They hate it when you call it that.) OR you can freestyle your Frisbee game like a TRUE AMERICAN. Administer the desired amount of ganja, and toss the Frisbee back and forth with a partner. Remember, your focus should be on launching the disc so it's level with the ground—just don't spend too much time thinking about how the Earth is actually curved, so the Frisbee will never be parallel with the ground. Instead just focus on the spin of the Frisbee, because, like, everything is always spinning and turning. Cycles, man. Everything is cycles.

Lawn Darts

Now's a good time to check in with yourself: How high are you? Have you been dabbing? If the answer is "yes," I recommend staying away from any game involving pointy things. Lawn darts are basically suburban throwing stars. Keep it soft, keep it safe.

Hacky Sack

Since you're already standing in a circle passing a joint around, might as well spend a few minutes kicking around the "devil's nut sack." The rules are simple enough to understand for even the most blazed party guest. Just keep that tiny-Rasta-soccer-ball off the ground. Play some tunes—hopefully something with arrhythmic guitar riffs, so you can really "feel it." You'll tire of hackin' after a few minutes, if you're doing it right.

Cornhole

Ha. Cornhole. Hahhahaha. Heh. Why is it called that? Ha. It's so funny. Cornhole.

Throwing Snacks into Mouths

Focus on snacks with some heft: baby carrots, Goldfish crackers, edamame, Lil' Smokies. Popcorn and chips lack the necessary mass to accurately estimate toss force and trajectory.

Watch TV Outside

What if we just brought the TV onto the porch? I feel like that will work.

Hula Hoop

Dab it up, and take all the edibles, because nothing can stop the simple joy of hula hooping. Using Frisbee principles, launch the hula hoop around your body, keeping it as level to the ground as possible, then shift your weight from side to side. Don't think too much about it, or it'll fall to the ground every time. Just think about the spinning hoop, man. Circles, cycles... everything is cycles.