Strain: Great White Shark
Potency Analysis: TTL 23.99% THC 0.515% CBD 0.096% THCA 22.78%
Packaging: 5"x3.5" 3mil opaque (windowed) plastic rip-top zip bag
Store: Old Toby - Chehalis, WA
I really love sativa, and I really really love legal sativa.
The flavor on this was very marijuana. I mean, when I think of 'good weed' taste, this is it. There was nothing specifically outstanding about any note or hint or undertone.
Relatively very hairy and nice looking. It fluffed up something fierce when I broke it up, and the crystals left behind were heavy - gathered all around the base of the buds really densely.
I went to work in the garage and cleared out a ton of spider webs, dust, old leaves, musty piles of decay and funk. My primary tools were a broom and several pieces of heavy duct-tape reinforced cardboard that day. All my real tools were still incoming, from Amazon.com, and this is a job that's going to be done in layers no matter what.
So I started in my soon-to-be outdoor hang out and new regular smoke spot. I had to move all the boxes I had just set down from the moving truck, and sort things and rearrange. I cleared so many giant spiders out that I was a little freaked out by the sheer volume of the damn things - even though I firmly believe most spiders are our friends.
At one point, two different spiders - each at least 7 inches across at the legs - were clinging to my broom bristles, and I threw them both into the same corner. They fought with one another for a moment, then both of them took off into separate corners - neither of them originally from that part of the garage.
In the end, I feel I went a long way toward making my garage more usable and hang-out-able, and I had a great time smoking Great White Shark while doing it.