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Wewatta St @ Union Station

1.3 Miles

1995 Wewatta Street
Denver, CO 80202

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Alameda Ave @ West Denver

2.4 Miles

2601 West Alameda Ave
Denver, CO 80219

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Kentucky Ave @ Glendale

3.8 Miles

4151 East Kentucky Avenue
Glendale, CO 80246

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20th Ave @ Edgewater

3.9 Miles

6020 West 20th Avenue
Edgewater, CO 80214

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Grape St @ North Denver

4.4 Miles

4400 Grape Street
Denver, CO 80216

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Federal Blvd @ Westminster

5.7 Miles

6681 Federal Blvd
Denver, CO 80221

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S Federal Blvd @ Sheridan

6.0 Miles

3318 S Federal Blvd
Sheridan, CO 80110

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Havana St @ West Aurora

6.6 Miles

1450 Havana Street
Aurora, CO 80010

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Potomac St @ Central Aurora

8.9 Miles

350 South Potomac Street
Aurora, CO 80012

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Colfax Ave @ East Aurora

9.0 Miles

14301 East Colfax Avenue
Aurora, CO 80011

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Peoria Ct @ South Aurora

9.4 Miles

3179 South Peoria Court
Aurora, CO 80014

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Malley Dr @ Northglenn

11.3 Miles

470 Malley Drive
Northglenn, CO 80233

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Quincy Ave @ Southeast Aurora

14.0 Miles

19370 E Quincy Ave
Aurora, CO 80015

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Gregory St @ Black Hawk

27.2 Miles

231 Gregory Street
Blackhawk, CO 80422

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S Main St @ Longmont

29.3 Miles

206 S Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501

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Water St @ Silver Plume

39.3 Miles

645 Water Street
Silver Plume, CO 80476

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College Avenue @ Ft Collins

59.4 Miles

810 North College Avenue
Ft Collins, CO 80524

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Mill St @ Aspen

104.9 Miles

106 S Mill Street
Aspen, CO 81611

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Southgate Pl @ Pueblo

106.8 Miles

1207 Southgate Place
Pueblo, CO 81004

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Hwy 6 & 24 @ Glenwood Springs

126.5 Miles

51701 Highway 6 & 24
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

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Commercial St @ Trinidad

179.0 Miles

409 North Commercial Street
Trinidad, CO 81082

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"You can't walk through there." It was a statement, not aggressive, not loud, but a firm statement informing me that you cannot walk through the barrier that sets the line for the next customer.

I fumbled about for a moment, taking a step back. I nearly knocked a hat off of its perch. Taking the time to re-focus, I noticed hats, t-shirts, pint glasses, stickers.... basically all the kinds of things that I should buy for people back home. Something buzzed in my head from browsing mygreensolution.com earlier in the day. There was a lot of great stuff here.

"Hey, I can take these home with me, can't I?" My question lingered and I wasn't sure if I had voiced it aloud. If at first you don't succeed..."HEY, can I..."

"Yes, it is only the regulated product that can't cross state lines." My fellow customer, the savior of the feeder line barrier, was here to save me yet again. He saw my next question and thankfully answered it before I stumbled yet again. "This," he gestured to all of the stickers, shirts, and glassware next to us "is Unregulated, and this," he swept back to the vast array of brightly lit cases on the main sales floor "is Regulated product." He was helping, so I chose to ignore that he was drawing out every word a little too long.

I decided to grab a few of the "unregulated" items from the display next to the line. It was pretty cool that they had so many options here while I was waiting for the next salesperson. There were several of them moving about the surprisingly large room in front of me. The cases reminded me of a jewelry store, with the staff bouncing around behind suggesting different products. There were screens above showing videos about how to grow things. I kept scanning the entire scene. Tiva and Indie were, well, they were nowhere to be seen.

"How are you today?" a person materialized in front of my fellow customer and opened the gilded rope, allowing my Unregulated Sherpa to enter the main floor and start shopping. There was a sign reminding me to wait for the next available helper. I guess I should have noticed either that or the rope. I had an armful of t-shirts and hats so I was content. Well, as content as one can be after realizing that their friends may have wandered away in a strange town without notice.

"Here from out of town?" I jumped a little. This black polo-clad attendant had really materialized from out of nowhere. "How do you know that?" I sent back. They gestured at the TGS merchandise I was holding. Plus I was wearing my state college hat. Ok, so, yeah, I guess it was kind of obvious.

This lovely person opened the gate and I was in. I walked to the first case I could find. "So...how does this work?" I ventured. I was awash in worry and anxiety. I had never been in a place like this before! What do I say, what do I ask for, what if I don't...

"Do you have an idea of what you would like to try today?" Yikes. She was in my head. "Well, I've never really been in a dispensary before. We are here for a couple of weeks and I was looking to pick up some....well, ....weed(?)" I knew how bad this sounded. If I still had eyes on Tiva and Indie I would have sprinted towards them and demand we call off the entire stop. That's it, just hand the shirts back to this nice lady and get the heck out of here.

"That isn't unusual. What did you guys plan on doing? Sometimes what your plans are can kind of guide us in terms of what might be the best product for you." Black polo lady was a kind mind-reader.

"Hiking for sure, but we will be in town for a little bit. We will be moving around a lot."

"Well have you had any experience with cannabis before? If you have something you enjoyed in the past, we can see what we have that is similar and give that a shot!"

This conversation was saving me. The bad feelings were almost gone.

"Here, let's take a look at our edibles." She guided me towards a brightly lit case with a vast array of colorfully labelled and packaged items. "Are you familiar with them? Your friends told me you guys looked at the website on the way here."

A ha! Not a psychic! Just a kind, knowledgeable person who probably knew more about my friends' current location than I did.

"Yes, edibles!" It was coming back to me. I did want to try some of these fascinating looking items.

The next few minutes were a great tutorial on everything edibles. It was clear you needed to start slow and give them time to kick in, and not overdo it. Feeling empowered, I asked about "flower" which I learned was the official cannabis term for what everyone simply called "weed" back home. I had seen this category online and ventured a number of guesses as to what it could be, but once again my new friend Jane was here to fill in all the gaps.

It was time to settle up. Jane was going to meet me at a mysterious location known as "Number Four". I looked around the floor, more than a little disoriented.

"It's the number of the register." The deadpan guidance of my barrier savior prodded me along yet again. Wait, how was he still shopping? Maybe he was just waiting for me to get stuck again? I had to get to "Number Four" as quickly as possible.

I thought there would be an old-fashioned cash register. Metal keys, a bell, a drawer that sticks. I was still leery that they took debit cards for payment. I should have known better. Every step of the way I had been wrong, and in a good way. Check-out was no exception. There was a modern screen and display awaiting me.

Mary asked for my ID and we were off and running. The screen was filling up with my items. I was still going to pay cash, but there was the set-up for the card right there in front of me. The other registers had equal levels of amazing things going on. Mary was putting my things into a bag that looked secure enough for an armored car service to use for money transfers.

"Here you are sir! Enjoy your visit and remember what we talked about!" She showed me the way out of the magical store and turned to help the next visitor.

"Just one more thing..." I murmured. "Yes?" she was still bright and engaged but I could tell I was pushing it at this point. I still had to ask the question.

"Do you know where my friends went?"

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