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2oldman

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profdant139 wrote:

I think marijuana tends to make the party people a little quieter than alcohol does, but I am just speculating -- I don't know from personal experience!.
It does. Alcohol makes some folks very loud and belligerent.

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it is against the law to consume in public in both Oregon, and Washington.

I think your biggest worry would be someone asking you for some of your Doritos.

What is it you are concerned about? Most people that indulge in these States are over 65. Surprise!

It’s not like it’s Woodstock and everyone is standing around smoking pot singing kubaya and chanting

If you want to worry about something, worry about impact wrenches, pooping, barking dogs, screaming kids, and not being able to find a place to park.


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profdant139 wrote:

It's now legal in Calif, too, and we have not had any problems. We have, however, heard some loud drunk folks playing music. (I know they were drunk because we saw a lot of empties in the morning.)

I think marijuana tends to make the party people a little quieter than alcohol does, but I am just speculating -- I don't know from personal experience!

Renee, if you want a quiet campground, my advice is to avoid holiday weekends, and avoid areas in easy driving distance from big cities.


Thank you.

We'll be visiting some quiet campgrounds - Skull Hollow for one - but that one is popular with the rock climbers.


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Nutinelse2do wrote:

it is against the law to consume in public in both Oregon, and Washington.

I think your biggest worry would be someone asking you for some of your Doritos.

What is it you are concerned about? Most people that indulge in these States are over 65. Surprise!

It’s not like it’s Woodstock and everyone is standing around smoking pot singing kubaya and chanting

If you want to worry about something, worry about impact wrenches, pooping, barking dogs, screaming kids, and not being able to find a place to park.


As I indicated in my post, a co-worker was in CO and in a downtown area, the second hand smoke was heavy. That's what I want to avoid. The majority of responses here confirmed that we don't have to worry.

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ReneeG wrote:

Nutinelse2do wrote:

it is against the law to consume in public in both Oregon, and Washington.

I think your biggest worry would be someone asking you for some of your Doritos.

What is it you are concerned about? Most people that indulge in these States are over 65. Surprise!

It’s not like it’s Woodstock and everyone is standing around smoking pot singing kubaya and chanting

If you want to worry about something, worry about impact wrenches, pooping, barking dogs, screaming kids, and not being able to find a place to park.


As I indicated in my post, a co-worker was in CO and in a downtown area, the second hand smoke was heavy. That's what I want to avoid. The majority of responses here confirmed that we don't have to worry.


I’m pretty sure your co- worker was exaggerating. It is illegal to consume in public in any State where it is legal, so think that was a made up story.

Campfires create 50x the stink and smoke

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Nutinelse2do wrote:

I’m pretty sure your co- worker was exaggerating. It is illegal to consume in public in any State where it is legal, so think that was a made up story.
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Nutinelse2do wrote:

ReneeG wrote:

Nutinelse2do wrote:

it is against the law to consume in public in both Oregon, and Washington.

I think your biggest worry would be someone asking you for some of your Doritos.

What is it you are concerned about? Most people that indulge in these States are over 65. Surprise!

It’s not like it’s Woodstock and everyone is standing around smoking pot singing kubaya and chanting

If you want to worry about something, worry about impact wrenches, pooping, barking dogs, screaming kids, and not being able to find a place to park.


As I indicated in my post, a co-worker was in CO and in a downtown area, the second hand smoke was heavy. That's what I want to avoid. The majority of responses here confirmed that we don't have to worry.


I’m pretty sure your co- worker was exaggerating. It is illegal to consume in public in any State where it is legal, so think that was a made up story.

Campfires create 50x the stink and smoke


Not this co-worker.

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What I remember from college is that pot smokers tend to be mellow and drunks are where most of the problems come from.
Like the poster above said, guard your doritos tho.

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Watch out in USFS campgrounds. Still not legal by US GOVERNMENT LAND. Saw a forest service ranger issue a ticket.


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Drunks are far more troublesome.


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