We exited the car and - ohhhh boy was it hot. No shade to stand under anywhere - but ohhhhhhh
man what a sight. Fields of fragrant cannabis all around. The farmers let us wander around among the plants at will, smelling buds and looking at the differences. I think they said they were growing three strains.
We asked if it was ok to take pictures and they said it was.
And of course we got a whole lot of pics of us in the fields!
And Dave took some video in the fields.
Check that video out HERE and more video HERE and HERE .
We were there for about half hour.
Our teenage son totally as unimpressed and uninterested as if it was a field of lettuce, was just complaining about the heat for the whole time. Couldn’t really blame him. - it was hella hot! So hot that as cool as the experience was I was pretty grateful when it was time to get back into the car.
We drove for a few minutes and then we stopped by the Sea which was really neat. A young girl an older lady and a baby who seemed to know the people you were with came out to chat with us for a while under this covered pagoda thing...
...and then Dave Cassidy and I followed our hosts closer to the water.
walking beside in on these giant rocks my husband Dave suddenly noticed the consistency of the rocks something we have never seen in real life all full of holes look like the moon and Dave suddenly said hey wait a minute it is is volcanic w closer to the water walking beside in on these giant rocks my husband Dave suddenly noticed the consistency of the rocks something we have never seen in real life all full of holes look like the moon Dave suddenly said “hey wait a minute it is is volcanic rock????”
Check it out :
Volcanic rock in Jamaica
don’t seem to think that Jamaica itself ever had a volcano... but Dave disagrees and later we look on YouTube and see some crazy video of somebody in Jamaica discovering some kind of active volcanic rock crazy but all we see is something that looks like volcanic rock and that’s pretty interesting we take a whole bunch of pics...