I was serious when I asked "Is marijuana tourism far behind?"
If conservative farmers want to grow pot — and who knows, maybe even smoke it — then hoteliers will surely want to remind prospective visitors to Washington State, which indeed has mind-bending natural beauties, that smoking marijuana is/will be legal.
Perhaps marketing efforts for major conventions (OK maybe not certain groups) will include a reminder to convention organizers that convention-goers will be able to get high.
Or perhaps a cute little boutique B&B in the San Juan Islands will include "legal marijuana" in its ads?
What rational 50 year old corporate lawyer would like to get stoned legally — without the dim worry in the back of his/her mind that a marijuana bust could be a career-ender?
I think so. "Marijuana tourism" will have significant economic benefits
Of course Colorado has a jump with its "Rocky Mountain High" tag line.