I love the museums Canada offers

I enjoyed walking the halls after a few hits off a cannabis vaporizer pen

Ever since going to see museums for school, I have grown fond of them. It doesn’t matter if it’s a museum of natural science or an art history place, I prefer to get a friend and spend a few hours meandering the endless halls. It’s unquestionably special taking a glimpse into the past with the artifacts on display inside. When I was a kid going to university in Alberta, Canada, we used to visit the natural history museums in Edmonton and Calgary, plus my number one area about these field trips was getting to see the large dinosaur bones. In Canada numerous woolly mammoth bones have been found plus there is no shortage of them in natural history museums from the pacific coast to the atlantic shoreline. These towering creatures existed until the Holocene epoch when they went extinct, the last in a long line of mammoth animals existing on Earth. When I moved to Toronto from Alberta, I was amazed by the sheer number of museums in the city. For example, there is the Scarborough Museum, the Ontario Science Center, the Canadian Language Museum, the Royal Ontario Museum, plus The Black Museum to name just a few. Recently my close neighbor Paul plus I decided to get high with a cannabis vaporizer pen before spending a Monday afternoon at the Aga Khan Museum. This amazing museum showcases Islamic plus Persian art plus is a showcase of Muslim culture. I enjoyed walking the halls after a few hits off a cannabis vaporizer pen. It’s even better seeing Toronto’s numerous museums when you can stash a cannabis vaporizer pen in your pocket.

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