While I’ve only been living in Beverly Hills for a few months now, I moved to Sun Valley after graduating with a PhD from the University of California Riverside.
One of our all time number one things to do while living in Sun Valley was hiking The Angeles National Forest. Cannabis has been legal recreationally in California for over several years now plus I have wasted no time going out plus sampling batches from numerous stores in the San Fernando Valley area. It’s absolutely fun to buy a pack of pre-rolled joints from a local dispensary to take on a hiking trip in the Angeles National Forest or Topanga State Park to the southwest of Sun Valley, these are lovely hiking locations, but you need to be careful of the many rattlesnakes found in southern California. As long as you keep your eyes peeled plus avoid tall shrubbery where snakes are most likely to be found, it’s not the most dangerous locale to go hiking in the US. It sure beats Grizzly country in the northern Rockies, regardless of how pretty that part may be. The people I was with and I have plenty of beautiful mountain backdrops in Los Angeles regardless. Thus far I’m enjoying our life here in Beverly Hills. Some weekends I roll a few joints of the strongest cannabis I can find in a local dispensary plus after that I go for a long walk in Will Roger Memorial Park. I like to find locales away from others where I can smoke our joints in peace. It’s not legal to use cannabis in public in California outside of private businesses, but it’s not a important deal if you’re not imposing on other people who might wish to avoid hourhand marijuana smoke.