On Feb. 1, the Denver Elections Division formally announced that Decriminalize Denver, a group dedicated to crafting a state-level framework for psilocybin cubensis, gathered enough signatures to get their initiative on the ballot for the May 7 municipal election. Although the campaign is just about to launch, the city is currently forging the path of the psychedelic movement.Continue reading “Magic Mushrooms Will Be On The Ballot In Denver This May”
According to 47-year Boris Madison, he was hiking alone in the woods near his residence when he was savagely attacked by a 900-lb brown bear.Continue reading “A man from the small town of Gould, just North of the Rocky Mountain National Park, claims he was held captive and repeatedly raped by a male grizzly bear.”
The 2018 grow started in early march with big bud white window hybrid and ak47 nice plants then tragedy hit Spider mites took out my seven beautiful plants. Healthy plants way to big for me to carry outside and spray down the end result was very little harvest waste of time and power .
The new Beginning. Before my last plant went to ruined i was able to susesfully take five clones and i kept three and grow clones to about two foot then went right into 12/12 produce some nice buds in just 2 mons so mikeys grow sesion not a complete failure but i was hopin on a super crop maybe next year.
DENTON, Mont. –
A large wolf-like animal was shot and killed May 16 by a rancher near Denton, Montana. It now has wildlife officials and the public wondering what it was, according to KFBB.
With three discs of outtakes and other recordings from the era, Guns N’ Roses’ recently announced box sets for their groundbreaking 1987 debut Appetite for Destruction provide an expansive look at the band’s early years. But one track is conspicuous by its absence: the controversial “One in a Million,” which closed out their 1988 EP G N’ R Lies.
beautiful Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary-plymouth
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Alabama National Guard
April 12 at 2:06pm ·
A southern black racer snake slithers across the barrel of junior U.S. Army National Guard sniper Pfc. William Snyder’s rifle as he practices woodland stalking in a camouflaged ghillie suit during a 1-173 Infantry training exercise Satuday, April 7, 2018, at Eglin Air Force Base. Our snipers are trained to remain perfectly still for hours on end when in position and remain invisible to enemies and even wildlife.
Continue reading “BLACK SNAKE PHOTOGRAPHED SLITHERING OVER SNIPER’S GUN BARREL IN EXERCISE”
Never seen a turkey swimming before until today lol