After you have bought weed from Highway 7 Recreational Marijuana Store, we suggest that you go to Fife, which as you will see in the map below, is not that far from a Fife Dispensary, but Highway 7 in Tacoma is the better choice all the way around since they have the best weed at the lowest prices you can find anywhere Click Here -Live Cannabis Menu
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Fife, WA is a city of noise! Though it is a relatively small place, Fife is full of roaring engines, snapping fireworks, and clanging gambling halls. So let’s get ripped and smoke our weed from Highway 7 and walk around Fife.
First, let’s talk machines. You’ll most like need a car to get around Fife and I suggest you get into the other cars and machines in Fife. I’d say drive your baby down to 3151 20th Street East where the people at “Fife Auto Spa” can spruce up your ride. I don’t recommend driving under the influence but they do offer scent removal which we can all use on our cars. Not many people get in a car and say “This smells too good. Greg, your car smells too good! Carol. Carol come here and smell Greg’s car. Too good right?” This has never happened. Leave the car there for some auto service and enjoy being baked looking at all the motor vehicles on 20th St. Motorcycle shops, Boat Stores, and trucks line the street for your viewing or buying pleasure.
Then take a cab or shuttle or whatever and head to 401 54th Avenue East where “The Fireworks Outpost” offers everything from roman candles to old artillery shells to peace floating lanterns. So blow some smoke into the sky with a flying balloon or blow some stuff up, as long as you can stay focused, it’s a fun high time for all.Hungry well right by there at 1522 54th Ave E is “Poodle Dog Restaurant.” An old school, retro, 50s nostalgia joint. It’s the perfect place to live an out of body experience of being ripped in a place that looks like it is a few years short of the weed filled
Hungry well right by there at 1522 54th Ave E is “Poodle Dog Restaurant.” An old school, retro, 50s nostalgia joint. It’s the perfect place to live an out of body experience of being ripped in a place that looks like it is a few years short of the weed filled 60s. Keep an eye out for“Griswold Motors” whose old school hogs and bike make the 50’s scene complete.After that, take a chance and take a hit and head to Fife’s big feature at 5700 Pacific Highway E. Emerald Queen EQC Fife Hotel/Casino. Shows, sports, and gambling make Emerald Queen really the place you should spend your time. HOWEVER, the dress code has to be changed from what you
After that, take a chance and take a hit and head to Fife’s big feature at 5700 Pacific Highway E. Emerald Queen EQC Fife Hotel/Casino. Shows, sports, and gambling make Emerald Queen really the place you should spend your time. HOWEVER, the dress code has to be changed from what you were wearing from rolling bones on the couch. Here’s their dress code verbatim: No weapons of any kind (i.e. pocketknives or Leatherman tools)No excessively revealing clothingNo clothing of any kind with visible obscene language or graphicsNo hatsNo baggy clothingNo audio, video, or cell phone cameras are allowedSo take off the beanies and caps and no talking about “how ****ing good Arrested Development” ok?
Lastly, if you really aren’t the loud and party type there is something for you. Have “emilyschocolate.com” delivery a gift basket of gourmet treats to your room and take a walk on The Hylebos Wildlife Trail starting at 5905 4th St E. End your peaceful day at Rex Pegg Fabrics,Inc. 1802 E. Stewart St. easily one of the most heavily stocked sewing, and fabric store I have ever heard of.
All in all Fife Washington really is a fun place to be especially when you’re high off Highway 7 marijuana. Whether you’re using it for medicine or you just want to relax de-stress and have some fun life is right next door to our dispensary here in Tacoma so you’re only a hop skip and a jump away from enjoying a new scenery and a great day that’s the Highway 7 way home of the $25 Eighths.