Various strains of marijuana, however they are ingested, can make you super-relaxed or, on the flip side, full of energy and ready for adventure. The get-up-and-get-going strains can help ramp up your enthusiasm for fun things to do, like taking a vigorous hike up Mount Greylock, scouring a Cape Cod beach for shells and sea glass, or dancing on the fringe of an outdoor musical performance, which happen everywhere in New England especially in summer.
Communities near water, for example, Boston and Plymouth and Hyannis, often have boat cruises for viewing the city or and shoreline. Whale watching trips depart from Plymouth and Hyannis has a paddle-boat harbor cruise. Aquariums and planetariums and zoos, which are abundant in Boston, Mendon, on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and elsewhere in Massachusetts, are great fun. If you’re feeling creative, arm yourself with a camera and try to find a new way to depict any of Massachusetts’s magnificent lighthouses – in Cape Ann, north of Boston, and out of Cape Cod.
The state parks, forests, lakes and towns of the state’s Connecticut River Valley – a north-south sweep of communities through Greenfield, Deerfield, Amherst, Northampton, Holyoke and Springfield – offers a peaceful and rural getaway in all seasons. Parks and water bodies like the Quabbin Reservoir welcome people for fishing, bicycling, walking, picnicking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. You can take a boat cruise or visit a living history museum or a fabulous public garden. All of these activities may be enhanced with some use of cannabis.