Featured in this Blog:

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThank you Peter, Paul and Mary. Though Geoff Nate never really puffed that magic dragon. He was done in at a ripe old age by an innocent chocolate cookie.


“Grandpa’s First Trip”…  Call it what you may, Pot, Weed, Grass, Ganja, Bud or Herb… or in Geoff Nate’s day, Reefer, Tea, Gage or Mary Jane, marijuana has been around for a long time. Louis Armstrong called it “Muggles” in his song by the same name. Geoff Nate stayed clear of the wicked weed for sixty-eight years… that is, until he bought that damn cookie. Blog 17, “Grandpa’s First Trip,” was a “high” to remember.  [Open]


“Grass: History of Marijuana”   The best documentary on the early history of marijuana was produced by a Canadian company in 1999 and narrated by Woody Harrelson. We’ve cherry-picked some of the “highlights” (pardon the expression) for our Begged and Borrowed segment.   [Open]


Cab Calloway’s “Reefer Man”… Many marijuana songs have been written and recorded and filmed over the years by such greats as Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, Ray Charles and even the Beatles, but Cab Calloway’s short video is our favorite. Be our guests.  [Open]


Readers are invited to comment on any article featured in Geoff Nate’s Blog. A box at the conclusion of each segment is provided to encourage reader responses. Negative comments will, of course, be ignored.


Access to all previous blog articles can be found under the archive heading above or by clicking here:   (Archives)

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Geoff Nate and his beautiful teammate, Jen wish everyone in our blog family a very Happy Healthy New Year.

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