I would like to start out by saying that I am one of the lucky few who have 'shrooms growing on their property.
I would like to start out by saying that I am one of the lucky few who have 'shrooms growing on their property. Harvest time is in mid to late September and lasts about 4 to five weeks depending on when we get a hard frost. At any rate a friend invited me to go to Seattle to an NBA game which I readily accepted. I thought, why not make a day out of it and go to town early since the game did not start till 6 pm. I had made a shroom sauce by grinding up a small ziplock full of shrooms and then mixing them with a spagetti sauce. Once we arrived in Seattle at our friends house we heated the sauce up a little(just for the flavor)and ate it. It was one of the fastest times I have ever gotten off. I would say within 15 minutes we were blazing.
Well we were off to the Seattle art museum just a 20 minute walk. WOOHOO what fun. Upon arrival to the museum it was time to find my money which was in my pocket but it still took what seemed like 15 minutes to fork it over to the cashier. With that ordeal over it was on to the art. I can't really describe the visuals because I have never seen any artwork move and pulse like that before, it was absolutely a trip!! The featured artist was a fellow by the name of Chuck Close. Let me tell you what, Chuck's world is definately obscure!!! Mr. Close's art can be described as giant heads made in all sorts of mediums and sizes. The painting and sculptures were doing things that the artist had never envisioned. It got to a point where we just had to sit down on a bench and just sit there and smile with these big shit eating grins. After 3 hours iin the museum it was off to see the NBA game by that time the psycheldelia had worn off but all the colors were still quite enhanced and it was quite difficult to keep track of the game. I would have to say that a good shroom trip to the art museum is a must for any dedicated shroomer!!!!!