Greetings and hallucinations to my friends in Colorado, which I hear is now the number one tourist destination in America.
In honor of the first state to get sober enough to realize marihuana is just a plant, rather than the end of civilization as we know it, I present a story that, if not exactly about Colorado, at least involves it heavily.
It's called "Can You See Me Now?"
And before you write to me and tell me I spelled marihuana wrong, be advised that's the official spelling for it in the U.S. government.
That's the government that is still too stoned on power and their own version of the "truth" to be able to recognize somebody fucked up in spades when their predecessors made pot into a schedule one narcotic.
But enough of politics.
I also salute Dr. Raoul Duke, who gave me the idea for the plot.
This one is relatively long, with 22 chapters, as I recall. So it will probably play out over two weeks, cliffhangers allowing.
Actually, I don't know that there are all that many cliffhangers in this one. I know there are a ton of scene changes, but I think it will just be the story itself that keeps you coming back.
So that's it. Nothing else going on, really. I just have a new offering for you and wanted as many people to see that as possible.
So thanks for reading and let's get on with it.