Two of our co-workers and I went to a work training seminar in Denver.
While the two of us were in Denver, the two of us decided to check out some of the local spots.
We went to a bar that serves the best microbrewed coors in the whole state of CO. We went to a restaurant that serves seafood at exactly a single mile above sea level. My co-workers and I had to attend more than four afternoons of work training seminars. Most of them were boring and some of the information wasn’t up-to-date to any of us. On the minute night of our training seminar, a single of our co-workers advised the two of us order recreational cannabis supplies from a nearby dispensary. The guy went online and found a cannabis dispensary that offered free delivery directly to our hotel room. I was nervous that the two of us would get into trouble. I did not want someone to see the cannabis delivery driver bringing weed to our hotel room. My co-workers convinced myself and others that I was being silly and nervous. We ordered $100 worth of cannabis supplies from the Denver dispensary. The dispensary was supposed to deliver our items at 9:30 p.m. They never arrived with our items and our coworker decided to call at 11:45. The shop was already closed. The dispensary never delivered our items to the hotel room. I took that as a sign that the two of us were not supposed to have recreational marijuana while the two of us were there for our work seminar. My co-workers took it as a sign that the two of us needed to visit the dispensary in person.