While the weather outside was frightful on Saturday, nobody inside the Wiarton and District Curling Club really cared.
In fact, most didn’t seem to have a care in the world, as bongs, bud, blunts and even curling were on the minds of many of the dozens of people taking part in Bongspiel 2020.
Cannabis curling culture has certainly taken root in Grey-Bruce.
Now in its second year, the Bongspiel has branched out from the first event that sprouted from the minds of local organizers following the legalization of cannabis consumption in Canada in October 2018.
There were double the teams for this year’s event and the BS Fall Fair outdoor cannabis growing competition was refined with local growers sharing 10 top-quality varieties. And, while there were some admittedly buzzed participants, most everyone had a smile on their faces.
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BY Rob Gowan Owen Sound Sun Times