Before traveling from Sheridan to Sherwood I gave them a call to see what was needed for proof of disability for discount. I was pleased to learn that I had to only show my driver’s license that has the disability emblem was sufficient evidence. This is where our journey began.
On a rainy Saturday, my wife drove my homegirl and myself to the dispensery. GPS took us there with no issues. We arrived to find the parking lot nearly full. I did notice that it is flat and seemed to be ADA compliant. Upon entering the first door, I found a small inlet area and was greeted by a lady behind glass. She asked if my friend and I wanted to go back together. We were rang thru to a door behind us that led to a glass walled waiting area that has an clear sight line to the show room and accessible seating. There is a rolling menu on a tv. This was a challenge for my dyslexia. While waiting in the clean bleach scented room, I recognized a couple from behind their masks from weedtube. I want to give a shout out @the.highnamic.duo You can find all their links on Instagram.
The show room was brightly lit and had a vibe kind of like an upscale book store. There were some tables in one corner of the enlongated room where we thought to take a moment as we were both medicated. Thanks to my wife who is always sober, a he’ll of an editor and I miss her long hair. *Editors note: The hair will grow back. Someone else needs it more than me.
So now we are at the counter. There is a register with a touch pad on a desk. As my buddy makes her planned purchases I chatted with the weedtube couple. I did notice that with one product my friend purchased, the bud tender did not offer to show her the product, simply retrieving it and putting it a bag until my friend requested to see it. Once it was my turn, my budtender Cheryl and I exchanged cards. She listened politely as I explained what I do with AMCO. She collected the value gram of concentrate that I requested. I had just reviewed this so please check out www.amco.ark420.com if you need more info on Bold’s banana hammock concentrate.
Cheryl was as sweet as could be from behind her mask as she got me rung up. I remembered to mention the discount for disabled. She and another lady got it plugged in but neither told me that the do not give a discount for disability to a product that is already marked down. This isn’t a big deal but if I was told prior to the purchase, I would have chosen a strain that I hadn’t already reviewed. I wasn’t offered any free gimmick item for a first time customer that all love. I bet in time we’ll see it or passed on in some way. My receipt was put in the simple black light weight paper gift bag with the logo printed in green and blue. Next time I’ll look closer and pay more attention so I can hopefully purchase an item to review.
In conclusion, I noticed that there was no grams of flower, only prepacks in eighth, quarter, half, and ounce weights. Hopefully the missing free gimmick item will be passed along in savings to the customer. The store was bright and clean. The police presence was plentiful. I counted 5 cars in 2 blocks. The menu could be viewed easily. No one rushed me, only my anxiety made me want to get in and out. Overall it was a positive experience. I will return and I would like someone to share the story of the man whose photo and burial flag graced the wall. I wish I could have brought that info to this review. In my high opinion, this dispensery is less frills than some but less expensive than others. I’ll be glad to go back soon!