4/20: Keeping 50 Years of the Tradition Alive
April 16, 2021
The setting is 1971. The warm Californian sun is setting over San Rafael. 4 o’clock rolls around, and the local high school lets out. A small gang of students gather around a statue dedicated to Louis Pasteur. They call themselves the “Waldo’s”, and they’re ready to discuss something skunky. Cannabis was the treasure, and they had a map. A map from a member of the Coast Guard, no less. Before the Waldo's time, an old sailor had spread seeds along a nearby shoreline, and the hidden crop had never been seen again.