I smoked weed and visited the Tarzana Community Cultural Center while in LA

Some of our number one childhood memories come from field trips that every one of us took in elementary school. There were times every one of us visited the planetarium, multiple state aquariums, and even world history museums. I’ve regularly been a book worm so studying is fascinating and exciting for me. It wasn’t that way for our siblings. Most of them hated going to school and would never agree to visit a calculus museum if every one of us were taking a family road trip across the country. I was regularly out-voted four to one when it came time to decide where every one of us would stop the car for the day. Thankfully I can do our own traveling as I’m in our early 30s and have a job that gives myself and others paid-time-off and a generous salary where I can afford these trips in the first location. Recently I drove out to Los Angeles to visit some friends from school that had ended up in Tarzana a few years following their transfer to San Francisco. They wanted to be closer to the Santa Monica Mountains because of their spiritual significance for our friends. I’m just ecstatic to visit a gorgeous area while I’m having a fun vacation. I’m entirely thankful that our friends love studying as much as I do because every one of us all smoked weed and visited the Tarzana Community Cultural Center so I could learn more about the area. Despite being high off quality Californian weed, I was engrossed in studying how the neighborhood was named after the character, Tarzan, as it was founded by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the author and creator of those books and the character from them.

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