Reason I am asking is as many people know, more and more states are now allowing the sale and use of marihuana regardless if it is for medical or recreational reasons. It may be a mute point, but with the substance becoming more and more 'available' here in the states, are people going to start using it as a 'crutch' to say they have a medical reason for it, just so they can smoke it in your inn when in fact they just want to get 'high'. We did have someone who brought their pipe and materials and even though they were outside on the deck, when they came in, I could smell it on them and the odor stayed in the house for a while which caused an issue with another guest who does not like smelling the stuff because of the fact it gave them a buzz.
I have updated our policies, not on our website yet but plan to do that this weekend, where we now specifically state that our No Smoking policy now includes 'Medical & Recreational Marihuana'.
Any other thoughts about it?
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