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    Creative Naming

    Reading posts about Panama Red and Acapulco Gold got me thinking about some creative names I have heard recently

    Where I have lived the past few years there are a lot of grow houses. A LOT of grow houses. So if you get decent weed odds are it is from a grow house. The names are a dead give away.

    So the last kind I got was called "beach house" and it was bitchen good! I've also had "ranch house" and "split level"...both were also fine. When a house gets busted another gets opened and a new name shows up.

    I think this is as cool as hell! Can you imagine, smoke named after what kind of living arrangement were it was grown? I'm still not used to it after 6 years. My sources say there is a new kind coming out called "Mansion" I can hardly wait!

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    Re: Creative Naming

    sounds pretty cool

    its like a game of cat and mouse kinda

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    Re: Creative Naming

    I think I've smoked some "trailer trash." The good stuff could be called "double wide." And I guess the primo would be "modular." Damn, my high class culture is shining through, y'all.
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    Re: Creative Naming

    My new strain is called 'Brindabella Belle'

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    Re: Creative Naming

    Does the name have a special meaning? Sounds pretty.

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    Re: Creative Naming

    The Brindabellas are the mountain range near where I live, and yes, they ARE beautiful! Check google earth for Canberra Australia to see where I live

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    Brindabella Ranges
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    Brindabella Ranges is a mountain range in New South Wales, Australia. The Brindabellas are visible to the west of Canberra and form an important part of the city's landscape.

    The name is said to mean “two kangaroo rats” in the language of the local Aborigines. However, another account states that "Brindy brindy" (or Brendy Bear) was a local term meaning water running over rocks and bella was presumably added by the Europeans as in "bella vista".

    Brindabella National Park lies north-west of the NSW-ACT border abutting Namadgi National Park and covers an area of 213.6 square kilometres.

    Brindabella Valley (Brendy Bear Valley), in the middle of the range, is 40 km south-west of Canberra and 350 km from Sydney. It is on the edge of the Snowy Mountains. The Goodradigbee River flows through the valley.

    Before European settlement it was inhabited by the Ngunawal, Walgalu and Djimantan Aborigines. The area was first settled in the 1830s by European squatters with land first being purchased in 1849. Gold was found in 1860 but mined from the 1880s; in 1887 the Brindabella Gold Mining Company was formed. Mining continued til 1910. It is now an agricultural area.

    Australian author Miles Franklin grew up in the Brindabella Valley and wrote an autobiographical work, Childhood at Brindabella, which told of her early life in the valley.