I flew with cannabis (and lived to tell the tale)
Each holiday season, I travel from California to the East Coast to spend time with my family. This year, thanks to updates to cannabis laws, I was able to travel with my stash.
I’m not going to lie – it felt a bit strange. But using my Rob Rodney bag made the process easy. I packed vape pens, flower, Keva chocolate, rolling papers, a grinder, multiple lighters (where do all my lighters go?) and a joint roller.
To save packing space, I left my Dopp kit at home – and used my Rob Rodney bag for additional personal items. I included my razor, toothbrush and more. I even threw my journal in there so I’d know where to find it.
While flying with the bag was easy, the true convenience of Rob Rodney shone through once I reached my destination. I had to shuttle between my rented cottage and family home – in addition to various holiday parties and visits to friends’ houses. My bag made it easy to grab it and go, and I didn’t have to pre-roll joints or make choices of which products I wanted to bring with me.
The look of the bag, though it seems so simple, changed the cannabis experience for those around me. Instead of stuffing cheap plastic bags into our pockets, we enjoyed the sophistication that Rob Rodney brought to our reunions and social gatherings.
Keeping my products in my Rob Rodney bag also brought a peace of mind that I hadn’t previously experienced. I knew that, wherever I was, my cannabis was locked up and all in one place. Our family dog couldn’t get into it – or my nieces and nephews, who seem to get into everything.
When my trip was over, and I was checking into my flight back to LA, I stopped to think how much Rob Rodney changed the travel game for me. The security and convenience made all the difference. It allowed me leave stress behind and spend relaxing, quality time with those who mean the most to me.
Note: Check cannabis travel laws in your area before flying with pot products. Cannabis possession is still illegal in some states. And, even if it’s legal, it may not be legal to travel with.