Tim Blake, a long-time Mendocino County pot grower, tends his outdoor greenhouse with doberman-mix dogs, "Roxy" (black) and "Reba." Blake, a former illicit pot grower who say he went from "king pin to no pin," now cultivates smaller quantities of medical marijuana a runs Area 101, a spiritual retreat celebrating Mendocino's marijuana culture. 
photo by Peter Hecht/phecht@sacbee.com
Tim Blake, a long-time Mendocino County pot grower, tends his outdoor greenhouse with doberman-mix dogs, "Roxy" (black) and "Reba." Blake, a former illicit pot grower who say he went from "king pin to no pin," now cultivates smaller quantities of medical marijuana a runs Area 101, a spiritual retreat celebrating Mendocino's marijuana culture. photo by Peter Hecht/phecht@sacbee.com Peter Hecht
Tim Blake, a long-time Mendocino County pot grower, tends his outdoor greenhouse with doberman-mix dogs, "Roxy" (black) and "Reba." Blake, a former illicit pot grower who say he went from "king pin to no pin," now cultivates smaller quantities of medical marijuana a runs Area 101, a spiritual retreat celebrating Mendocino's marijuana culture. photo by Peter Hecht/phecht@sacbee.com Peter Hecht

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