DENVER - A new meaning has just been given to the old John Denver song "Rocky Mountain High."
Since the state's voters voted to make marijuana legal, literally tens of thousands of young people have moved to The Rocky Mountain State from such places as California, New York, Florida, and Mississippi.
The construction business is booming as are the corner cannabis stores which dispense all kinds of marijuana known to potheads.
One 29-year-old marijuana enthusiast who said his name was Sean Hannity-Limbaugh stated that he just moved to Colorado from Redondo Beach, California and he has never been happier.
He noted that his attitude has totally changed from one of constant worry to one of sheer mellowness.
Hannity-Limbaugh revealed that he has never eaten so many pizzas, Twinkies, and Ramen in his entire life.
And the state of Colorado is doing all it can to make the new transition as seamless as possible for everyone involved.
Denver Councilwoman Gladiola F. Huffenhorner remarked that her city, along with every city and town in Colorado, is participating in the building of hundreds of Pot Parks for the weed consumers to go and enjoy their marijuana in a nice, peaceful, stress-free setting.
Huffenhorner stated that the Pot Parks are being given interesting names like The Hey Dude Pot Park, The Giggling Girls Pot Park, and The Wowie Zowie Now That's Some Maui Pot Park.
SIDENOTE: The state of Washington, which also legalized marijuana is now unofficially known as The Sweet Smoke State.