Yes. Your friend Doug might have known Chris and Chuck. Both kicked it with skunk. I had a really great seed from the 88 crop produce a monster bush out in West Bradford horse country. Was amazing results. The og had a parcel of land he used out on the Lancaster boarder in HB. Lots of horse and prickers to hide and seek. That was the source for a large part of the tristate. I would bet it's seed's helped spread to many parts on the east coast. Because when you sampled it, nothing else even came close. The color, looks(almost fluffy big), skunk smell, plateleaf, crystal coating was indica dominant Afghan compared to the Mexican and Jamaican most common in the Delaware valley. Funny my buddy ordered nl5 X haze from The seed bank in 1988 and they were out but they sent what they called Durban Poison instead. It had a Lancaster PA postmark. Hahaha. He grew It and it turned out exactly like the skunk we already had been getting. Go figure.Honey Brook, I remember hearing about that!! I grew up during that time in Delaware county close to chester county. Possible I know you or ran into you. Crazy, I remember my friend Doug(Bear), used to be part of a few guys growing this in that area. And also a guy named Dave, I wont do last names, but if you know them, you don't need.
I remember getting a 10 gram top that was amazing! Doug told me they would harvest some that were two feet when wet. I am hoping for that lingering flavor, that used to get you in trouble if you breathed on the wrong person!
Funny, didn't know it was an afghani? Thanks for sharing your information.
Gives me even more hope.
Lastly Dave and Chris were very good friends. I'll never forget taking Sam from que corner in downing town out to smoke some and he was blown away by the quality. He was an old head and he had immediate respect for the quality.