Dustin Sunflower and Alan Middlemiss were just sparking up their first bowl of the day when the undercover cops walked in. There was a moment of monetary panic as the two officers ducked their heads under the low doorway into the alley basement, which housed the Holy Smoke Culture Shop. The cops hadn't been there in several months and they never showed up without any warning, especially first thing in the morning. This was definitely trouble. So begins West Coast Smoke, a vivid account of the booming Marijuana dealings across the Pacific North West and British Columbia. With the advent of high quality hydroponic dope, both the potency and availability of marijuana has increased in cities across North America, but it is in the Pacific North West where some of the world's finest pot is grown and sold. The result is a dramatic switch in drug enforcement requirements; instead of concentrating on halting Marijuana imports from Thailand, Mexico and Hawaii, the issue is now domestic -- with an ever increasing demand around the world for weed from the US and Canada. Enforcement tactics prove slow to materialize, and the result is a region that has become one of the fastest pot growing capitals of the world.