Marijuana tourism has come to Colorado, not yet competing with the state's ski slopes, but certainly attracting cannabis-curious visitors and entrepreneurs.

Correspondent Bill Whitaker tells 60 Minutes Overtime about a couple he met from New York- Joel and Lisa Schneider-- who are not only partaking in the new economy, but the pot-punning as well, as you'll see in this exchange about their new hotel:

BILL WHITAKER: Bud & Breakfast?

JOEL SCHNEIDER: Bud & Breakfast. You're in Colorado.

BILL WHITAKER: What do you offer your guests that they can't get at any other hotels?

JOEL SCHNEIDER: .... we have a wake and bake breakfast.

BILL WHITAKER: What is that?

JOEL SCHNEIDER: .... First off, we put our three strain samples of marijuana for our guests to start their day off the right way. And then Lisa and her staff prepare an amazing breakfast....

BILL WHITAKER: They eat a lot?

LISA SCHNEIDER: Yes!

Bill Whitaker: They're a very interesting couple from Long Island, New York. Joel used to be a lawyer who worked in finance.

[Joel Schneider: This is your morning coffee. This is to go to bed with it's called Indica.]

Bill Whitaker: ...and they saw this happening in Colorado.

[Joel Schneider: It's a brand new business, no one's ever done it before.]

Bill Whitaker: So they came up with this idea.

[Bill Whitaker: Bud & Breakfast?]

[Joel Schneider: Bud & Breakfast. You're in Colorado...]

[Bill Whitaker: Not Bed & Breakfast?]

[Joel Schneider: No. You're in Colorado. It's Bud & Breakfast.]

[Bill Whitaker: what do you offer your guests that they can't get at any other hotels?]

[Joel Schneider: We have a wake and bake breakfast.]

[Bill Whitaker: What is that?]

[Joel Schneider: Wake and bake breakfast is two-fold. First off we put our three strain samples of marijuana for our guests to start their day off the right way. And then Lisa and her staff prepare an amazing breakfast. I mean, it's three-course breakfast. And the guests sit here eating up the food and enjoying the samples.]

[Bill Whitaker: They eat a lot?]

[Lisa Schneider: Yes. Especially when they go to the wake and bake bar first and then they eat afterwards.]

Marc Lieberman: They had sort of jokingly talked about their dream would be to open a bed and breakfast in New York. They just chose-- a different part of the country to do it. But Lisa had the passion for entertaining and cooking. And Joel had the passion for pot. And they married the two, and voila-- the Bud and Breakfast.

[Bill Whitaker: Who's your typical client? Who are the clientele?]

[Lisa Schneider: You, us, just regular everyday people anywhere from 25 years old to 75 years old people that you would just look at and you would say, "I can't believe they smoke pot." Like, I would never think they smoke pot. And they do.]

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