All eyes are on Kansas since news got out about this "Salina Pot Tur" The bus was almost full with eight passengers.
It can carry ten riders, but none of the riders wanted to be identified.
I was told they're fearful about what people will think if word gets out they're going to Colorado for marijuana.
Some of Bart Allen's clients showed up wearing disguises.
Allen says since he got media attention earlier this week about his new business Uberdank Destinations, he's had to change his plan a bit.
Only two customers showed up a the public pick-up spot.
The entrepreneur rolled out his Mercedes bus Saturday. For $420, riders travel to and from Colorado, tour a marijuana dispensary and grow house and stay overnight in a four star hotel.
One client rode along because he says his grandmother is sick and wants to know more about medical marijuana.
Allen says he knows there are people who want his venture to fail, but he's not concerned about them.
Allen says he's done his research and isn't looking to break any laws. He's told his riders they are not allowed to bring back any marijuana into Kansas because it's illegal.