Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Escudo in a bent Peterson
SG 1792 in my Pete, red wine on the side.
GLP Cumberland in a Kurt Huhn Bulldog.
Mac Baren Club Blend (donated by Sas) in a Sasquatch freehand. First smoke in three days, courtesy of a much needed slow day at work. Simply perfect.
P&W 400, in a Squatch.
Capstan Gold in a Castello
nat. vergin. Cannonballed,
of course. Mmmm.... :drool:
Starting an 8.F morning with a bowl of Dan's Blue Note in a Peoria Canadian Sitter and some hot coffee..
Yesterday was a bad day at the pipe, for whatever reason. Seems there was a clogged draft hole halfway through the smoke, a marginally tight pack that started off wrong, bad puffing -- just one thing after the other. Things are looking up right now, halfway through the FourDot pot full of CH. All systems are go! :thumb:
I have a Punto Oro in 904KS, which is similar but not quite as bent (and maybe a little more 'raked' on the front end). Very classy pipes. :thumbsu:
No smoking for me this morning, because I'm at work. :thumbsd:
velvet in a 59p mastercraft pipe.
Sail Yellow in a cob. Taking a break from endless phone calls to straighten out a problem with my graduation audit.
Did morning chores with a bowl of MacB's Dark Twist in my Italian Oom Paul.. Warming the boots by the fire now..
Much better action today! The Fourdot went well and I even went crazy with a MM Pride of Lord Methley's! On to the Peterson's with some PA and all is well! Was apparently just off my form yesterday.
Engine No.99 in a Castello sea rock. Nectar PX Sherry on the side.
Rattrays Highland Targe in a Butz Choquin
LBF in my Radice with a Turkish coffee.
GLP Union Square (a gift from a fellow PSFer) in a Tinsky Billiard. Bites hard when smoked too fast, so I'm needing to slow down for this one. I can see why a lot of virgnia lovers would like this one.
Lane 1Q in a Wiley Freehand
CH in a Yello Bole Imperial, ginger ale on the side.
Well, sheeeeeeee's BACK! Yep, 5.5 days out in subzero temps, our amazing cat Morgan has returned. We call her The Traveler. No damage, amazingly enough. I'm celebrating with some Walnut in the Dana Bari!