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  1. nesta

    nesta Well-Known Member

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    I just lit up a bowl of Presbyterian Mixture in my Ben Wade Canadian. Aaaah :D
     
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  2. Darkly

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    Fired up a bowl of SWRA in my no-name apple bottom Corn Cob... so tasty
     
  3. nesta

    nesta Well-Known Member

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    Day's off are great, especially when I'm feeling mostly better and can start finding more pleasure in my pipes again!

    Right now....

    Cool, slow burning, satisfying St. Bruno. Patron saint of pipesmokers!

    In the Royal Coachman bulldog, with a mug of PG Tips on this bleak autumnal afternoon. I really ought to put on a sweater :(
     
  4. Beale

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    McB Navy in my Diplomat. Beale.
     
  5. troyn60

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    HV in a cob. Mmmmmmmm
     
  6. Wicklow

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    GH Bright CR Flake in an Ascorti billiard, coffee on the side.
     
  7. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Dark Birdseye in a Nachwalter Pot. A Dog Bite Lager on the side. Man, it's been a long day thanks to the new gas line being lain under my street. Too much bloody noise. I'm just glad the neighbor kids stayed off my lawn, or I would have gone crazy old coot on them.

    I need a nap. :)
     
  8. GlassSculptor

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    7teen9t2 in a Cob.:th1:

    That would be a cool vanity plate but not many people would get it...
     
  9. dwaugh

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    St. James flake in a Guildhall. -David
     
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  10. Mington

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    The last of my new SG products to try: Sam's Flake in my Imp meer.
    So far all the new SG's (to me) have been great; St. James, Balkan, Bracken, Kendal Cream, and Navy Flake.
     
  11. user1975

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    Revor Plug in a CAO lattice Oom Paul.
     
  12. Jeebs

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    G&H Rich Dark Honeydew in #28
     
  13. Iain

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    SG Firedance in a McGahey Bulldog with black coffee.
     
  14. Monkeyshine

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    JackKnifePlug in a Pete billiard
     
  15. nesta

    nesta Well-Known Member

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    OJK in a Missouri Pride. This blend is growing on me like toenail fungus.
     
  16. Iain

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    OGS in a 'Mayfair' bent billiard
     
  17. troyn60

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    Mac B navy flake in a cob... beer on the side.
     
  18. jpberg

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    Good Morning,

    Ten Russians in a Squatch.
     
  19. Beale

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    Good Day All!

    PS Bulls Eye Flake. Egg by MM.
     
  20. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    :fpalm:

    Eeew.

    Smoking Boswell's Bite DeLite in a clay. It claims 'No' in it's name, but I beg to differ. Actually it's not shabby, concidering.
     
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