Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Apr 1, 2013.
I'm already working on it! ...it's complicated...
Two short pipes tonight. Kendal Kentucky from a sample the guy who hates me sent. Then a weeee bit of CH in. My newly cleaned 242 featherweight Stanwell
I actually meant in your Mason jar
Yeah, you cut your hair!
now smoking the daughters of ryan
in my rock cobwagon warden
Well it’s coming up midnight in the YorkShire, and there’s £0.50 per pint discount at the World’s Beer Festival
at the Kings Head tomorrow so this will be the last pipe before I hit the sack.
I find keeping a Tally Log for the ClayPril funny in that 4 strokes becomes compelling to have another bowl
and close the 5 Bar Gate
Good Night All
edit - when the Clay's not in my mouth or hand it lives in it's cardboard tube, as I guess I found it 200 years after someone dropped it
be sure to take pictures of the pretty waitresses at the bar !
I just fired up a bowl of LEO in a Parker canadian.
Grousemoor Plug in an Old Kaywoodie Prime Grain. IDK, prime, more feathery and some birdseye. Ice cold coke.
WM will you please quit doing that . I mean looking at your self there on the right end. We see you there.
Nope. Your the same MDaws79 I've always known. Do you know whats happened to that Mark fellow? I cant find him anywhere.
LTF very finely rubbed-out topped with 5 Brothers Pipe Tobacco! in a Yello-Bole Pug.
This is a good combination, I think I'll be repeating this for a while.
Prince Albert in a Middleton II Pipe
you still on that bus
McLelland 2010 in Jeebs Sabertooth, with tall glass of sweet tea....yum yum...
How did you get this picture? I was promised it would be for promotional purposes only.
They called me "Mr. Wonderful"
I've seen you use this great looking Bamboo a few times now and have tried searching on www but all I find is garden cane stuff
It really lends it's self to making a bonny pipe.
Blind Review Sample #6 from Albert in a GBD New Standard Bulldog.
Burley(Ketucky?), Virginia, and Perique. I think.
More Odyssey,finishing off the tea.