What Are You Smoking? April, 2013

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  1. p120d16y

    p120d16y Active Member

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    You, YAPPG, Stravinsky, and I all live in IN right?
    Oh no, realized you live in MI.

    Another cob full of CH with iced vanilla coffee.
     
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  2. YAPPG

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    Mine are all straight angles, too. They are bents I got at CVS. Ilike the look of that one. May be a WalGreen thing.
    PA in a Kaywoodie Dub. There 3 or 4 others of us here in Indiana.
     
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    They had this one, a bent Legend with the amber stem,(which is what I meant to buy) I believe a bent stem of this version, and they had one "basket" briar pipe in a plastic package that I didn't even take a look at.
    I know there are a handful of us here.
     
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  4. YAPPG

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    The CVS here sells Dr. Grabow on a card. Not looked at them, but ticket on the shelf said somewhere around $26. I think. They are supposed to be getting in some PA cherry-vanilla, I hope.
     
  5. p120d16y

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    Ah, it probably was a Grabow then. I've tried a couple of the PAs and would not buy again. Even though I know it's also made by Middleton, I had the soft vanilla cavendish, and another or two I tried years ago. :(
    What is the plain Prince Albert like?
    I also forgot while at Kroger to see if they had SWR, I haven't tried that yet.
    I must like Carter Hall though, I'm filling up the third bowl full right now.
     
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    I spend probably 90% of my time in IN due to most everything is over there, and or a 1 hr drive into the MI side of things
     
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    Finishing off the tin of mystery McClelland oriental in the Parker patent. It was good whatever it was.
     
  9. Albert

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    GLP Cumberland in a Spillcob... getting hotter here, soon it will be that magical time in Arizona where pipes light themselves.... 29C(85F)H11% looking for a high of 93 today.
     
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    I use my magnifying glass when it gets this hot to light my pipes.
    Bayou Morning in a Spillcob.
     
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    Solar lights are the best!
     
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    When I' m retired, I rent a car and drive through all States. That' s my plan. Already wrote down: April - Arizona. No need to lighter at all.

    This is not pure joke.

    Meanwhile, Scottish Cake in a BST winter model. +5/41F.
     
  13. Albert

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    Just don't come after April or you will get the wrong/right impression about this place.
     
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    Almost done with Painter Hills in a 1990 smooth Irish Second (Peterson) Oom Paul. Thinking about my next smoke, too.
     
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    Mr Hall, in the Cob, with a tea
     
  16. PipeSimmo

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    Hello everyone, first bowl of the day at 10:20 pm: McClelland St James Woods in a Peterson Sherlock Holmes Deerstalker. Definitely I will have at least one more bowl in the new Tinsky later .
     
  17. PipeSimmo

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    as far as I know it's a Washington
     
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    SWR in a MM Dip.
     
  19. YAPPG

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    Penzance in a Jobey Stromboli Rhodesian. Earl Grey tea.
     
  20. fishnbanjo

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    Well the best I can date this is around WWII so older than me anyway. I have had it re-hydrating for 78 hours now and will let it continue until it had done so for 96 hours. I can bend the coins w/o them fracturing and can see the tiny ribbons of the tobacco. Smoked a bowl in the Tim West and it was very nice, had a bit of Vitamin N to it and Perique was in full evidence. Glad I grabbed this full tin and bringing it back to smoking state, will not over indulge once it get right. ;)

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