What Are You Smoking? April, 2013

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  1. LifeOfRiley

    LifeOfRiley Active Member

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    Just had my first bowl of Stokkebye Luxury Navy Flake in the Caminetto Bidness. Good stuff.
     
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  2. Mount Mandolin

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    I have the same problem with Brown Flake and Special Latakia Flake. Friggin' Berg sent me some, the jerk that he is, and now I'm left aimlessly searching in the darkness for even a glimpse of a single tin. Germain moves in mysterious ways, I tell ya. My B&M got three Esoterica products the other day. That's it, just the three, and no regular Germain, and no word of when the next shipment will be or what it will contain. :msty:

    So I'm smoking Special Latakia Flake in a Neerup. :) It's raining and occasionally thundering here, and the foliage is damn near at full growth now. We've really had a very nice Spring, exactly what you'd hope for in Alabama this time of year. Now what we do is see how many more weeks of nice, moderate, Springtime temperatures we can get before we plunge into the mire of a 95˚F+, five month long summer. I've got my hopes up that we don't see the mercury get above 95˚F before June gets here. Here's hoping.
     
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  3. Lithua pipe

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    Capt. E's in a Big Ben Bora (Horn)
     
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  4. fishnbanjo

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    Just back from my wife's surprise birthday it's the 31st annual 29th birthday this Tues but hey we got nice neighbors. Smoked the Tim West with Anni Kake when I went to let my dog and my friend 12 y/o Weimaraner out, ours is the same breed but he's 9 y/o. All the presents have been carried home and now I'm pondering a bit of AoTM in the Rock Cob.
     
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  5. nesta

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    Earlier today was Union Square in the Kapet 68.

    Now, it's Stonehaven in a Country Gentleman
     
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  6. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    Well, posting from page 264, loaded up CH in the Wicker Clay, head to the barn to give the horses their spring shots. Maybe I'll catch up later...congrats Jim on 2K, baby and anniversary...wait, I may have that wrong;)
     
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  7. SidStavros

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    Pipe Shop Special Line No. 21 Elizabeth.
     
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  8. Mount Mandolin

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    What on earth is AoTM? I've seen you post it quite a few times, and I can't imagine what it would be. You folks are killing me with the acronyms!

    Ha! This reminds me of a woman I know who lived in Oakridge, OR, and they were all the time having these big, ridiculous mountain biking events in her town. Guys and girls in spandex, smoking pot, playing loud music, and just generally being degenerate hippies, all while having a bicycle event. And of course the bikers had the town's blessing because they were bringing revenue to the town. Man, she used to go on and on about it too, really made her mad. She said the PNW now is a mighty different place than the PNW she grew up knowing.
     
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  9. Stormy

    Stormy Resident Rain Maker

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    Plum cake in the savinelli. Took a little walk with the beagle.
     
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  10. SouthBound

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    Afternoon, fellows.
    Bayou Morning in a new-to-me Jirsa Rhodesian.

    I was a little upset with myself for bidding on this pipe. The minimum bid won, and I was regretting my bid before it won. However, the pipe was barely smoked when it arrived yesterday. Engineering was perfect. And it just smoked the inaugural bowl down to the proverbial white ash. I think I'll keep it.
     
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  11. Wicker Man

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    [​IMG] :poke::xd:
     
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  12. krusty

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    Must be an Irish thing then. I did follow that practice for a few years some time ago and still had hangovers )_:
     
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  13. Mount Mandolin

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    You're a cruel one, Wicker Man, a cruel one indeed.
     
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  14. Brit abroad

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    GL Pease Quiet Nights in a Peterson X220 with tea.
     
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  15. fishnbanjo

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    AoTM=Angel of the morning, which is what I was listening to when I first came up with stacking 2/3 bowl with
    Plum Cake and the 1/3 with Anniversary Kake I posted after writing it 3 time it would be known as AoTM hence [​IMG]. :D
     
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  16. krusty

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    So, are degenerate hippies the ones that use soap?

    As a boy, and also a young man (what used soap mind ya), what I perceived the mindset of Oregon to be was that of a liberal, forgiving, accepting yet all the while independent and self reliance focused state.

    sortakindaaintsomuchanymore
     
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  17. krusty

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    Oh yes, G&H BB #2 in my BC "d'Argent" billiard.
     
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  18. gentimmy

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    Wicker, you're goin to hell way faster than any of us:p:

    But I'll see ya there:toast:
     
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  19. Wicker Man

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    night frosts forcast for the next week + with a warning for Monday night :(
    the Bear suggested dissolve dBear in a vat of Lye stick a wick in and light him it in the Greenhouse :ngty:
    but he's hiding in that big pipe down amongst the Quarks :sh:
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    So had to service the sump heater, wick trim and a fill
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    Bring the plants that are going to be grown in pots at Wicker Villas inside
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    and cover the remainder, which I'm hoping to plant in the ground on a friends Allotment, with plant fleece
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    there's x2 extra bowls of Borkum Riff Bourbon to Add to the Log, smoked while I'm posting this
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  20. fishnbanjo

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    dBear, spreading the HATE for over 1600 posts. :toast:
     
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