Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Aug 1, 2013.
I have some Captain Black loaded in my MM hardwood, gulping down my morning coffee.
Finishing up Classic Burley Kake in the Rekamepip maple tank. Jumping into work early today - not even finished with the coffee yet.
Good luck Snake, got my fingers crossed for you.
Having my first go of some JackKnife RR in my straight Adbsorba.
Good Luck Snake !
Early Lunch = Jacks Original Pizza
Followed by a bowl of Walnut
in walnut ppie
Just loaded up my Altinok LVC with some Uhle's Black Stoker. Tin smell is amazing, makes me think of Grandfather's own by house of calabash. I hope I like it.
Give 'em Hell Snake! Best of luck.
Great news Snake. Here's hoping for the best.
Yesterday was a no smoke day with sinus problems all day. Didn't hear the weather report until this morning when they said a cold front was coming through the area (yeah, cold front in Florida in August, R I G H T!) Feeling better this morning, so I went back to old godger school and loaded a CG with CH and plenty of coffee hot and black on the side. Suits me just fine
Finishing up that
melange in my clay.
Five Brothers in my Grabow Viking...coffee...
Heading out for a bowl of the Tamed Whoop-ass in the original MM Diplomat with Wellington Forever Stem, PRM #8 or so............
finished PRM#8 too fast so I've added a double double Cuban espresso!
Awake again, but this time, no elephants (re: Suzy and Molly) running around the house. Thinking about what to eat for lunch, but until then, I'm smoking Dunbar in a 1988 smooth full bend Peterson System Standard XL 315. Going to clean a few pipes in the meantime.
Good luck Snake! Having a bowl of CH in a corn dog with Maxwell House.
been working out in garage on some Mrs Projects
now time to smoke a bowl of tobacco , kick back and enjoy the afternoon
Having another bowl of the JackKnife RR, impressive so far.
Still waiting for pictures of the outdoor cooking
No photos today it was raining when I went to take them out so I did it all as quickly as possible but they looked better than the last ones I did put a photo up.
Riding the Night Train (C&D) in a Stanwell Brazilia. The Bottle in the picture is the first taste of Rum I've had since the early 70's when I regained conscience at a Jethro Tull concert in Toledo, OH. The concert was great!
May I congratulate you on your choice of rum (and band for that matter). I picked up a taste for it from my old sea dog of a dad, who's still fond of it from his navy days. The look on his face whenever I buy him a bottle is priceless.