Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
McClelland grand orientals Drama Reserve.
Ten Russians in an oil cured Squatch.
Good Friday Morning,
Stonehaven in an Altinok Ornamented Pear with black coffee.
For the TGIF smoke, Samovar, in a blasted chimney, with coffee.
John Patton Virginia Squire with added perique. Sitting next to me is the esteemed Bluepipe.
The sweetness of Red Cake in the MM Great Dane egg.
And fresh strong Maxwell House.
SWR in a orange colorduke/coffee.
It's a 2 bowl morning today.
Sutliff Old Vienna in the Stanwell 486
Woke up to feed Suzy and Molly, who were very grateful. So, I decided to smoke another Ruffinogold trade tobacco: McCelland East Carolina Ribbon in a smooth straight late 1970s Tinderbox Selected Grecian Briar Dublin. Now followed by Butternut Burley in a 1979 MM cob. Until recently, I had never smoked so much sweet tobacco in my life. But here I am doing it! But I still like my English and VaPers, too!
I am off today and leaving for Gainesville to attend my Nephew's college graduation ceremony tomorrow morning. Trying to decide what to pack besides H&H and cobs for the drive. Smoking pipe at the hotel is iffy and will have to be something quick or something that DGTs well. Heck, I'll just take what I like. Boswell's Bear Blend and a Sav or two.
Two bowls in my Falcon today while waiting for buses and standing in the rain.
Wrapping up a two-week business trip to Dubai with some 1792 in an Aldo Morelli (Dubai creek and Burj Khalifa in the background).
G.L Pease Odyssey in Morta poker pipe.
Sitting here with a plug of Grizzly, hoping for some sort of inspiration to hit me; it is entirely too early in the morning to consider the concept of a pipe that removes the nicotine from smoke!
Edwards Scottish Moor in a Stanwell bent acorn.
I may not live in Yorkshire but the weather doesn't know that - cold, rainy, overcast, and no change expected all day. Best thing for it is to smoke like I live in Yorkshire - Condor in a Falcon - Cheers OT!
Driving around with the Pete Yeats full of S&G chocolate flake.
Skiff in a MM Ozark
RRR in a Big Ben, and of course CH in a DGE cob
The thermometer reads 34 degrees F right now and I am about go sit on the porch.....or maybe the garage would be more bearable. Anyhow, this morning it's GLP Blackpoint in a Cob. Coffee to warm my insides. Good day, Folks!