Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Dec 1, 2012.
It needs to go on a diet.
My thought is that this pipe is one of the most awesome things I have ever seen! I love it!
Pirate Kake in my Darkly clay.
Penzance in a Stanwell billiard.
That Sir, is what we call curvaceous!
Honestly, some people
My after dinner dessert was Butternut Burley in a 1979 MM cob. Now, I'm half way through a bowl of Full Virginia Flake in a smooth straight grain three quarter bend 1979 Becker M 4 heart pipe.
HH ODF, dried, folded and stuffed in a no-name billiard with a wider bowl. This worked.
Had several smokes today but at the moment it's McClelland Syrian full Balkan in a Weber Zulu
FVF in a Huge, Smooth Hardcastle
2 hours of bliss ahead.
FVF in the GBD New Era. Muddler keeps raving about this combo, so I had to try it. He's right.
Well, I suppose I may not go out for another smoke today, but I have had some good ones! So for now, wintergreen General in my lip. But I'm airing out a little Scottish Cake to start the day tomorrow
Wessex Brigade Campaign in a Cellini Slightly Bent Billiard with Earl Grey tea.
PS LTF in a Dr. Grabow Silver Duke pot.
Earlier tried scotty's butternut burley in a cob. Now its 5100 in a different cob. This stuff does smell like ketchup in the jar.
Had a couple bowls earlier today - first some Newminster Sup Round Slices in my huge paneled billiard (?) Viprati, then followed that with a much smaller bowl of Stokkebye LTF in my Dunhill root briar PO.
Still, I don't see ANY metal
on that pipe. None.
Solani Aged Burley Flake in my Country Gent w/Forever stem. Folded and stuffed of course...
Troost Aro in a vauen.
Its a a cold rain tonight, but that means a quiet neighborhood. So I went out for a walk with an MM Legend filled with PS Cube Cut. One match took care of it all, and it felt good to be out by myself for a while.
Be well PSF!
Almost done with Dorchester in a 2002 medium bend paneled sandbasted Rinaldo Egea Megas 04. It's a really big pipe! Next is the current Three Nuns tinned version in a late '70s straight grain Savinelli Autograph 6 sitter with a cumberland stem.