What are you smoking? December 2013

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  1. FlatbushPaul

    FlatbushPaul Cellar is located in an undisclosed bunker

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    I'm having my last smoke of the night. McClelland's Boston 1776 in a Sav Opera Billiard with English Breakfast tea.
     
  2. Eric Pierson

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    Ok, reading mentors paragraph of melange just made me crave some davidoff Danish mixture. So I just cracked the old tin of it I have. I was planning on doing it soon anyway for some hate mail to someone who I think will love it. It has been awhile since I smoked this one and it still tastes great in my grabow freehand.
     
  3. JWG25

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    I agree. The first couple of bowls that I smoked through my Ozark Hardwood were a bit harsh due to the staining on the inside of the bowl. As MentorBV said, it becomes a very fine smoker once you get a base layer of cake on the inside of the chamber.
     
  4. JimInks

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    Taking a very short work break to feed Suzy and Molly, and refill my glass of ice water. I'm almost finished smoking MacBaren Halberg Green in a straight 1979 MM Legend. Deciding on my next smoke.
     
  5. aggman

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    Thought you were hitting the rack?
     
  6. moosecop

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    I hope to God you stuffed the potatoe this time in the front of your speedos.. If I remember right, 46 years ago you wore it in the behind and everyone ran away.. So how did it go...
     
  7. aggman

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    Got a big ol' bowl of Gatlinburlier's Cade's Cove Cavendish in my Carey Magic Inch Freehand.
     
  8. rondel65

    rondel65 Misplaces Lighters

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    Smoking a late bowl of Scottish Cake in a Pete Bulldog with some unsweetened tea. First pipe of the day and I'm really tired but this bowl is medicine to me right now. Good night y'all!
     
  9. Stonewall

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    McClelland Christmas Cheer 2012 in an IMP Meer.
     
  10. aggman

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    Flatbush - - I love your Einstein quote!
     
  11. Eric Pierson

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    :laff::laff::xd:
     
  12. Ephraim

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    My mouth wont be too happy in the morning, but I'm continuing to break-in my new MM pipes... and there are quite a lot of them :)
    Just packed some Prince Albert into a new MM Washington...last smoke of the evening.
    Good night guys :puffy:
     
  13. Eric Pierson

    Eric Pierson Resident Giant

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    I'm easily distracted.
     
  14. JimInks

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    Now smoking Royal Yacht in a 1982 smooth straight Dunhill Root Briar 31051. Going back to work, and listen to more of Bill O'Reilly's audio book Killing Kennedy.
     
  15. UncleVint

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    Some SWR in my old Marxman straight pot
     
  16. ZeissMan

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    PB and pickle relish is my favorite - and I cannot get anyone to give it a try. Oh well, all the more PB&PR for me.
    ~ ZM
     
  17. UncleVint

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    Sweet pickle relish or dill pickle relish?
     
  18. ZeissMan

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    I was ambushed while getting the primus out of the shed :blah: Shopping :(
    but it turned out OK as we went to Settle N. York's via the scenic back roads about 20 miles
    to the Booths supermarket who have a garden area with a view of Penyghent
    while Mrs Wicker went shopping the Bear set up the Bistro
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    with an old Samuel Heath and Sons Birmingham Primus
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    I had to rescue the Bear who was getting too hot :shead:by the stove
    I was smoking Teddy's York-Shire Tobacco in the Butz Choqin Briar Calabash
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    Mrs Wicker landed back just in time to take the photo :th1:
    as I went off to check my watch
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    the water boiled and the Bear made Lavazza in the French Press
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    which went down well as any where with a North or North West aspect was still white with frost.
    I don't bother taking the Primus down as I've found a tin which it fits along with the priming meths
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    if I'd gone into the hills it would have been the Optimus 98, the billy carries a back up meths burner
    stand, windshield and simmer snuff top along with grips, tongs, olive oil and a nutmeg and grater
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    we called in at Settle Coal and bought a few more sacks of solid fuel for the house stove on the way back
    bring on the snow as there's over a ton in the bunker now for the house
    hot water and central heating off the front room stove
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    Love your stove and tin set up, especially the old primus. I am still using old Optimus 8R in the blue folding box.
    ~ ZM
     
  19. ZeissMan

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    That would be sweet relish for me.
    ~ ZM
     
  20. aggman

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    I know that feeling - sometimes I .... SQUIRREL.
     
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