Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Feb 1, 2013.
I've just recovered from yesterday.
A possitive attitude is very important in your situation. I can tell; you're going to be just fine.
Meanwhile here where there is no snow, Half and Half in a Sav. More coffee.
Theres only two things could make that photo better :
1. If the dog on the pipe holder had one leg up
2.If that picture was taken at my house , cause then I'd be letting you borrow that pipe , in which case you'd give it back without the condom thing on it
My nose is hosed ... I cant smoke . Then I see this picture ! I should log off now before I get more depressed
Speaking of Ol' Brokedik, has anyone heard from him lately?
Last I heard , he was hanging out with the Swedish Ski Bunny team .... I hope he'll be ok
I hope he's still wearing that t-shirt that says "I ain't dead yet....."
Man, that Semois smoked fast. I'm on to Orlik Dark Kentucky Flake in a MM Spool. Same benefactor.
As the afternoon wore on, I decided to give Pete's Sherlock Holmes a second try, only this time in a cob. Smoked better and I actually detected a taste! Now, my after dinner pipe is a briar with London Mixture.
Kentucky nougat wi' Latakia in a sav.
Back to Scotland Sunday, Loving Lanzarote and looking at the stars.
(Guess who bought a cheap tablet)
This time I remembered to dry out the flake precisely as I like it: mid-way between moist and dry. St. James Flake in a 2002 full bend egg shaped meer.
First pipe of the day - Early Morning Pipe in my new to me Comoy's 1983 Christmas
Winding down after work with Magnum Opus in a Vauen 3568 Bent Bulldog.
Just opened a new tin of FM OTB loaded up the Peterson and away I go.
GL Pease Quiet Nights in a Rhodesian, large cup of tea.
PS LNF in briar.
Currently enjoying a bowl of P.S. Balkan Supreme in a bent Comoy my wife bought me a few years ago.
Jack Teagarden booming in the background
Marker's Vanilla Blend in a DGE Gentleman Lovat.
Larry's Blend in a Neerup on this soggy Friday evening. I love when you forget about a blend for awhile and then go back to it and find that you still love it just as much as before. Just about dinner time for me.
Green Hills in my other DGE briar nosewarmer. This new guy smokes every bit as good as my other DGE.
Butera's Royal Vintage Sweet Cavendish in my Prieto brandy! Taking awhile to break that sucker in, but hey, that's half that fun!