Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jan 1, 2013.
Frog Morton, in a blasted Canadian.
You never got the pair I sent?
Sutliff #5 in an Ehrlich.
Stump, you sent me your exes, not your axes. Put your spectacles on.
Silver Flake in a Savinelli poker
Did you buy it or was it some kind of message?
Bill collectors are getting more predatory these days.... I thought there were anti-harrasment laws that prevented that kind of thing.
It was a gift, I don't want to name my benefactor, as he shuns the limelight as a rule. Being a faithful follower of Emily Post, he thought it only good etiquette to send a gift of thanks after his too brief stay at my home.
Peter Heinrich's Dark Strong in a Brebbia Jumbo Billiard with black coffee.
CH in a DGE clipped dip.
Smokers Pride Cherry Cav in my shop pipe with coffee, lots and lots of coffee.
Afternoon all. Cold, but sunny in the shire.
Night Train in a Falcon / Cob bowl.
CH in a DGE cob, Now Irish Flake in a Pete Claddagh
Velvet in a 81 Berwyck/coffee.
Prince Albert in an Ashton with much coffee...
Missed smoking my Hot Choc tobacco last night, as it was my dog Teddi's first birthday. When I smoke it, she walks over to me and gives me an Elvis type sneer! But this morning, with a cover of ice and 19-degree temps, I'll smoke whatever my wife allows! So after EMP, I'll head back outside for more ice removal. Then back inside to continue breaking in my new pipe with CH. I'll still put off the HH until tonight.
Kendal Plug in a Patriot. Golden Retriever hair on the hat was a bonus.
Last night I had a bowl of 10+ year old Old Gowrie ( or Really Old Gowrie) It was excellent! What a great blend. It sort of Reminded me of what MAcB Scottish Blend is trying to be but without using any toppings. This morning, Dorchester in a Spillcob. Im really loving Dorchester. Sometimes the perique really stands out and gives a spicy smoke and sometimes it lays back and you get a sweet virginia smoke. I like being surprised with which one I get.
PA in an ol' Weber rusticated apple.
Glad to here you got your axe Jon, would you bring it with you the next time you come round, I would love to see it, and if you want I have a few trees you can have a go at without you having to cut down any of yours!
Starting off the day with a new to me blend (thanks Ruffinogold), J. Fox Sheans Blend in a straight 1979 MM Legend.