Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by sillyoldbear, Dec 31, 2013.
Enjoying Frog Morton Cellar & a Ketel One martini after two great games of football.
Listing this early so I can concentrate on work for a while: Virginia Spice in a 1979 brown grain etched Lane Era Charatan's Make medium bend double comfort stem calabash shape 483DC.
I'll trade you forecasts::
Definitely the last one. Lol
Are your windows as dingy as mine yet. Lol.
I hit reply instead of like.
Oh yeah, an barely see out of them.
I have no desire to do that to my garage. I really don't mind smoking in my truck. It is cozy and i am quite comfortable. My truck is like a redneck limousine. It has the full cab and an 8 foot bed. I actually don't even have the seat all the way back. The view is a lot better than my messy garage. But by all means start a collection, I could use a new pipe, then I can I can tell the truth to my wife that the pipe was a gift. Lol.
Where sis you get those floaty things, Wally World?
Still trying to catch up - you're like a bunch of chimneys - packing the La Rocca with Walnut (bulk from local B&M) for it's first smoke since I restored it.
This is what this pipe looked like when I bought it - still half full of tobacco and so gummed up that the stem wouldn't fit in the shank:
Yes, it's becoming one of my favorites. I'm still on my first tin, and I have one more in my cellar. However, I'm afraid I'll be a bit spoiled when I get through these 2, because they are both from 2007. I found them at my local tobacconist, and it was the last 2 he had from a huge supply he had from a bulk purchase from C&D back in '07. I'll be curious to compare them to a more recent year. BTW welcome aboard!
Wow, what a difference. Good job, it looks new!
ODF in a Skovgaard elephant's foot, sippin' on some Knob Creek.
That has terrific ring grain. I am a big fan of deep ring grain. Very nice looking pipe.
Thanks. I had some briar fox a few days ago. Love the flavor.
Half & Half in a Lark. Water with lime to drink.
Earlier I had Compton's Reserve 21 in a Comoy's Slightly Bent Royal Coachman Billiard with ice tea. Now it's my go-to smoke, P &W Nut Brown Burley in a no name meer Billiard. More ice tea to go with it.
What a pipe!
Actually, most of our floaty li'l icebergs are derived from the big one struck by the Titanic. The rest are imported from an undisclosed location at the Arctic Circle. You should see the size of the refrigeration unit that stores them. It's almost as wide as Flatbush Paul's pants on a flagpole!