Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jul 1, 2012.
Some well aged McC. Navy Cavendish from '99 in my Altinok Ornamented Pear with some fresh ice tea.
Dark Flake in the Oscar Dry dublin.
PA in my Mr. Brog Old Army #51
I started with a big bowl of Newminster Sup Navy Flake in my Baglan claw and then had a small bowl of SG 1792 in my Pete Killarny 80s Ebony
Just cracked a fresh tin of Squadron Leader. I'll just attach the tin to my face for an hour!
FVF in a Castleford Dublin
Mick McQuaid square cut in a Falcon.
Looks like rain, so hopefully it'll cool
down by tomorrow.
C&D Evening Rise in Dr.G Omega, temp 78F, h54%, wind 1mph.... Patchy clouds, Low 60'sF
Gonna hit the lake for some crappie, bass, or maybe even a musky will show itself..
FVF in an improved cylinder MM Egg.
5 hours of drying time ...... just right. This pipe is a-rockin'.
OGS in a massive London made billiard
Some of this:
Chased with one of these:
Makes me feel like crowing at bedtime instead of at sunrise.
MacBaren Navy flake purchased in December of 2010 in an Ascorti Business Dublin. Sitting outside listening to the county fair tractor pull from about half a mile away. Those engines make some noise!
Interesting the things you learn about different places on PSF. In western Canada we don't braid nose hair, we trim it.
Now it's some CH in a
KW drinkless. Yes, I kick
It 'old school' sometimes.
Looking at Rewster's photo of Escudo. Just looks so darned inviting when you open up the tin, although I don't play eeenie meanie minie mo with them to decide which piece to smoke.
Escudo in a Peterson Canadian. 24C(75F)H73%. A good rain sure would be nice.
I have not had one of those in years
finishing up the day with a bit of cake in my old cherry pipe
Just popped open a tin of Frog Morton ATP from 2004. Nice, but age didn't play out as I thought it would.
Taking a break from reaming the living daylights out of an estate Kaywoodie which came in the mail today to enjoy my last smoke of the evening. Robert McConnel's fine Scottish Cake, in the Signature billiard
Coconut La Croix on the side
Peterson's De Luxe Mixture, is a Peterson Rusticated Calabash