Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jul 1, 2012.
Morning all! DGTing some Mick McQuaid
in a Falcon.
swra in my cob and folgers in my cup
might be good morning for an early therapy session out in workshop
if i tinker around long enough i might find another pipe in that dust pile.
Sterling Vermont Maple in a comoy canadian
I was a little greedy this morning. I smoked Scottish Mixture with my coffee. Now I'm smoking Bob's Square Cut. All before breakfast.
You gotta love Saturdays.
heading out on the lake for the day, think I am going to bring a bowl of Red Ribbon in a cob for when we stop for breaks...should be a good day
Essence of Vermont in MM Legend. 16C(61F)H91% Finally a little breeze coming on.
Good morning. Stonehaven in the meer, black coffee to start the day.
EMP in a MM Country Gent
CH in a Dr.G White Viscount...
Tewksbury & Co. Nosferatu in a Brebbia meer-lined Ebonite churchwarden...
Ambassador’s Blend (my new favorite everyday blend) in a Grabow Royal Duke. Man, that perique is still dancing around my tongue!
Still experimenting with adding a varying amounts of Ramback Gold and some bulk Turkish tobacco to Uhle's #00 Burley. It is making for a good smoke but I'm still trying to tweak it.
Coffee/EMP/Yanik oom paul.
Joseph [ 5 ] and I are gonna gather downed branches today . Filling the Whitehall bent w/ MB Latakia for the job ... nice easy day ... 77 degrees and the wind blowin
That sounds like a good combo my friend!
Morning experimentation....I like it!
I have smoked and spoke enough cobs for a while, now it's time to enjoy some McClelland Blackwoods Flake in a DrG Dublin.
I'm with ya cobbs.. My Dr.G's are also calling for some tobacco..
Painter Hills in a MM Legend. 18C(64F)H83%. Painter Hills and final coat of paint on the room that I did the one coat on a week or so ago.
Something in that sentence probably makes sense to someone, darned if I know who.
First post on this topic in a few months, mostly because I haven't been smoking much. But I'm going out tonight and part of the getting ready process includes loading up my MacAurthur with some Dunhill Flake