What Are You Smoking? July, 2013?

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  1. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    I'm finally back home and can smoke!!! Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter. A bottle of Sprite is my drink on another hot and humid day. Tonight is the All Star Game. I'll be watching/listening!
     
  2. PipeSimmo

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  3. ruffinogoldswife

    ruffinogoldswife The Mayor's Wife

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    Sign her up here and have her PM me. I can show her my pipes so she can see some girly pipes.:D
     
  4. Tony Bybee

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    Mark Twain in dr grabow grand duke. Honey brown lager on the side. Sound like to much sweetness but goes good together
     
  5. Old Codger

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    1792 in an anonymous small bent meerschaum. Iced coffee. 22C(72F)H39% Nice breeze off the rocks.
     
  6. psquared

    psquared DGErwin, my horse would like a word with you...

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    Well now, time for a smoke. How about some 10 Russians in the Sav 316 EX. :toast: Mr. Berg. Gotta go mow pastures.
     
  7. user3221

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    I had my fill of Black Belt theater for a good while........
    now out to garage to practice my technique :xd:


    Hot Black Coffee and a bowl of Granger
    ( is probably a little safer at my age )
     
  8. DMiddleton

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    SG Commonwealth in my Peterson Ebony 303. high nicotine content is kicking my butt to be honest and i like lots of nicotine.
     
  9. Tony Bybee

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    finished the mark twain and moved right into some Half & Half. the new one by lane in a cob. gotta say i like it . never had the old one, but this one is very pleasant. grabbed on impulse as inwas getting more CH. glad i did:)
     
  10. JimInks

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    Getting in a pre-dinner smoke, which is Dunhill Deluxe Navy Rolls in a slight bend 1968 group 4S Dunhill Shell 475 cherrywood. Baseball is on the way! Dinner will be late, but I don't mind. M'lady's cooking is worth waiting for.
     
  11. Wicker Man

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    gone midnight spent the last 1/2 hour in the garden with a Rekamepip Black Stone Cob of Gawith and Hoggarth's Black Cherry and Cherry and Vanilla mix,
    and a wee dram of Grant's, all the Rain Holes Stars were out and there were a couple of Owls calling
    Life is Good at Wicker Villas :)
    Good night All
     
  12. user3221

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    Save a plate for me ! - be there in a few
     
  13. MDaws79

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    I think I have waited long enough. I'm having a Rock cob full of LNF!
     
  14. Huby Springer

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    Middletons Cherry in my Savinelli 320 Sistina
     
  15. mecompco

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    Had a nice trip to the coast--darned hot, though--didn't see one thermometer under 90. Smoked 4 or 5 bowls of CH in the little WDC Wellington while driving. Home now, having a bowl of Walnut (is there any other OTC blend with Lat in it?) in the no-name mere billiard. Having a few Batch 19 Lagers out of the freezer--very refreshing.
     
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  16. BradNTX

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    Smoked the last full bowl in my last tin of Escudo- excellent, but sad that it is gone. My little Nate King nosewarmer poker performed flawlessly as well.

    Tomorrow will be Escudo dust, mixed with Peter Heinrich's Special Curly remains, to make a full bowl. Wish me luck. :bing:
     
  17. fishnbanjo

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    Well what may conceivably be the last pipe today was P&W No. 010 in the Charlie Brown Cob, we'll see if Finding Nouf stimulated me to sneak out for half a bowl before the sheets take over, if so see you in 3 or so, if not see you in 3 or so. ;)
     
  18. User4408

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    Go for it, MDaws! My wife recently had a serious tooth issue at the dentist, but was back up and running after the pain killer wore off. I wish I was that lucky.

    But I'm lucky enough to be enjoying a bowl of LTF in a Bjarne Viking ... one crumbled slice fits perfectly into this bowl. Prep is a cinch.

    By the way, all of you who rave about the new STG version of Half & Half: how do I go about ordering it, making sure I don't get the old version instead?
     
  19. dBear

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    Finishing an after work bowl of Ebony (thanks, YAPPG!) in the Crowley's Ridge red rock pipe by Rekamepip. The nose on this tobacco is a real delight. :snork:
     
  20. dwaugh

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    My first bowl of Strang, thanks to psquared, in a funny looking Guildhall that I would call a poker but jpberg says isn't. While thinking about what a good actor Alan Alda is.
     
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