Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jul 1, 2013.
Newminster Navy Flake in the cob tonight
Motzek Strang (courtesy of jp) in an Omega.
Sitting outside on an excellent summer night with some MacBaren Virginia No.1 and the Savinelli 320 Sistina
Alas, poor Thuber. We knew ye well, though maybe not wisely.
Who'll help me dig his grave?
The Saint James Flake has dried out enough now, so while I wait for dinner, it's St. James Flake in a small slight bend black sandblast 2000 D.R. Ardor Urano Ninfea Fatta A Mano author with a silver spigot military bit.
Thanks to YAPPG, I'm smoking Peretti's #500 in an MM Spool cob.
The Strang tide rolls on!
Do I get to use a backhoe?
English Luxus in a handmade Edwards.
Upon further thought, shouldn't we just wrap him in the spinnaker and toss him overboard?
I think I will join you with some of that 500 and put it in a cob. I gently added a little moisture to mine and it was what it needed. Lots better smoke, now. Like a mild cigar. Sipping on some ice cold lemonade as well.
Last night was Escudo in my Sav Dub, and enjoying a great bowl of Squadron Leader right now in my Leonessa rusty apple.
Oh Now - - you can't just up and toss him overboard
( 1st you got to fill his pockets with the EGR Blend that i sent to MrInks )
Gernain Brown Flake (I don't I get this tobacco) in a Comoy OomPaul.
My wife took the kid to a concert in Cleveland and left me unsupervised.
That's not going to be a problem now is it
It's been a tough evening. Kendal Dark in the Winslow. Earlier, in the Savinelli prince.
Stonehaven in a MM Country Gent. Ice cold glass of Arnold Palmer.
Finally, its 9pm and only 80 degrees.
The St. Bernard perhaps?
Perfect night out for a smoke. Seems like a lot of us are having great weather tonight.
I should have smoked Strang, but I didn't see that it was a strang night until I had already loaded the 2013 PSF POY with G.L. Pease Triple Play (Finely diced).
Tomorrow night shall be a Strang night for me.
In other news, I got only ever so slightly better at playing the guitar today.