Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Jun 1, 2013.
Looks like Andrea is gonna
hit Gainesville. Better wear
your waders, WS! Gonna
be a wet one tomorrow
Yea, I'm definitely off the Harley for a few days. I rode home from work last night, and the boss lady had me dump my boots out at the door. Hope y'all stay dry down there!
What, no suspenders?...
MMMMMM Betty Page. After dinner, befor dinner, whenever. She was something to behold!
Having the second to last bowl of AJ's VaPer in my Leonessa Briosa rusticated apple. That shirt is badass.
A few good sips of Old Grand Dad's Bonded 100.
(Guess I forgot I already had a few PBR's as well)
AJ's VaPer is perfect just very slowly sipped...mmmm
Looks very dark. I don't know how much of the dark tobacco in there is Perique, but that's a strong looking tobacco. Bet it's good. I like Peter Heinrich's Special Curly, but that's the only one of his that I've ever had. PH stuff is a bit hard to find here.
time to call it a day
keep a fire burning because we are out of matches
Evening PSF. I have been dying for a quiet bowl of GH Brown Flake Scented and tonight I made the time. After a few days absence it's a sirens song. Smoking it in the BST slightly bent apple - it's never been cooler, and/or after 2 plus years I may have finally figured out how to slow down enough.
Watching the 1969 Battle of Britain - I know that in fact Hurricanes did a lot of the work and did not get much credit, but those Spitfires sure are pretty!
Listening to Vin and the Dodgers, working, and thanks to FishnBanjo, smoking HU Director's Cut in a smooth 1976 Canadian GBD Seventy Six 256. I'm not to going to post much, if anything the next few days. My work load isn't likely to allow me any spare time until it's all done. Mr. Wooly has planned a rigorous schedule, but the Saint Bernard did promise to open the whiskey cabinet when all this is done. The young nubiles will do their part to help keep things rollin' along. Being typical kittens, Suzy and Molly will eat, sleep, wrestle, and repeat often, but as I'll be busy with work , they're sure to insist on total attention when I can give it to them - and you can be sure they'll demand plenty of it.
Before I sign off, the Saint Bernard wants to share his own thoughts on the matter: "Woof!"
He always was a dog of few words.
Just got back in town from a business trip. FVF in a Sav bulldog.
Overslept, no coffee, no pipe....worked late....no fun.... now lighting a Falcon loaded with ODF and a glass loaded with iced tea. Set two alarms to make sure I don't oversleep. No coffee, no pipe before work= bad day
Sav full of Squadron Leader tonight.
ASM language, GCC debugger, and whiskey, with LNF.
Nas Ne Dogonyat.
Cob plug in a nice lil' ol' Wally Frank Red Root smooth apple with a MacAlpine highball, watchin' the sun set over the mountains.
In the interest of laundromats everywhere, I have to ask: Does the phrase "It's stinky so it must be good" apply to t-shirts as well as tobacco?
Smoking Trout Stream in the GBD Tanzania meer.
Uhm - she spelled Latakia wrong
Cambridge Flake in an old Medico Apple. Still drinking lemonade.
I just got home from the Downtown Toronto Pipe Club June meetup. It was a good night with lots of fun and we had a good time. I got to see one of the Ferndown pipes carved by Les Woods and blasted by Mike Parks (http://www.pipes2smoke.com/Ferndown/LW_18.htm). Mike was also there (cool guy) and some of his pipes are just amazing...talk about fanning the PAD flames!
I tried six different bowls of good tobaccos and had a few pints of Guinness. All in all, a fine evening
Here's the list:
Mark Tinsky Blasted Bent Apple with SG Chocolate Flake
Dunhill Bruyere with Esoterica Pembroke 12 yr old
PSF Kaywoodie with Esoterica Penzance 2006
BST Horny Dublin with Comptons Commonwealth
BST Horny Dublin with Esoterica Dunbar
Dunhill Bruyere with McC Yenidje Supreme