What Are You Smoking? March, 2013

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  1. jpberg

    jpberg Moderator Moderator

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    Mister, you'd better have that lane cleared before Momma gets home or you'll have hell to pay.
     
  2. Brit abroad

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    Oh its done my friend, I was actually chuckling to myself thinking about your post about removing your plough!
     
  3. Albert

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    PS LNF in a pete bulldog....
     
  4. user3221

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    Time to mix things up a bit

    H&H Frenchy's Sunzabitches
    in an old pipe, that i still don't what brand of pipe it is

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  5. JimInks

    JimInks Well-Known Member

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    The next to last bowl of this stash of Haunted Bookshop in a 1980 black rusticated rough top Jobey E27 Stromboli extra egg-shaped poker. And a 7-Up.
     
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  6. YAPPG

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  7. Old Codger

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    Peterson Summertime 2011 in an anonymous bent meerschaum. Enough coffee for this morning, time for some Meyer Lemon tea.
    -5C(23F)H62% Up 10C since sun up.
     
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  8. YAPPG

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    PS LTF in a MM. Trying this in a bunch of pipes today. More Tetley. Recon I'll be sleeping in the TP tonight. :sh:
     
  9. BradNTX

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    C&D Briar Fox in a Rad Davis hickory nut.
     
  10. Spillproof

    Spillproof Mostly Harmless Moderator

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    Condor in a Falcon. Yep, you read that right.
    Carry on.
     
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  11. p120d16y

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    I'll take a closer one and post it for you. It's a Leonessa Briosa, made in Italy.
     
  12. BigJ

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    Stonehaven in a Pete system 306.
     
  13. psquared

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

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    Savinelli 316 EX Lucite Sherwood Rock Briar
     
  14. Brit abroad

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    We'll make a Yorkshireman out of you before you know it Spill!
     
  15. dBear

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    You gotta love those big ol' EX pipes!
     
  16. Basil Meadows

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    Every time I see this pic, I think "How the Hell did he get my pipe?!?!". LoL
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    Finishing my second bowl of Frog Morton's Cellar in the Dr Grabow Starfire Author, and the last of the Maxwell House.
     
  17. Jfro

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    Finished up the EMP I had started this morning. I think this may be the new morning drive in ritual. It's a darn fine blend and a half a bowl in the MM is almost the perfect timed smoke. Though a whole bowl with a lunch finish wouldn't be bad either.
     
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  18. Mount Mandolin

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    Smoking some Old Gowrie in the Northern Briars banker. This has been sitting in a jar since January 2012, and holy cow has it transformed into something spectacular. I was totally nonplussed when I opened the tin, thinking, "Man, this is one bland VA," but now it's just tremendous. Very thick, chewy smoke, with a slightly sweet, bready, toasty flavor. Just phenomenal.

    60˚F (16˚C), 26% RH, and sunny with blue skies. Gorgeous day. There's a "red flag warning" out for central AL, meaning that a very dry airmass has settled into place, and there's a nice 15 mph north wind. This is about as nice as Spring weather gets.
     
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  19. Spillproof

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    Check out Redmanol. Stamping doesn't quite match, but it's a leaping off point.
    http://pipephil.eu/logos/en/logo-r3.html#redmanol
     
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  20. Albert

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    I traded for some 10year old OG and it is amazing. I've never had it fresh... but from the sounds of it i need to get a few more cans sleeping on my shelf..
     
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