Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Mar 1, 2013.
Trout Stream covering up some Honey Meade, generic cola. Back to work.
Cut a wax fire log in half and loaded the stainless steel cutlery drainer in the front garden, put the Aluminised shiny coated camping mats on the benches, brought the Guinness, tankard, pipe and tobacco, Bear and Fly out and it started to rain packed it all back inside and settled in by the front room stove
the Fly had a reccy
started to load the Keswick Tomatoe briar
the Fly snatched the Tobacco Biscuite Cookie and was in the Lambs wool Moccasin in a flash
I poured the Guinness and the Bear snaffled that
Which left me with the Keswick pipe of
A normal afternoon at the Petting Zoo Mad House Wicker Villas
Think I'll follow suit.
Condor Long Cut in a Falcon.
Probably one of my Bantams
with a pot bowl.
Snake, do you already have one of these? If you don't, you need one...
Cool! thanks for the post, JR.
However, the seller is a bit
confused. That's actually
No this is a Cobra and will give you a perfect "char light"
Frog Morton on The Town in my Sas custom apple.
Now off to work
First pipe of the day right in the middle of the afternoon -- Esoterica Brighton in my chubby GBD rhodesian (9438)
McC Wilderness in the Medico Apple. The syrian is ok, but i'm not getting the "walk thru the woods" notes. Bout time to head back to GLP I think. Need to try Westminster.
Smoking some Peter Heinrichs Special Curly from 2001 in a Tsuge bent bulldog. Simply outstanding. Thanks Rewster.
True, that. Not including a
'char' everything else.
You will like that Westminster sir!
Is that DWaugh piloting that thing? And where's the cob?
No ! this is dwaugh's
4 minutes not bad
Afternoon all's. Escudo in a Moretti nose warmer.
Painter Hills (thanks MikeinMaine) in a 1990 smooth Irish Second (Peterson) Oom Paul.
Getting ready for the ride home and I am loading the Squatch Dublin with FVF. I'l have some ice tea for the ride too.
SouthBound's blind review sample number two in a billiard.
You can read my attempt to review sample number one here.
GLP Telegraph Hill in a Spillcob. 26C(78F)H18%