Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Mar 1, 2013.
time for a in a clay
Second bowl - McC 5100 in my Kapet B32
Magnum Opus in a Heather Coleman clay.
Ten Russians stuffed in a 1941 Breezewood. Earl Grey this time.
I'm afraid you are right about that. That's why i keep putting off buying some. I already smoke a lot of very good blends like that and just know I will get hooked on it.
Packing up GH Dark Flake in a old Comoy bulldog for the ride to work...... see ya'll in a day or so
I'm a little bit sad about my first Tinsky, which failed to appear today. Looks like it's still stuck at the customs - as always with my packages. So, I'm going to smoke my second bowl for today - not in a Tinsky - I chose a Pete for now, filled with G.L. Pease Laurel Heights.
Some BBF is airing-out for later.
Breaking in my new Refbjerg with some Uhle's #00, my preferred break-in tobacco.
It looks so nice in the sunlight. Such a gorgeous day here.
ahh - changed my mind - smoking a Mini cob right now, loaded with McClellands#27...BBF still airing out
Edit: OUCH - my nose hair
Edit 2: somehow I missed my 1k messages milestone - so: WOOHOO! officially addicted now!
Some nightcap in an 80s.
Another round of Frenchy's Sunzabitches in that old pipe'
So i've been smokin off of a a phenol-formaldehyde resin
Well that explains why i always end up listening to the Ramones when smoking this pipe
I Like that pipe !
Just finished off a bowl of Kajun Kake in the Boswell Churchwarden.... while watching it snow even harder!
C&D Bayou Morning in a bent Stanwell Golden.
Night Train in a Radice Rhodesian.
GL Pease Kensington in a Falcon, with a little iced tea.
That Kensington bites like hell, got rid of that pretty darn rickity tick, now smoking Odyssey in same Falcon!
Gathering my thoughts while sitting back with Peter Stokkebye English Oriental Supreme in a BST Christmas pipe. I DGE'd this afternoon. Was in town at the little local bakery. The lady behind the counter knows me quite well and commented that it looked like I had been getting more snow out my way than they did in town. They've been hauling snow over for a snowmobile trail. I said that I've got at least six or seven inches if she wanted it. There's a large mirror on the wall behind the counter and I never knew how red I can get when embarrassed by half a dozen women making various responses to my comment. They're not shy in southern Alberta ranch country.
So who's mind was it that was in the gutter, not yours my friend!
Kaywoodie Campus filled with FVF.