Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.
That thing is too cool. I'm going to end up with a whole shelf full of nothing but your pipes.
Classic Burley Cake in a L'Anatra cherrywood. First time with this blend. Very nice. Molasses, I think?
Cool eve today. And going to get cooler. Nice night for a Lat. I may actually take this one for a walk.
And 80 tomorrow and Wed, or worse for Wed, 30 tonight, wheeee
BTW--First faculty meeting with the hearing aids today. Didn't ask any of my colleagues to repeat themselves. Not once.
The HATE on this board is a sight to behold.
Maybe softee bit it, I just sort of dangle them from my lip, Petey Green is a little heavy for that though, so its a chair or relax pipe
Now smoking FVF in an early '70s pebble relief Savinelli 315 Prince. It's a beautiful day here.
Happy that worked out for you, the hate on this forum is a sight to behold, or is that music to your ears?
The latter. You are correct, sir.
PS Cube Cut in a Peterson Cara billiard. Just got my hands on 4 ounces of this as I thought it was a blend I had tried previously and enjoyed. Must have been a different blend I had before. This stuff is good though. A little temperamental, but when it's burning it's worth the fuss.
Alright you win I'll call you Maestro , sheesh some people.
Got my new to me Parker 140 (black bark) in today and packed it with my the Five Carter Bro's
Love this pipe already!
Next up on the table is
Plum and Anniversary Cake Kake ( Thanks Banjo ! )
I Meticulously hand layered each flake into the chamber to ensure that angels will sing!
I will let it set in pipe for about 45 minutes while i go mow my yard !
in me new Walnut Volcano
I thought there were 2 Carter Brother's Jimmy and the famous one
The other 3 we try not to talk about, but they do play some wicked banjo's!!
Well, my first ever attempt of mudding a pipe seems to have worked. I babied it by smoking it slower than normal and 4 relights over the course of the day, I let it go out. This is not a very expensive pipe but the problem was I was trying too hard when first getting it to break in thinking it was like one of my older ones. We'll keep feeding it and smoking it with judicious slowness until it will finally need to be reamed when I can take it down knowing to stop well before the bowl diameter. Feel's good, not up to doing an expensive one that may need it at some point but pretty satisfying to say the least.
Sugar barrel in a MM.
Oh, look, a pipe!
Afternoon was spent out in the shed with SWR in a MM DIP.
A very well deserved, if I may say so, bowl of Odyssey in a Peterson X220 with copius amounts of Tetley Tea, good evening and happy smoking Gentlemen.