What Are You Smoking? May, 2013

Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, May 1, 2013.

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  1. Ephraim

    Ephraim Active Member

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    I just bookmarked Rekamepip's site. Great looking pipes :)

    Smoking some SWRA in a MM Pride as the rain continues to pour...:puffy:
     
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  2. ruffinogoldswife

    ruffinogoldswife The Mayor's Wife

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    Be sure to check out his estate pipes as well, some great deals. I just bought a gorgeous Jobey CW from him and I love it!:D
     
  3. Lucky Duck

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    :booty:
     
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  4. Ephraim

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    Will do :)
     
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  5. YAPPG

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    Kendal Kentucky in an old Medico apple. More Lemonade in a tall frosted mug.
     
  6. Ephraim

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    Just realized I've been puffing rather absentmindedly and aggressive on the SWRA, yet my mouth is fine :) I never thought I'd enjoy an aromatic as much as I do Sir Walter A. Very gentle on the tongue.
    Sounds like an advertisement doesn't it?
     
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  7. Lithua pipe

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    Irish flake in a Neerup Classic 3 bent
     
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  8. dBear

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    Yep.
     
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  9. dBear

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    Nice comeback, Thuber


    ...FOR A GIRL!
     
  10. MDaws79

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    The air is perfect outside, so instead of watching Game of Thrones(which is an amazing show) I am going to fill another bowl of LNF in the Kaywoodie POY and go have a smoke on the back patio.
     
  11. psquared

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

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    Evening gents. Knocked off 5 pastures tonight while consuming some Stonehaven in the Jost (remains) and a fat bowl of Irish Oak in the Pete thanks to a generous trade with CarlBC :toast:
     
  12. Thuber88

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    It's sure one way to save money dating yourself, and there are no questions about ......oh never mind:shead:
     
  13. dBear

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    Now back to Black Lung, this time in the Crowley's Ridge Rekamepip Red Rock.[​IMG]
     
  14. dBear

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    I'm glad you got that one, Mrs. Mayor. Beautiful pipe - I was eyeing it myself. And it's really long too, right?
     
  15. krusty

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    Crowley's Ridge? Story?
     
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    Dinner is done, dishes cleaned, mrsrekamepip is watching Dr Phil

    and i am enjoying my new PSF pipe of the Year !

    tastes like frog legs mr morton on the bayou

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  17. Lucky Duck

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    Brebbia No.9 in a silver banded briar straight pot ;), that is the envy of another brother of mine member who shall remain nameless. Maybe that's what makes this pipe so special to me. Anyway, I'm having a bottle of Bundaberg Ginger Beer, waiting for the Cardinals pregame show to start. Good evening everyone!
     
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  18. user3221

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    Crowley's Ridge

    A couple years before our People were so kindly moved from the Blue Ridge Mountain Area of North Carolina in 1836
    My GrandParents Settled the Area Of Arkansas right on the CROWLEY'S RIDGE

    Known for the vast area's of Cane Breaks where large fields of the large unforgiving grassland produces tall cane, almost like bamboo grass this was the choice of media to make tobacco pipestems in that area

    .........................................

    Staying true to my heritage



    I present to you the

    "CROWLEY'S RIDGE" PIPESTONE TOBACCO PIPE

    My Grandmother smoked a pipe similar to this

    A small hand held RED PIPESTONE PIPE with a Simple but effective River Reed Stem

    Nothing spectacular in as far as the looks but yet very nice smoking tobacco pipe

    If You ever have smoked a LongStem Pipe you know that these are the BEST !!!!

    [​IMG]
     
  19. krusty

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    And now I know the rest of the story. Thanks!
     
  20. ruffinogoldswife

    ruffinogoldswife The Mayor's Wife

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    It's probably about 10 inches long, the Jobey is 12 or 13. I've never smoked Churchwardens before, so this is really cool for me. :D
     
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