Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Hamborger Veermaster in the Old Ted "Davehill"
A great bowl of FVF in a Pietenpauw billiard after a hectic weekend of family & friends. It feels good to relax with a pipe.
Morning tea with a Pete full of Frog Morton Cellar.
Coffee and Red Odessa in the estate bent JM sig.
IF in an apple while I put up the Christmas lights. I know it's early but it's unseasonably warm today.
Just finished up some 3 Oaks Syrian.
Put up my tree yesterday. So many commitments in the coming weeks I had to do it now. Have fun!
For my second morning pipe, I decided on H&H Beverwyck in the old H&B Cobb. A pleasant tobacco in a very easing smoking pipe. Oh, odd thing ... this 30+ year old cob is developing dalmatian spots now. I guess the previous owner didn't smoke it much.
Swra in a Scandia pipe.
I traded for some with a fellow in the UK and got another sample of the RR from a trade from a friend in the southern US. I've been really slow with smoking lately as I just don't have much time to myself between keeping the family happy and work. I don't mind too much though, family comes first
Today I'm enjoying some fresh Carter Hall in my original Lee Van Cleef pipe.
Telegraph Hill in a Caminetto.
A little light reading (last 10 pages of
this thread) whilst loading up some
BBF in my PSF POY.
I find that the cigar leaf actually mellows down the Penzance. Adds a touch of leather and chocolate too!
AJ's VaPer in my Altinok bent egg
SWR in the cob.
Happy Sunday & Veterans Day one and all. Starting the day with MacB Vanilla Cream in the Sas. This pipe is going to see a lot of aromatics anyhow so why delay the inevitable
Good Morning Gents,
Telegraph Hill in a Sav Erica Fiamma Billiard with me morning black coffee.
Button Bay in a MM Legend. Remembrance Day. Back from the Cenotaph, needed to be there as the sun came up and it was quiet enough to hear my thoughts. I don't feel like eating. Maybe some tea. -16C(3F)H76%
Retrying Haunted Bookshop (2nd try) in the MM Pony cob.
Condor RR in a country gent churchwarden