What are you smoking? November 2013

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  1. Wicker Man

    Wicker Man Active Member

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    Tobacco choice is easy
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    Pipe choice :cfsd: I'll let the Bear choose
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    BBB Bulldog :th1:
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  2. inkybat

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    Started the day with some WoS Crumbs of Comfort snuff and for my after breakfast smoke I had GLP Charing Cross in the Peterson bent bulldog with coffee.

    Charing Cross is becoming my every morning smoke, it's got that perfect balance of wonderful flavours but mild overall smoke. A great way to get some Latakia in the morning without getting bowled over. I also find it's great with coffee, which is important.

    The snuffing is new, really in love with it. Great way to take tobacco, especially as I can't smoke my pipe indoors anywhere.

    Just checked the tracking on my Eltang Sailor pipe, it's in the next town over! Hope it comes today!
     
  3. JimInks

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    Up early to feed Suzy and Molly, and I decided to smoke so I wouldn't waste my waking hours. Thanks to Artistik, I'm smoking Virginia Woods in a smooth full bend 1977 Crown Coachman 215 egg (Charatan second). Going to do a few things unimportant now.
     
  4. Wookie Hunter

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    Puffing on a little Briar Fox in an MM CG with my morning coffee. The rain is trying to roll in, which is fine since I'm just going to be inside packing all day.
     
  5. Rockbass

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    [​IMG] Good morning, Good people. Spitin' little white BBs out side this AM, inside there is a Uhley's Fest goin' on, with a mixture of Perfection Plug and 00 in a Pete billiard. Out of eggs, bread and milk; hope I don't get fired.
     
  6. Monkeyshine

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    This morning was some Aged Burley Flake in a Peterson 303 african meer
     
  7. BernardLerring

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    Good afternoon, mon folkatores. After a slightly kacky shift, I can finally raise a pipe to OT getting better and I hope he won't mind some Haddo's Delight in the BC Belami. To OT.
     
  8. Eric Pierson

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    Just finishing a bowl of deluxe mixture in my altinok Canadian to start what is going to end in a sad day. I have to take my dog in to be euthanized this afternoon. He made it to 11 and has been fighting lymphoma for some time now. I have been putting this off as long as I could but it can't wait any longer. :(
     
  9. psquared

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

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    A like in solidarity Eric. It's a hard thing to do, but sometimes the right thing to do.
     
  10. BernardLerring

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    Sorry to hear, I know from experience that it's one of the hardest things to do.
     
  11. Wicker Man

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    I'll not click like but my thought's go with you,
    my dog Bonnie was 14 and was a constant shadow
    funny thing is she still is, after 25 years, never got another dog didn't need a replacement
     
  12. inkybat

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    We brought our Benny in to the vet for that over the sumer. Such a hard thing. But it has to be done.
     
  13. JimInks

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    I've been through that and feel for you, man. You're doing the right thing in not letting him suffer.
     
  14. Fr Tom

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    OGS in a Jesse Jones bulldog
     
  15. Artistik

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    Sorry to hear that news Eric. Put my Keashound Lobo down due to Diabetes after 10 years of close companionship. Broke my heart, but I knew it was thee right thing to do.
     
  16. Texhealer

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    That's a sad day indeed, I've been there man but there's nothing I can say to make it any easier. Sorry for your loss.


    It's overcast here today calling for a high of 76 degrees, the high for the weekend? 36 with winds driving it down into the low 20's and a 60% chance of freezing rain and snow. I guess winter gets here tonight! I think it's going to be a pipe smoking crockpot cooking weekend.
    Smoking my second bowl of SG Perfection in a Roma author with the second pot o coffee gurgling away.
     
  17. Wookie Hunter

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    Sorry to hear that. I too know how hard it is but it's the right thing.
     
  18. beano

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    Enjoying a rare day: day off from school, home on the cape, 45 and sunny in november, and last night i got engaged!

    on the porch with the dogs, stokkebyes LTW in the cob, coffee in the mug.
     
  19. PipeSimmo

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    only a solidarity like, Eric. Very sorry to hear.
     
  20. psquared

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

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    6 out of 7, not bad;)

    Congratulations!
     
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