What are you smoking? October 2013.

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  1. Wicker Man

    Wicker Man Active Member

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    in the BBB straight Bulldog, out in the front garden in the afternoon Sunshine

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    it wasn't cold but still lit 1/2 a wax log in the stainless sink drainer/burner

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    and turned the water feature on

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    mains water into the drain,:ngty: we have to pay £1.35 per day to a French :cfsd: water Co. wether we use any or not

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    the Bear wanted the chill taking off his Cider

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    just about finished the pipe and Cider as the sky clouded over, so it worked out to perfection :toast:
     
  2. highstump

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    I do agree with the statement in general but fail to see what it has to do with anyone in here. :cfsd:
     
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  3. highstump

    highstump Active Member

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    Give it a few years. Be aware however that you will still drool on the keyboard.
     
  4. JKenP

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    So, when did you move into National Trust Housing?

    Will we see it on Antique's Roadshow U.K.?
     
  5. Mington

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    My last bowl of Blackwoods Flake in my Napolean figurehead meer.
     
  6. Calidadd

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    today's smoke: CH in a Savinelli full bent shorty:[​IMG]
     
  7. WalkinStick

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    That's a pretty sharp looking tamper.
     
  8. tdog

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    Started off the day with bagpiper's dream in the Mr brog .then later dried some new tobacco Peterson lrish oak in the Peterson Dublin enjoyed both of them very much also got some rattrays terry red to try in the next couple of days
     
  9. user3221

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    :sh:

    dang near cold outside
    if it keeps this up the long jons are coming out soon
     
  10. Calidadd

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    Thank you. I bought it for just a few bucks.:$$:
     
  11. JKenP

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    You sure that's your pipe? I don't see any dents or scrapes.

    Lovely pipe. Ummmmmm, straight grain...
     
  12. fishnbanjo

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    Had some St James Flake in the MM Diplomat with blue and white Forever Stem, several PRM's then switched over to large mugs of Bengal Spice Tea. Just finished a bowl of Wessex Brown Virginia Flake in the Peterson with silver cap, more Bengal Spice Tea on the side.

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  13. Lucky Duck

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    Good afternoon everyone! Bowl No. 3 is Mac Baron HH Mature Virginia in my Caboom Sabbis Pubbis. Puff on!
     
  14. Wicker Man

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    you've honestly lost me :cfsd: as I don't get where your coming from, can you translate, as you Colonials not only speak funny you seem to have a different meaning to words and no this is not a Wicker funny I really don't understand :msty: the house is an ex council house and by this time next year we will have paid the 25 year mortgage off and it'll be ours
     
  15. Eric Pierson

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    Smoking a little bowl of 1776 tavern in my Brigham mountaineer for a halftime ish smoke. I have a DVR so halftime is whenever I want it. And today that was right after I popped a few slabs of ribs in the oven.
     
  16. JKenP

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    Over here they show Antique's Roadshow U.K. They typically are in a fantastic garden landscape at some baronial site that they say is maintained by theNational Trust. I was just hyping your nice backyard for their next show.
     
  17. Huby Springer

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    Heading outside right now with the MM Diplomat loaded with Squadron Leader
     
  18. Wicker Man

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    :doh: cheers :toast: thanks for that, that was the front garden this afternoon the back's far bigger, over the years we've tended to spend any spare money lets say holiday money on doing the gardens and fences and that way were on holiday every day:ohyh:
     
  19. highstump

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    Great! Then you can sell it, buy a travel trailer, and do the camp host thing. Follow the good weather. :)
     
  20. Snake

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    Meh, I've seen better. ;)

    In trouble with the Miss,
    so if I don't post tomorrow
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    buried me in the back yard.
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