Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Sep 1, 2012.
Bill Bailey's Black Coffee in a cob with Balkan Blend.
smoking some of this fancy tinned tobacco in my mr brog
Solani ABF in a cob.
Happy International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Aaaaargh!
Aye ya lily-livered skallywags.... my SeaRock just ran into a brick of Pirate Kake. Bailing now.
Mac Baren Golden Extra in a Diplomat.
Orlik Golden Sliced later!
It's been way to hot outside to enjoy a bowl lately, however today it was overcast in the morning with a nice breeze so I enjoyed some Blue Mountain in a Washington Cob. Great combo. Can't wait for some cool weather.
SP Cherry Cav in my Dr G green Omega. Getting ready to head to work.
Today, I'm having some Orlik in my 1985 Kudret Gezer pipe:
So much for sleeping today - .
grabbing my tin of Orlik too and heading out to garage for some me time.
maybe i will find new pipe out in the blocks of briar
Prince Albert in a cob...not feelin so hot today so this may be my only smoke
Starting with 4noggin's Brit's balkan but given that it is international Talk Like A Pirate Day, I shall move up to Pirate kake before the Flying spaghetti Monster makes an appearance. I've got me bloody eye patch around here some place, hidden in me swag no doubt. Where's that damned parrot??
Tabakhaus Recklinghausen # 20 in a Savinelli.
Sutliff Maple Street in a Nording. Smooth smoke. First pipe in about 2 weeks. I hate late Summer colds.
Erinmore Flake and a cup of coffee
Rich Dark Flake, the first tobacco to grace the chamber of a beautiful Charatan - sent to me, for no good reason, by Waino and Kari J (along with enough tobacco to keep it lit for a long, long, time).
Thank You, friends, this is a lovely pipe.
Mr. Patton's Storm Front in a Buescher's tall boy.
A good afternoon to all of you gents. I hope the weather is as pleasant where you are as it is here.
75F° with 39% humidity. Not a cloud in the sky.
You've been around long enough.
You can start using acronyms now.
Blue Danube in a Falcon
Nice windy day
little riff for my brog while the clear coating on the new pipe dries out
Kingfisher in a Ben Wade freehand.