Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by woody, Sep 1, 2013.
Morse, we are smoking the last of the 2005 vintage BFS in the Jost Regent.
The work day is over, the smoking part of the day shall begin!
Heading for the balcony to smoke some Stonehaven - thanks to David E. !! - in a Pete Deluxe 20s.
Pirate Kake in an old Ben Wade Relief Grain Canadian Panel (looks like a Charatan).
Peterson´s Sunset Breeze in my newly aquired Peterson Aran 69 billiard. On my balcony. The sun has just set. The baccy well dried out. A perfect smoke. Effortless.
Rattray's Red Rapparee in the rusticated Ben Wade Canadian, some excellent, fragrant tieguanyin on the side.
Prince Albert in a Sav Billiard in the morning. Peter Stokkebye cherry in a MM Legend with my beer this evening. Wrapping up the day with Half and Half in a no name Billiard.
Just enjoyed a bowl of Tilbury in the Savinelli Roma 623. God, is this stuff good.
That's a great idea, I never even considered them. I know my friend Terry used to get good rolling tobacco there, but it hadn't occurred to me to see if they carry any good pipe-stuffs. Thanks Shiloh
Good afternoon friends!
Smoking a Legend of some E.G.R. blend, while watching Ancient Aliens. Pyrmids? Aliens. Stonehenge? Aliens. Giant round stones? Aliens. Discovery of bronze? Yappg.
(Sorry...I am ashamed at what I am willing to say for a good punchline.)
Wessex Burley Slice
a Ser Jacopo Bulldog
I've been watching that today too
Biblical - Alien Influenced , Samurai Sword - Alien Influenced, Merlin, Joan of Arc and Others
all Alien Influenced,
Now Bigfoots are Aliens
are clearly Yappg
(sorry the beard gives it away)
Edit: enjoying today's tv shows
all while smoking my neolithic stone cob pipe
filled with some really old tobacco
So..... You could possibly be an alien?
It's alright, man. It'll probably show up today.
Artistically the maker utilized the Plateau to its full potential but realistically the high side of the bowl makes a wonderful windscreen as well. The pipe draws wide open and is a dream to smoke, already smokes like an old friend which isn't something one can often say about a new pipe but it and the Former Blowfish fit that description.
Walkabout went well as Fall was in the air and the Levi of yore was in attendance and in what I call High Alert Mode, i.e. the hunter's urge was coming on. Smoked 965 Mixture in the Paul Becker (Germany) reminiscent of a round capped Dublin shape.
Then went off to help my friend with his wireless printer issues and it ended up someone (i.e. nobody would own up to it) had putzed around with the router password etc. as I was the Admin so I had to reset and redo everything. Once all corrected I gave it WEP and a TKIP passphrase since this is what the printer needed to connect, printed out a setup sheet and all the pertinent data his son would need to set up his Mac Book and his sister and mother's as well. Smoked the Lindner Bulldog with Strang Curly Strang and a PRM of Brazilian Cerrado.
we're smoking more Coniston Cut Plug
whilst working on this:
Thanks for the stone, John!
Morse, we're smoking St. Bruno from 2011. Thanks much, Snake.
This stuff is the dog's bollocks.
i employ ancient alien technology for carving stone pipes and have no idea where i got the knowledge for doing so....
come to think about it , i don't remember a few nights years ago, maybe i was taken ( instead of blacked out drunk )
Got some sleep. Suzy and Molly were laying on my feet when I awoke and were happy to see me awake. I just finished smoking Barbados Plantation in the second pipe I ever bought ($2.49); a 1974 three quarter bend black sandblast etched Dr. Grabow Omega. Going to decide on my next smoke in a minute or two.
That's pretty sharp Snake. How did you deal with the threads?