Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Got some Exhausted Rooster drying out on a plate.
Stonehaven in a system 306
Peterson's U-Flake in a (gasp!) briar! A Savinelli Hercules.
Mac B Honey & Chocolate in a Sultan Meer.
All this talk of flakes today left me no choice. MacB VF in a new Johs Bulldog. I am thinking of making this a dedicated flake pipe - nice deep bowl takes a folded VF flake perfectly!
A briar!? Were they out of meers that day?
I couldn't live in southern Oauh, too many damn people. North shore, or somewhere on Maui possibly.
Good evening. It is 23:42 pm, temperature - 57 F. I am going to take a short sleep; two weeks vacation is over. But first some Waterloo # 2 just for good dreams.
I'd kill to live in Lahaina! Maui is my favourite
island. Not too remote like Kauai, and not too
populated like Oahu. Perfect.
Condor in the clay, followed by some
McConnell SLM in an Askwith nosewarmer.
FM OTT in a Comoy bulldog.
Nah. Now smoking Stonehaven in a Yanik.
LOL - I thought it must have been a momentary lapse.
London mixture with a spritz of NC in my Canadian which is turning out to be a jewel of a smoker...and almost forgot, some Jameson for company
Once a month, usually by accident.
I'm guessing that your meers are so well colored that it's hard to tell the difference anymore.
Nah, you're a SLC boy now, dp, I'm expecting photos of your wives anytime.
Meers get well colored when they're smoked tons of times. I own 40-some and I only get to smoke about 10 bowls per week. I'll probably be pushing up daisies before they all color.
I have one that is fully colored and nearly impossible to distinguish from a briar (except for the amber stem), one that is mostly colored and one that is well on its way. The rest are pretty spotty. One IMP refuses to color at all. Weird thing, that meer coloration. Anyway, the first two were colored mostly by someone else.
Sorry JP, I don't have a panoramic camera.
Standing by the grill with a cold beer and some anglers dream in a bulldog. You'd think it was summer instead of 37 degrees
Pipe smoking fact: When you have 15 minutes while your gumbo is simmering, the following is true:
EMP/MM CG = AOK