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  1. Rewster66

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    Stonehaven in my Lars of Denmark. This is only my second bowl of this stuff and I have to say it is super tasty but it is a little on the strong side. Taking it slow and easy and I am being rewarded with a wonderful flavorful smoke.

    Thanks a million to the "Buckeye Chicken"!;)
     
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  2. Morse

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    A Condor moment - in an MM Legend
     
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  3. dwaugh

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    Middletons Cherry Blend in a Scott straight billiard that I got from DocB. I needed something that would stay lit so I can recover from earlier today....
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  4. HCraven

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    That's quite a nifty piece of pipe furniture, David. A folding two-pipe rest? I like it!
     
  5. dwaugh

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    Thanks Herb, its made By Dunhill, and came with the pips I acquired from my father. I'm not really sure why it folds.... I guess to look more tidy when not in use or something.... -David
     
  6. ol gto

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    I would think its a travel piece, gives the smoker all the confronts of home, quite stylish.
     
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  7. HCraven

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    That's what I was thinking. Makes sense that Dunhill, of all companies, would make something so elegant for travel.
     
  8. MacNutz

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    That is definitely for travel and way cool in my book.

    Peterson's Nutty Club in a legend, my first venture into the world of aros
     
  9. dmkerr

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    C&D Woodstock Races in an antique cutty meer.
     
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  10. Lestrade

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    Sillem's Black in a Squashed Tomato Meer.
     
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  11. dwaugh

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    Special London Mature (sample from Snake, thanks :)) in the Mr. Moo Pipe from Potluck Pipe Swap #1 or 2, don't remember...
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    Back Row (From left to right) Gourd Geese, Moo Pipe, dog; Front row on "bus seat pipe rack" (From left to right) Moo pipe, empty seat, ceramic cardinal. -David
     
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  12. user1975

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    Grousemoor (thanks Herb) in a cob.
     
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  13. Puff The Magic

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    The rest of the day was

    PS LBF in a large noname claw & egg meer, hot chai

    DH Royal Yak in a large Rob Davison (52flgoose, PSF member/carve-artisan), mo-chai. Thanks Rob! Everytime i load this big bowl up my grin gets bigger. Great pipe!

    Sutliffe PS #5 in a large H&B cob, mo-chai

    Ed
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  14. Monkeyshine

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    LNF in the Pete system 306
     
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  15. Mister Moo

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    Sam's Flake in a Sas dublin.
     
  16. Lestrade

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    Last bowl of this tin of Sillem's Black in the Squat Tomato Meer, again.
     
  17. Dondi

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    Notice how the pipes are meant to face away from each other? Looks like it's designed for those times when you travel to a friend's house then both of you can use the same pipe stand while sitting across each other. Way cool indeed!

    Waiting for some P&W 78 to dry out a bit so I can then light it up in my Savinelli Baronet 315 EX :bing:
     
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  18. Lestrade

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    PS LBF in a Wiley Galleon Poker.
     
  19. shadow

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    It's 9:20 in the morning here in London, I just got up and am having just a roll-up and tea..... pipes shall follow a bit later!:byg:
     
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  20. MacNutz

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    Good observation
     
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