Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by user0003, Jun 13, 2009.
Scottish Cake in a PIMO Freehand. Coffee. Ray Charles .
GLP Robusto in a Peterson Aran bent billiard. Man this blend really grows on you! I last smoked it 3 days ago, and suddenly today, it seemed everything I put in my mouth had me hankering for that english+cigar flavor!
WOL Shamrock in a Sav. Orient #144ks, coffee on the side.
University flake during the cutting of the grass and for quite a time after.
McClelland 5100 Red Cake in a MM Pride cob.
Union Square in the Kirsten, sweet tea chaser.
MacB HH MV in a Karl Erik bent brandy. Pepsi-max on the side.
W.O.Larsen Tradition in a wiley prince ..... & Bob Dylan .... :thumbsu:
Homemade blend of PA/CH/Cherry in a Dover oval.
CH in a MM washington. good stuff in a cob. kinda nasty in a briar though.
The good ole' Prince in a cob and fresh dripped Cajun coffee on the side.
Some 'highfalutin' 1776 Tavern in the 'lowfalutin' Dr. Grabow...slumming it with some Milwaukee's Best Ice.
Calling it an evening with some Boswell's Pennsy Dutch Treat in the Night-N-Day apple.
More Union Square, this time in my Pete bulldog...tastes much better this go round.
Union Square is goood stuff. MB BLB in a Nonpareil.
McB Mixture in a Jobey 165, LongTrail Wheatberry Ale on the side
Got me some 4 years old Perfection. Just cracked it now, and my oh my, is it delicious. Can't really find the vanilla note it's supposed to have, but what's coming through is a really deep smooth English.... very refined. Yum.
AJ's vaper in an apple with some root beer on the side.
WOL OF in a guildhall billiard then in a wally frank meer lined pot. haven't made my mind up on this stuff. not bad but distinct tendency to burn hot as hades and bite a bit if you don't pay attention.
smoking condor original ready rubbed in an aldo morelli bent apple... and savoring the moment
feeling good about our national elections today, things have been going smooth so far, I was able to cast my vote in less than 15 minutes!
some voters at other precincts have been waiting in line for 4 hours or more though... still, it looks like the automated elections will be a success! (we're using digital scanners to read in paper ballots, on which votes are indicated by shading in one's choices)