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  1. Bobby 151

    Bobby 151 Member

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    Jeff,Four stars,i counted them real good this time,didn't want to make a mistake,again!:D. Holy moley,i'm a Pfc,in a world of Generals:).Congrats,Jeff.:puff: Bobby.
     


  2. user0003

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    Thanks Bobby and Ed.

    Reiner Gold in a Frederick G. .............
     
  3. 3 Phase

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    Cracked a tin of G&H Bob's chocolate flake, if there be latakia in there I sure as hell couldn't find it. Tastes like a lightly sweet cocoanillary :confused: burly and virginia flake. Not bad but It's still too early to tell.
     
  4. user0003

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    59 and a sunny start to this long weekend here in the Smokys.

    GLP US in a Frederick G. with coffee and Gandalf on the tube stereo.
     
  5. babysinister

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    More St. Bruno in a Sav Porto Cervo Smooth Canadian 802. This baccy has bewitched me, and I can't get any more of it, alas. :hh:
     
  6. user0003

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    Another bowl of GLP US in a Nonpareil. I might try to go all day with this weed just to see how it/I will hold up.

    Absolutely stunning day in the mountains today.
     
  7. user0003

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    Next bowl of US in a Tinsky ASPPOY.......still going..........
     
  8. babysinister

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    PA/CH to start breaking in a new pipe, an incredible Todd Bannard Hungarian full bent (and I mean full bent), a walnut colored beauty. Trying to puff slowly, must puff slowly, must puff slowly...
     
  9. user0003

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    Still working on US this time in a Wiley Poker.
     
  10. babysinister

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    More PA/CH in a Sasieni Four Dot "Burton". Just rubbed off several layers of oxidation from this 31 year old vulcanite pipe stem, using Magic Eraser.
     
  11. user0003

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    More US in a Frederick G. and a little light yardwork..........
     
  12. user0003

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    Again with US, back in a Nonpareil. This burner likes this weed and so do I.
     
  13. babysinister

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    Just filled McB Navy Flake into a Bannard Freehand Poker. Let's see how this baby handles some real baccy.
     
  14. user0003

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    GLP US in a Sav. 804KS Roma, coffee and Lost on Hulu TV.
     
  15. MileHighSmoker

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    PA (a.k.a The Exorcist) in my (previously ghosted) cob.

    I say it that way because after 50 grams of Buteras Royal Vintage Golden Cake, that particular cob was quite ghosted. To the point that a bowl of PA or CH tasted just like golden cake from start to finish. After many bowls of PA the ghost seems to be dissappearing. Only occasionally during a smoke do I get the slighest hint of that citrus flavor I've come to expect while smoking that pipe. Another few bowls and I hope the ghost to be completely gone. Hope being the key word in that last sentence.

    On a side note: I have placed my first on-line order, and expect it to arrive sometime next week. That order includes a tin of US which I hope to smoke as I participate in the 2t2m. Also in that order is a couple ounces of Full Virginia Flake, and a few ounces of Squadron Leader. The FVF because I'm trying to get a feel for virginias, and the SL because I also want to test run an english blend across my tongue. I've read a lot of good things about both of those tobaccos, so they seemed like reasonable choices.

    -MHS
     
  16. user0003

    user0003 Well-Known Member

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    Please do join in the 2t2m we would enjoy having you.

    Well, it's US in a cob.... again.
     
  17. babysinister

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    XD Lol! Right on the nose, PA is the Exorcist. The power of PA compels you! If you haven't tried SL yet, I hope you end up liking it as much as I do when you try it out. And what Jesla said, do join our tobacco review syndrome.
     
  18. babysinister

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    St. Bruno in a Winslow Crown 800 Handmade.
     
  19. user0003

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    WOL Sig in a Sav. Autograph. coffee and Lost on Hulu TV.
     
  20. user0003

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    Scotty's Butternut Burley in a Sav. 320EX, coffee and more Lost on Hulu TV.
     
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