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  1. alfbacca

    alfbacca Member

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    Just finished a bowl of McClelland Rich Virginia in my Savinelli Porto Cervo 404. I'm really loving the zulu shape!
     


  2. Bri2k

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    After some of the rich aros I indulged in over the holiday, it's good to get back to basics. I'm smoking some PA in a Brewster billiard, Hawaiian Punch on the side while catching up on what I missed here over the last few days.
     
  3. Snake

    Snake permanent ankle biter

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    Peterson's Holiday 2010 (Thanks, Rugs) in
    a Sav 316KS. Just a bowl before work
    last night. Should have dried it out a
    bit. Wet, wet, wet out of the tin!

    dp
     
  4. len smetona

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    Peterson Irish Whiskey. Taste like burley with a hint of something - not whiskey though. Not bad, but not as good as the Golden Extra.
    Let it dry in my dish for about 10 minutes, the tin was opened about 2 months ago.
    Swabbed once, re-lit about 4 times.

    Peterson Sherlock Holmes Squire (rustic) I think an older one, no fancy P. This nice, bent bulldog has some heft.

    Agua on the side.

    Watchin the snow, and the fire burn down before bed.
    https://pipesmokersforum.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/345-dec-26-10jpg/
     
  5. raistlinsk

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    No haven't tried it with the Move. I did play 2010 on the Wii and it was horrible! I don't wanna move when I'm playing games haha
     
  6. Smoker99

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    C&D Safe Harbor Flake in a Tinsky squat bulldog.
     
  7. GlassSculptor

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    Annikake and SJF in a Stanwell 186. :coffee:

    The blizzard is here...... :startle:
     
  8. Barako

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    GLP Westminster in a Dunhill ODA 835, Fundador Solera brandy on the side. Cheap drink but it's a filipino favorite, not bad IMO.
     
  9. len smetona

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    Early Morning Pipe. Taste like a lite burly, I guess that would be a Va. Lots of flavor with no ill effects, that is special considering I smoked it in my blow torch pipe. Towards the end, I started to notice a spice and peppermint flavor. I can see this toby-pipe combo becoming a morning ritual, when time permits.

    Just opened the tin and let it sit in the dish for a few minutes while pouring some Maxwell House. Almost made it to the end without swabbing, a tribute to the toby considering the pipe, re-lit about 5 times, but I was distracted.

    Bulldog pipe, 5 bucks from the NJ pipe show. Marked "VIRGIN DE LUXE" "MADE IN ENGLAND" re-furbed by yours truly.

    Maxwell House on the side.

    Had a hearty breakfast, headin out shovel some white stuff.

    http://pipesmokersfo...o-name-bulldog/

    MODERATOR - Is this too wordy for this section ?.. I notice the entries are short, but I was planning to use this section as my tobacco and pipe logbook.
     
  10. Sasquatch

    Sasquatch Sales Account

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    Write what you like, Len. Some guys just put the pipe/toby combo and leave it at that, other guys write what socks they are wearing. It's all good.
     
  11. Grammaton

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    Beacon, in my Stanwell 19, on the very heels of a bowl of PS Luxury Navy Flake in the same pipe.

    Plain white socks (these are my go to socks).
     
  12. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    PPP (thank you, Andrew!)in a Falcon. Not gonna best Irish Flake, but it has its' own charms, being a plug. I never thought anything special about rope tobacco, but these dense little squares are just too cool. Can't wait for Pease's plug now...

    (Not wearing socks, sorry.) :lol:
     
  13. GlassSculptor

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    Royal Yacht in a Stanwell 186....more :coffee:

    One gray and one grayish sock...... :whistle:
     
  14. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    GAF in a Stanwell ringblasted bent dublin. Last indoor pipe before the wife gets here.

    Wearing socks now (No shows...mistake!)...had to go re-shovel wind drifted snow off where my wife parks. My fits is cold.
     
  15. KD0KRR

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    London Blend Burley in an Aldo Velani Starter.
     
  16. Bri2k

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    PA in a Grabow Lark. Glad to have clocked out on the last Monday of 2010.
     
  17. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    Wife is gonna be late, so sneaking some Ennerdale Flake indoors in a MM Patriot. Bloody wind is intensifying, for the love of Pete!
     
  18. Deckard

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    Sail in a cob and a Boston Lager.
     
  19. Mington

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    My 1st taste of Mac Baren's Scottish Mixture in my Pete.
    Yum!
     
  20. yinyang

    yinyang Some rim charring is to be expected.

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    PPP in a Pete System. Coffee that the winds are freezing up at an alarming rate.
     
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