Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by Mister Moo, Jul 25, 2011.
Borderline scowl. The cat is smiling more than he is.
Oh yes, it can get warm. Averages about 70-75, but, I've had it burning for a while and it reached 80. Not too bad for a pellet stove. That's just a little to warm.
I bet you could use one in sunny Sweden! It's got to get rough there...
Nearly a small scowl.
HA! I could use one here! It gets rough in good ole E. TN! We su'thners dont tol'rate much cold air!
No scowling but not smiling, either; sort of a deer-in-the-headlights look. Nice toolboxes, kid.
LOL! yea - I was setting it up and the Mrs. opened the door, and click.
Thanks on the boxes. There's a couple more in there too. Some plastic roll aways, 1 snap-on bottom and side, 1 matco top and a craftsman top,middle,bottom. I've changed it around, added a 2 workbenches and a bunch of junk that I still need to throw out but, I just can't do it.
I agree but, one of us has to be serious. Otherwise, nothing would get done.
Dang, I never get this picture thing right. If I had a brain, I would be a dangerous man. As it is, I'm just a grumpy man posing the coveted Grumpy Old Man of the Year award.
Man ya'll are good! I had totally forgotten about Half & Half. I do remember him smoking H&H or Pall Mall cigarettes while drinking Cutty Sark. Later in life he moved to some blends from the local cigar shop. I'll have to try H&H and see, though after reading the reviews I'm not real encouraged. It'll be hard to pull me away from CH and SWR for my "during the day smokes".
I have two daughters (grown now) but they used to suggest that it was time for me to light the pipe. Don't know if they just wanted the room note or me to mellow down...
Nice stove. Ought make a comfortable place to smoke.
Mmmm...cutty sark....with amaretto....O.M.G.
Nosewarmer cob loaded with burley, in the International. It's got a real small cab, no sound insulation whatsoever and rides real rough, but it has plenty of power, shifts nice, has new tires, a good radio and excellent heat/AC. Also has the fastest pump of our fleet, about 300 GPM. It's a good truck.
Pump of what?
Diesel fuel, heating oil, kerosene. It flows enough to make the hose dance around like a cartoon if you let go of it with it revved up.
I don't have any picture of me smoking a pipe. This picture is from my pre-pipe days. I'm smiling as much as possible as I was preparing to interview a suitor of one of my daughters.
Thanks! Yea it gets toasty in there.
Thanks to Archer I get to thoroughly enjoy OOS 611, a.k.a. Pug One
A picture my husband took of me today.
You need to give that bowl a tamp, Darb.
I know, fingers don't work so well.