Hey, guys. I'm stuck out here in Afghanistan, and I only have access to two pipes, (Broke a good clay one I had) one plastic/metal bowl drug store 'thing' and a Kaywoodie I managed to grab on my way out of the US. The Kaywoodie is a great pipe, and I love to smoke it, but I worry that I may smoke it too much. I'm trying to build up a cake, so I've only been smoking half bowls, but I'm wondering how bad I need to rest it? I've been letting it sit for a day between every bowl I smoke, which sucks, because I have to use the hot/gurgly/not fun to smoke junk if I want to smoke. I've been told a few different things with regards to letting it sit, one person has told me that 12 hours will be long enough of a time for a bowl or two, and one person has told me regardless, one day per bowl smoked. Wondering if I could get some opinions with what to do? I'm trying to get another few decent pipes, but it takes a month for mail to get to me after my wife sends it, or longer, not counting the time it takes for something to get to her. Another thing I'm wondering, I've got about 7 ounces of a Tewksbury sampler, and the taste isn't very strong for any of the tobaccos, except for the Latakia-full Celtic blend. I'm curious if this is normal? I honestly can't really determine much difference between any of the tobaccos, other than Celtic Blend, and even then, sometimes it tastes so weak I can't distinguish much flavor. Is this a skill I can work on developing? Maybe I should pack more loosely? Does it have anything to do with the stinger in my Kaywoodie? I only smoked Celtic in the clay pipe I had, and I never had an issue with not tasting the tobacco.