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    You are so awesome!!!

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    I am just found a good camera case for carrying pipe tobacco on Lowepro. Will this camera case do a job for me (carrying Ball Elite Wide Mouth Half-Pint mason jars, four pipes, pipe tools, etc)??

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    A friendly word.

    For me, pipe smoking is more of a way of life than a hobby; that way of life is a serenity and a slowing down of life's pressures by the enjoyment of a pipe.

    Many of us are old timers who have acquired pipes and bits and pieces over many many years (58 for me!) and have spent many of those years with far less with no hardship.

    Slow down, enjoy the journey and take time to smell the roses.
    Work is the curse of the smoking classes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo44 View Post
    A friendly word.

    For me, pipe smoking is more of a way of life than a hobby; that way of life is a serenity and a slowing down of life's pressures by the enjoyment of a pipe.

    Many of us are old timers who have acquired pipes and bits and pieces over many many years (58 for me!) and have spent many of those years with far less with no hardship.

    Slow down, enjoy the journey and take time to smell the roses.
    MUCH APPRECIATED!!!! Frankly, when I was got in to cigars, I thought traditional cedar humidors and super premium accessories were way to go and wanted to acquire quickly (I admit that I was kind of foolish guy back in that day) but decided to take a time and study further one by one more than a year, knowing much better things and deeper knowledge! Maybe I can apply to this to pipes as well as you suggest, take a time and enjoy slowly (same goes on cigars IMHO and I always mention this to beginners when they ask me about cigars).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo44 View Post
    Slow down, enjoy the journey and take time to smell the roses.
    Totally agreed ... except for when it comes to tobacco. Buy as much as you can as fast as you can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    Totally agreed ... except for when it comes to tobacco. Buy as much as you can as fast as you can.
    Seems that I need to get lots of pipe tobaccos and pipe tobaccos (cigars too)!!

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    Sorry for extreme hiatus due to my busy schedule for several months. I just made some changes for pipe tools list by replacing pipe lighter with Davidoff cigar matches. removing Halcyon wax since I am going to focus on smooth pipes instead of sandblasted and rusticated pipes .

    Pipes
    • Missouri Meerschaum Apple Diplomat Corn Cob Pipe
    • Mark Tinsky Unique Bent 988
    • Mark Tinsky Unique Bent 963
    • Mark Tinsky Unique Bent 990
    • Mark Tinsky Unique Bent 935


    Pipe Tools
    • Softy Pipe Bits
    • Czech Pipe Tool
    • Kleen Reem Pipe Tool
    • PIPNET Pipe Reamer
    • Savinelli Fitsall Pipe Reamer


    Pipe Accessories
    • Metal Folding Pipe Stands
    • Ball Collection Elite Wide Mouth Half-Pint Mason Jars
    • Lowepro Nova 140 AW II Camera Bag


    Cleaning and Buffing Tools
    • BJ Long Regular Pipe Cleaners
    • BJ Long Bristle Pipe Cleaners
    • Cotton Swab
    • Isopropyl Alcohol
    • OxiClean
    • Mr. Clean Magic Eraser
    • 400/600/800 Grit Sandpaper
    • Micro-Mesh 2" x 2" Soft Touch Pads
    • Masking Tape
    • Jewelers Rouge Polishing Cloth
    • Paragon™ Wax for the Pipe
    • Microfiber Cloth


    Pipe Matches
    • Davidoff Cigar Matches


    Pipe Ashtray
    • Empty Pipe Tobacco Tin
    • Cork Knocker

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    Good to have you back, Kim. That's quite a list! What are you smoking currently?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cigar & Pipe Connoisseur View Post
    Sorry for extreme hiatus due to my busy schedule for several months. I just made some changes for pipe tools list by replacing pipe lighter with Davidoff cigar matches. removing Halcyon wax since I am going to focus on smooth pipes instead of sandblasted and rusticated pipes .
    Kim, pardon if the question is a little terse, but have you tried smoking a pipe yet? That really is paramount to creating lists and acquiring accoutrements.
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    One thing I noticed missing. A really good quality unused boot brush the brush really adds to the shine.

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