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Thread: What's in your pipe? August 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by plugugly View Post
    I could lend you my special hanky, Ally!
    Dozens in the bin that would put that to shame Chris! Think it has to do with the air conditioning every time I go away that gives me this!
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    First smoke of this sunny and probably humid day; McConnell's 'Pure Orient' in a GBD no. 719 - Club.

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    Beakfast had, a bowl of PH Golden Sliced in a '77 Dunhill Root #0467, then off to pick up Markus from the station in an hour.


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    My new aquisition GBD Xtra Bulldog arrived this morning so I had to try it out,GH Bosun Cut Plug was the tobacco chosen for its maiden voyage.This pipe surprised me as to how small it is,just right for flakes/plugs.It smoked wonderfully.
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    Good Morning, Gentlemen! A bit late from sleeping in and did I ever sleep like a log, too. I'm feeling rested and much better about things today. It's 71F/21.6C, everything is wet from overnight rain, and it was drizzling earlier. If the rain holds off, I'm going to try to finish covering over the top of the conduit ditch and grade that area the best that I can and see what it looks like. I may also start cutting out the offending conduit and get ready to put in the new and improved work. If today is a rain-out, there's always my book to finish and tobacco to smoke! Today I'll take delivery of part of my tobacco order as well and I'm looking forward to getting the Former's Straight Grain Flake after it's been out of stock for a few months at SP. Currently sipping a bowl of HH Pure VA Flake in the Pete "Rosslare 109", the first mug of life-inducing elixir on the side.

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    Hello,

    posting from Jim's computer now. He has collected me from the station and ever since we arrived at his home we have had our heads in clouds of smoke. Right now it is a mix of G&H tobaccos, mainly Brown Flake, Black Cavendish and a bit of Perique, in a Falcon bowl and a bent stem. I tend to use the straight ones while out and about, and the bent one is for more leisurely use, of which we will now have plenty for the next three days. We will keep ourselves busy and probably send the odd post as well.

    Best wishes for now
    Markus
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    DNR in a RDP.

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    A before-dinner smoke or instead-of-dinner smoke, I'm not at all hungry; the mighty Presbyterian in a Brakner Antique no. 1313 - Bella Danica Hand-Cut. The world's one and only Lego Brakner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allyby View Post
    DNR in a RDP.

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    Ron makes some of the most beautiful pipes I've ever seen and that one takes the prize.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Markus1970 View Post
    Hello,

    posting from Jim's computer now. He has collected me from the station and ever since we arrived at his home we have had our heads in clouds of smoke. Right now it is a mix of G&H tobaccos, mainly Brown Flake, Black Cavendish and a bit of Perique, in a Falcon bowl and a bent stem. I tend to use the straight ones while out and about, and the bent one is for more leisurely use, of which we will now have plenty for the next three days. We will keep ourselves busy and probably send the odd post as well.

    Best wishes for now
    Markus
    I hope that you and Jim have a great time together.
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