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Thread: What's in your pipe? March 2019

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    Just past the half way mark on this bowl of year 2014 Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem. Simply Apple is my drink.
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    Good morning, good people.
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    Old Joe is goin2 clean pipes 2day.
    I can resist anything but temptation.
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    Now smoking Jimís A Blend in a three quarter bend smooth 1985 Dunhill Chestnut 5202 with a cumberland stem.
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    After the breakfast bomb, well-aged C&D Morley's Best is necessary, in the Savinelli Porto Cervo 802 canadian. Have a nice weekend, pipers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allyby View Post
    Markus! Varifocals take a bit of time to get used to them, 1st time I got my ones I took a right dizzy spell with them and felt sick, but now wouldn't be without them, just take care the first couple of days.

    Ally.
    Thanks Ally, I'll keep in mind and keep the old glasses with me to change when it's getting too much. They'll still be good for long distances after all. My mother also got told to go slowly with her first varifocals, only wearing them for half an hour at a time at the beginning. But she said she put them on and never looked back. It's probably a very individual process of adaptation, and I'll see how it works out for me.

    Now smoking some previous mix enhanced with Ennerdale. Made it a few weeks ago and neglected it since. Just one bowl left now, but I only made a few bowls of it in the first place. I'm smoking this in a Falcon. As JimInks might say, this will take me to dinner time, when fried potatoes left over from lunch await. I do like chips/French fries a lot, but I like potatoes fried in a pan even better.

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    Now smoking GLP Cumberland in a 2018 smooth straight flame grain Basil Meadows Merchant Service "Bing" replica with an aluminum band and black ebonite stem.
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    Good Afternoon, Friends! It's warmed up to above freezing with a clear sky and plenty of sunshine. Lily the Cat had demanded to be fed lunch, but Grover the Rover is outside somewhere, so he'll just have to wait. Back in the workshop for some more pipe and coffee time. My wonderful wife slept in and I managed to talk her into waiting to go food shopping until tomorrow. That means a trip to the pet supply store later on for me, but at least I don't have to spend a good part of the day in a supermarket. Plus I get to smoke my cob while driving to get more cat food. Now smoking a bowl of Amphora VA Flake in the Sav smooth billiard.
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    Beware the ides of March.
    Take care this month, my fellow pipers. As julius Caesar belatedly once said...'Et tu Brute!' Which, as we all know is Latin for 'watch your back!'
    Curly cut deluxe in a blakemar.

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    St. Bruno simply satisfies!
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    Our wedding anniversary so, a family evening round the table.

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    C&D Bayou Morning/Five Brothers in a Stanwell #146.
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