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Thread: What Is In Your Pipe? - June 2019.

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    What Is In Your Pipe? - June 2019.

    A third of the way through this bowl of C&D Bluegrass in a medium bend raw sienna toned early Radice sandblast egg with bamboo carving on the shank and a black acrylic stem.
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    About a third of a bowl left of Douwe Egberts House Blend Aromatic in a 1975 medium bend sandblasted looking, smooth on the sides yellow Pioneer meer with a black ferrule and vulcanite stem in the military mount style.
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    Now smoking D&R VIP in a 2004 smooth long shank Canadian Trever Talbot Ligne Bretagne Faite en Bretagne 4/3 with a black vulcanite tapered stem. Still working and now listening to The Beatles Channel.
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    Hello,

    Woke up very early for a Saturday morning, 6.30am, but quite in line with the last week, where Igot to bed early and and out of it early as well. So I had breakfast and had the first pipe of the day, from the daily jar in a smooth Blakemar Aristocrst squat bulldog. Those squat bulldogs with relatively small bowls were quite common at least in France in the1960s, or so, from what I've seen in movies, but also in Germany , where people smoked rolling tobacco in them because that was cheaper than cigarettes.

    I cleaned some Pipes, and later on this morning I will do a bit of housekeeping and visit the cemetery, so that the afternoon can be reserved to the shed and, probably, a nap.

    Now I'm smoking from the daily jar in a Peterson de Luxe 9s. Yesterday I added the three mixes to it that in had left from the trip: G&H Best Brown No with St.bruno; Brown Flake Unscented with black Cavendish and Balkan Mixture; and Robert McConnell Heritage 5 Year Matured with SG black and Brown Twist, Commonwealth, Lakeland Dark, and G&H Perique.

    Best wishes
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    Just finished work, and am not far from finishing this bowl of Jim's Va/Bur in a 2015 Basil Meadows Bing Crosby Merchant Service replica with a smooth straight thin shank, aluminum band and black ebonite stem.
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    Now smoking Edgeworth Ready Rubbed Match in a very much appreciated 1979 brown, slight bend grain etched flat front Stanwell Rego 969-48 (09) with a black vulcanite stem. Molly wants some play time, and she'll get it when I finish posting my smoke. I'm sure she's amused about being in second place.
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    Torben Dansk special blending Orient.
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    Last smoke of the day is Amphora Burley in a 2003 Stanwell Golden Danish 56 Rusticated Canadian with a black vulcanite stem. Reading baseball box scores.
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    Rattray's Hal O' The Wynd in an Askwith:


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    Good afternoon everyone. Beautiful day here 'Pimms & Lemonade' weather, summer has arrived!
    A new month, a new to me flake & a new pipe. Solani 633 in the 'Londoner' a Portland pipe 'made wholly in England'

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