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

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    Homebrew in a RDP:


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    Now having some of the Barsdorf's Virginia I pressed a couple of weeks ago. Can't say the pressing has dramatically changed it but it seems to be fuller overall than the straight out of the pouch version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo44 View Post
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    I can resist anything but temptation.
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    Good Afternoon, Friends! It's a beautiful Summer day here in the neighborhood with a clear sky and bright sunshine as the heat continues to increase. how-to-draw-a-cactus-009_1561723894888.jpg Back in the workshop where it's still cool thanks to the shade provided by some trees. Grover is taking a snooze in his chair after patrolling the property. Just finished a bowl of Fillmore and next up is Solani VA Flake in the Dunhill lovat with a second mugga joe on the tobacco table.
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    Hello,

    It felt like a slow day at work but I still got quite a bit of preparation done for the new quarter. At home I ate a late lunch, had a nap after a bad night's sleep and now I'm in the shed with tobacco from the daily jar in a Peterson Kapruf dublin.

    It's sunny with clouds moving through at times, and pleasant at 25C/77F, but there's quite a breeze going, so the fan is getting some rest.

    Best wishes
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    D#1 just set a text for me to make her a to go salad. I'm an old softy.
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    Just finishing this bowl of Lane Burley and Black in a 2003 medium bent Ural meer with a lined and etched egg shaped bowl with a brown pearl acrylic saddle stem.
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    A quarter of the way through this bowl of F&T Cut Blended Plug in a post WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Dublin straight smooth X155 Bulldog with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem. A bottle of Mexican Coke made with pure cane sugar.
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    Now smoking McClelland 5100 in a smooth straight WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Sterling Canadian with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
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    Tonight i raise my pipe with E.Hoffman Company Distinguished Gentleman and a glass of Metaxa brandy for an Australian soldier, it's Reginald Tresise (Signalman) of the 6th Australian Expeditionary Division in Greece.



    The main German attack was on April 12 of 1941 where, with the help of light snowfall, the attackers managed to gain an advantage. Late in the afternoon allied administration realizing that it can not stop the Nazi power, gives the signal of retreat. The Australians who have received the main German attack so had the most of the dead on the battlefield.
    The young Reginald Tresise, with some of his colleagues during the retreat, camped for a few hours at the Valtadoirio Gymnasium. As he says, the school is two-storey and bombed by the Nazis "the statue before the school entrance has been blown up. On the ground floor of the school between the dust and the stones of the small room there is a flag of silk with fringes and a cord." The soldier is impressed by the image that he faces, the shape and the colour of the flag. In order not to fall into the hands of the Nazis that head for the city, she decides to take her with him. He keeps this flag as an amulet, has it with him later in the Battle of Crete where he succeeds to survive while many of his fellow soldiers are injured or killed. As he said ''i came out from the Hell of Crete having only my life and this flag'' it passes to Egypt after Palestine and ends in the Syrian French sector still holding the flag. He is moving to the Pacific Ocean on New Guinea, where he survives after hard fighting with the Japanese while he is still has in his bag the Greek flag.
    When he succeeded in returning to Australia one day in June 1959 he wrote a letter (thus we know the whole story), he sent the Greek flag back to the mayor with the case that he made, his military cap and some of its personal items.
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