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Thread: What Is In Your Pipe, December 2021?

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    What Is In Your Pipe, December 2021?

    Starting off the month with a bowl of Watch City Simply VOriental in a straight smooth medium brown 1930s Wilshire 5 bulldog (Comoy’s second) made for John’s Pipe Shop in Los Angeles with a black vulcanite saddle stem. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
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    I'm enjoying a nice bowl of Petersons Irish Oak from back in 2014 in a Petersons Rosslare Royal Irish no.3. A great smoking pipe that I got from My Pipe Shop in England. This tobacco has aged well and I think its better now than when just purchased.



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    Not far from finishing this bowl of Wilke No. 222 in a late 40s, early 50s straight black sandblasted Wagner British Thorn 495 (Comoy’s second) pot with a black vulcanite saddle stem.
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    About a third of a bowl left of D&R Penhooker Silver in a straight smooth brown undated pre-republic Peterson Shamrock 263 Canadian with a nickel band and a black tapered vulcanite p-lip stem.
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    Enjoyed a tasty golden delicious apple, fed Suzy, Molly, feral cats Daisy, and both Stripesies, and smoked a bowl of D&R Raccoon’s Delight in my very reliable smooth straight WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Sterling Canadian with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
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    Good Morning and Welcome to December! It's 28°F/-2.2°C here with a mostly clear sky. Starting off the day with a bowl of Peterson Flake in the Peterson "Rosslare 106" and a fresh mugga coffee tucked under my jacket.

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    Trying hard to make up for the money I lost in the market yesterday. JKP in an Ascorti and coffee.
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    A third of a bowl left from a freshly opened first production tin (2013) of 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 in the military mount style.
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    Did a set of walking reps, and smoked a bowl of year 2016 D&R Three Sails in an undated straight brush etched black Molina apple with a nickel band and a black tapered vulcanite stem.
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    A quarter of the way though this bowl of Wilke No. 515 in a smooth dark brown medium bend 2021 Peterson POTY 4AB No. 45/500 military mount with a silver cap and an acrylic black tapered AB stem. This was the blend Basil Rathbone smoked. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
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