Now smoking Milan “Our Kentucky Club Mixture” in a 1983 Ben Wade Duo 65 smooth Poker with a black vulcanite stem. A bottle of Coke made with pure cane sugar is my drink. Watching the Dodgers and Pirates. Suzy is by my side. Molly's watching birds and squirrels through the den window.
Now smoking Year 1926 Edgeworth Ready Rubbed in a 2002 smooth top, black sandblasted quarter bend Karl Erik Ekstravagant horn with a horn insert in the ferrule and black acrylic stem. Getting ready to clean a few pipes on this hot and humid day.
Relaxing after a wonderful shrimp and sweet buttered corn on the cob dinner with a bowl of Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 1982 black sandblasted paneled slight bend Savinelli flat bottom sitter with a black vulcanite stem. Ice water and bergs is my drink for the rest of this evening. Watching the Braves-Indians game. Will go back to work later.
Now smoking Milan “Our Kentucky Club Mild” in the third pipe I ever bought ($1.95), a 1974 smooth straight French briar Hadley Apple with a black vulcanite stem. Working and listening to the MLB talk on the XM. Molly caught a moth. It was brutal.
A little over half way through this bowl of Salty Dogs in an early '70s pebble relief Savinelli 315 Prince with a black vulcanite stem. Quit work early to watch Two guys From Milwaukee with Jack Carson, Dennis Morgan, and Joan Leslie. A couple friends of mine used to love talking about meeting Joan Leslie and how nice a person she was. That kindness always seems to show in her movie roles.
Mini Montecristo cigar in meerschaum holder & Pear Folk Ukraine pipe with rolled University flake. The two mini hardwood pipes take the cigar stumps.( waste not want not). After breakfast in my summer Brexit celebration holiday camp this dull mild June day,
Starting off my smoking day with Year 1926 Edgeworth Ready Rubbed in a very much appreciated 1979 brown, slight bend grain etched flat front Stanwell Rego 969-48 (09) with a black vulcanite stem. A cup of hot tea is my drink.
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Last Edit: Jun 28, 2016 11:04:28 GMT -5 by JimInks
Went on walkabout around the City Centre for my mini Brexit holiday, snatched a few smokes of my new Pear Poker Bent Ukraine pipe with rolled University Flake, wherever I could some shelter & smoking , visited the Modern Round Concrete Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool University Campus, & the Gothic Liverpool Red Sandstone Anglican Cathedral next to Chinatown, then snacked for lunch. Had coffee & enjoyed the latest exhibit at the Walker Art Gallery, & saw some of my old favourites before closing time. Sheltered at Saint George's a Hall under the shelter of the vast stone pillars in front of Lime Street Railway station, puffing on my University flake, before getting home via our wet park lake.
Just finished running an errand and this bowl of Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in the second pipe I ever bought, a 1974 three quarter bend black groove carved Dr. Grabow Omega with a black vulcanite stem.