Now smoking 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. Taking a work break to watch a little of Cubs-Gants game I've been listening to, and to clean a few pipes.
Almost finished smoking STCoP Murray’s 1A Linfield in a 2002 Ser Jacopo Delecta Fatta A Mano R1 sandblast Rhodesian with a smooth extension at the shank with a black acrylic stem. Ice water and bergs is my evening drink.
Getting down to the bottom of a tin of Seattle Pipe Club Plum Pudding in a Group 4 rusticated Northern Briars Premier egg. This baccy is OK; however, GL Pease Quiet Nights is in the same genre and so much better I'd never consider purchasing anymore of this one. Not a GLP cheerleader either as Quiet Nights is one of the few they offer I actually prefer. Two stars out of five with another bowl left from the tin for this one.
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About a minute away from smoking Standard Tobacco Company of Pennsylvania War Horse Ready Cut in a 2015 smooth unfinished Savinelli 320KS author with a black vulcanite stem. Still working and listening to Lum and Abner.
Last smoke of the day is 2005 GLP Abington in a medium bend 2001 Ural lattice Rhodesian with a yellow stem with white swirls. Getting ready to throw some ear plugs to Suzy and Molly, who are waiting for the fun to begin.
G'Mornin'All, enjoy your Sunday rest, I had a few whiiffs of a Royal Dutch half corona in a Doyar briar holder & a few puffs of an English blend in a guest Kong ebony horn pipe. I walked Pop in the dark threatening clouds chewing on my Sunday BritBriar, the Rattray's Butchers Boy sandblast No 23 with the short stem, I got home & Pop is fed & I am puffing on some G plum cake in the Rattray's Butchers Boy, the weather is changeable & I am looking to go on a brisk Sunday walk. I have been listening to the bad news on BBC Radio 4 & I will have an I- coffee . Bye'All.
G'Afternoon'Folks, I went on walkabout, to the local museum house an old estate of the the big Victorian Shipping merchants the Holt family of Alfred Holt & Company , and the Ocean Steamship Company , and the Blue Funnel Line of old. Walked the fields , chewing on an MM Maple Country Gent, & HU G Dixter, chatting to some dog walkers, & the Museum staff. Sat on the Verandah with a fine view over the River Mersey to the Welsh hills, as it brightened up & turned out sunny, puffing on the Rattray Butchers Boy & G Plum Cake mix, strode home & realised I lost my triple tamper tool. But I have a spare, Bye 'All.
Almost finished smoking STCoP Dobie’s Four Square Circles in a slight bend rusticated 1979 Savinelli Estella 310 poker with a green pearl acrylic stem. A bottle of Orange Nehi made with pure cane sugar is my drink. Listening to the Pirates-Brewers game.