My girl Gertie with me at the drive-in 2 months before she died. Missing her!
Posts: 2,312 First Name: Mike Favorite Pipe: The one I have smoking right this minute Favorite Tobacco: A few codger OTC.. My own blends, english, aromatics, Va/pers, well anything but Lakelands so it seems Location:
I saw a web site that said I was out of business and I tried to contact the site owner to let them know it wasn’t true but there was no contact information. Now if any of you had seen that site or any other I’m here to tell you, you can order whenever you like. As you know my tobacco blends are made in the U.S.A. by me. A veteran owned business. Let me know if you need anything and I hope you get a chuckle fromn the cartoon below. I’ve been collecting the really funny ones for many years.
Jack Peterson, Tobacconist
I not only march to the beat of a different drummer I own the whole marching band!
Can you help this guy out with a few reviews - assuming you take requests? Plus, I am curious to get your thoughts. If I buy the samples, will you give us your opinion? People put a lot of stock in your opinions...me included.
Juliet - "Who ever said work was supposed to be fun?” / Shawn - "Ron Jeremy, for starters."
In different blogs and web pages we can read that Charles Peterson was born in Riga. That is a mistake. Charles Peterson wasn't born in Riga. I have to say, that he even never lived in Riga, just couple times later he visited the capital of Latvia. Charles (his real name was Kristaps) was born in Zalenieki village and it is about 70 km away from Riga to South side, to the direction of border with Lithuania. The nearest town was Mithaw (nowadays the town is called Jelgava). In Zalenieki C.Peterson spent his childhood, attend local parish school and 15 years old he was sent to Mithaw learn the crafts. After five years he become a wood-turner. In the same year (September, 1872) Charles packed his suitcase and went to St.Petersburg, stayed there for couple month and traveled to Germany. This is the very short version of story how Charles/Kristaps left Latvia.