I'm a 32 year old from Central Texas who has been smoking cigars for the last couple years, but I'm making the switch to pipes. Everyone knows the tobacco is cheaper, they make you look like a sage and they taste better too! I have only tried a few different tobacco blends, mostly from my local shop, but I just placed an order for 16 different tins. My wife doesn't yet know about the order so I hope I'm still alive next week to enjoy some of them once they get here. I have a cheap no name pipe that my brother no longer wanted, I purchased a Petterson Rusticated #301 a month ago and I have one more unfinished briar on the way. Anyways, I'm pleased to have found this group and I hope to learn a lot, get to know some of you and maybe eventually contribute to this forum. Thanks!
adding my welcome/greets from 50miles East of Buffalo, NY. Long time at it, claim "seniority" for now (long career on the railroad where seniority was everything). Hope you find interesting threads, question away & have fun
Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY (12/29/40) pipe/cigar since '62 legend in his own mind!
Welcome to the Patch, from SW Kansas. Good luck with the subterfuge. My Social, Menu, and Financial Advisor casts a good deal of shade my way when another box shows up from the known vendors. I find myself in PAD & TAD purgatory most of the time. Good luck with your pipe smoking and know that we're here to help and enable.
May we live, not by our fears but by our hopes; not by our words but by our deeds; not by our disappointments but by our dreams.
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