Post by thewingedsloth on May 31, 2021 13:13:46 GMT -5
May 31st. So this week had a bonus ride today. as usual the castello seatock blend but in the xl13 pete bulldog. It is a sturdy, robust pipe suited to the rigors of being strapped in a frunk. yes, frunk..the nc700x series has the tank under the seat allowing a nice compartment in its place. The castello searock blend is a good crowd pleaser and I have several non/ex smokers that can be grumpy (they are pretty old after all) yet they all seem to stand around slightly downwind.. I figure it is that sweer cavendish coming through.. So I tend a small fragrant plume twirling a net..lol While I would enjoy something more intense, it is fun to have folks going back to the old ways of liking something that smells good. anyhoo, the rest of the day is warm, dry, with mild breezes allowing for any blend or pipe to shine so some kellys coin in the xl13 seems right while I wait for the bride to rise from her nap and demand we feast.(it had a good rest from the earlier bowl and was at hand..lol) have a great day!
Post by just ol ed on May 31, 2021 14:29:07 GMT -5
hope all enjoying the holiday so far & remembering the reason for same. yard work & wifie help done for now (her planting), Coke at desk, Exotique in LaughingBacchus meer in smoking room. Snoozie soon then to sups.
67, clear at present
Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY gots 'em, smokes 'em since '62
First Name: Eric Favorite Pipe: The one my wife gave me. Daughter gave me. J Everett Pipe. ALI meerschaum poker Favorite Tobacco: Sutliff Crumble Kake Red Virginia, Hobbits Friend, Solani Silver Flake 660 Location:
in from usual full walks, no-band 5x50 for company. After the Ed is fed, Abingdon in SerJac Rowlette "scoop" & continue with the papers. Some errand doing later before the late afternoon h.s. track meet. Overall busy day with some laundry doing in the mix