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Location : The Kansas Prairie
Registration date : 2009-02-24

PostSubject: The sad and neglected, #'s 2-1/2 and 3   Sun Aug 28, 2016 11:18 pm

So titled because these pipes are so small it takes both of them to make one!  Both were purchased years ago at a neat tobacco shop in the Villa Italia shopping center in Denver. I Googled it; the mall is long gone.  The bent is stampede "Cap-Belton" and the other with the triangle shank is stamped "Navigator"; both are stamped made in Denmark.  The pipes are much smaller than what I prefer today (my little finger works much better for a tamper than any other digit). But I bought them at a special time in my life (just married and dead broke) and I just can't think of getting rid of them.

I thought a Danish tobacco would be appropriate for a smoke (I recall being heavily into Flying Dutchman when these were in the regular rotation), but I didn't have any; the closest thing I could find on short notice was some Captain Black at the local Walgreen's.  A bowl in each, and back into the rack they go as a reminder that A) I really don't like small pipes, and B) I really don't like this tobacco!

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