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Had a bowl of Stonehaven today on my way home from work
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CH in a MM general cob with dark roast Costa Rican blend coffee. Life is good, at least for a while. Gotta head down to the valley, Mesa, for appt. with the hand surgeon. Hate driving to phx, raises my blood pressure by 30 points at least. As bad as SoCal.
 

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Squeezing in a bowl of Hobbits Weed in a Molina before I head out for the nightmare that is driving in the valley.
 

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Wilke 436 in a paneled Design Berlin. Aggravated my SI joint yesterday so have been mostly keeping the weight off it today.
 

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Beautiful military bit Peterson. I don't smoke while driving often, but when I do (or canoeing) I like a full bent to keep it out of the way and it balances better when it hangs in my mouth for extended periods of time.
I do most of my smoking while driving
 

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Big bowl of burley, CH, with morning coffee. Now a bowl of PS LNF in a Maestro de Paya for a change of pace. This goes good with coffee as well.
 

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Made a somewhat milder version of my Hurley Burley to better go with morning coffee (in a MM Diplomat). I increased the Sassafras Cavendish from 16.6% to 20% and correspondingly reduced the dark-fired. Pretty good. Will have to come up with a new name for this version: Sassy Lassie? :p
 

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Made a somewhat milder version of my Hurley Burley to better go with morning coffee (in a MM Diplomat). I increased the Sassafras Cavendish from 16.6% to 20% and correspondingly reduced the dark-fired. Pretty good. Will have to come up with a new name for this version: Sassy Lassie? :p
Girly Burley, lol.?
 

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Made a somewhat milder version of my Hurley Burley to better go with morning coffee (in a MM Diplomat). I increased the Sassafras Cavendish from 16.6% to 20% and correspondingly reduced the dark-fired. Pretty good. Will have to come up with a new name for this version: Sassy Lassie? :p
Bru, in one of your packages to me you included a blend called Darth Vatur. It was quite good. Mind sharing the formula for it?
 

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Bru, in one of your packages to me you included a blend called Darth Vatur. It was quite good. Mind sharing the formula for it?
Glad you enjoyed it - I keep that one on my shelf of favorites. The recipe may be rather ambitious: made of Peretti D-9507, Astley's 44 and 88, Black Sea Sokhoum, C&D Izmir, and Sutliff 507 stoved Virginia. Let me know if you're still interested and I'll PM the exact details. ;)
 

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Glad you enjoyed it - I keep that one on my shelf of favorites. The recipe may be rather ambitious: made of Peretti D-9507, Astley's 44 and 88, Black Sea Sokhoum, C&D Izmir, and Sutliff 507 stoved Virginia. Let me know if you're still interested and I'll PM the exact details. ;)
It was very good, but that might be a bit too ambitious for my limited blending skills, lol. More than 3 kinds of tobac confuses me.
 
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