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High fives Ranger as I rest my cup of tea on a fence post, and light up some more of his Hobbit weed, in a Savinelli Leonardo 74/500. Whilst admiring the horses in the coral.
Zip, nothing better than watching horses cavorting in the corral, but we need to get you off the tea and into cowboy coffee. Google how to make cowboy coffee by Kent Rawlings. Later buddy.
 

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Zip, nothing better than watching horses cavorting in the corral, but we need to get you off the tea and into cowboy coffee. Google how to make cowboy coffee by Kent Rawlings. Later buddy.
I will buddy, I don't dislike coffee, but if I drank it as much as you guys, I'd never get any sleep. But I will look it up 👍
 

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Close to finishing this bowl of year 2014 Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem in the military mount style.
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Had a piece of pie made from old timey pears (stay pretty crunchy and good for preserves) with vanilla bean ice cream, and man I love my wife. Give that girl some local fruit, and she'll make something delicious with it. I'm having Sutliff 507-C folded and stuffed in my Savinelli Trevi 320EX. It's hitting the spot. On another note, I recently picked up a Savinelli from an antique store, but I'll post that in the pipe forum.
 

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I started down the Bellamy Bridge Heritage Trail with my MM Eaton filled with Hearth & Home Daybreak thinking that it was only about a 15 minute walk to the bridge. Before I knew it, my tobacco was gone, and I hadn't found the bridge. After about 35 minutes of walking, I still hadn't found the bridge. I apparently missed a turn somewhere, and I definitely need a bigger pipe.
 

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Enjoyed a big bowl of chili topping with sharp white cheddar cheese and eight slices of cinnamon raisin French toast with a sliced peach on the side. Almost a third of the way through this bowl of year 2014 Sutliff 1849 in a medium bend smooth dark brown 1968 Barling 5631 London England TVF billiard silver spigot with a tapered black vulcanite stem. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
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Had a fun chat with a good friend, and have a third of a bowl left of Seattle Pipe Club Deception Pass plug in a smooth straight brown late 1930s Linkman’s Dr. Grabow Deluxe Bruyere 9703B pot with a nickel accent and a black tapered vulcanite stem.
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Relaxing after a wonderful salad, two big French cut pork chops and sauteed mushrooms and green beans dinner with a big slice of cheese cake topped with sliced strawberries for dessert. I just finished smoking year 2013 Esoterica Tilbury in a medium bend 2000 thin stem sandblasted black silver band spigot Ardor Urano S. Holmes #68/100 D.R. briar calabash with a smooth flared top and a black acrylic stem. Haven't smoked this pipe is a long time. Community Coffee, neat, is my drink.
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Good morning everybody. Today is the start of a new rotation of Pipes, it's also the day I clean last week's rotation. Not sure what to go for this week. I was going to make it a Falcon week, just to needle Sturdy 🤣. But instead I think I'll just go with the flow of the moment. So I'm going to plug a Petersons System standard 314 with some Petersons Early Morning pipe. And wish you all a great weekend.
 

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Slept in a bit as we're not moving the herd today so you can take all the time you want to clean pipes Zippo lol. My go to Urbamn Cowboy in the Big Don Carlos bent dublin for a nice long morning smoke with a hot fresh mug of cowboy coffee. Birdies coming in. Waiting for EZ to make some biscuits, lol. Headiing out to the ranch in a while to ride and help the wife work on her reining skills.
 

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Using Sturdy Papa 359's advice, I sliced really thin layers off my new Petersons 3P Perfect Plug (and it was a beautiful most solid plug), dryed and rubbed them a bit, then smoking now in an MM diplomat bent apple. This is a fine tobacco for a fine day, and has required few relights. Having with filtered water and some home roasted Ethiopian dry processed coffee.
 

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Good morning everybody. Today is the start of a new rotation of Pipes, it's also the day I clean last week's rotation. Not sure what to go for this week. I was going to make it a Falcon week, just to needle Sturdy 🤣. But instead I think I'll just go with the flow of the moment. So I'm going to plug a Petersons System standard 314 with some Petersons Early Morning pipe. And wish you all a great weekend.
Zippo, You made the right decision. Lol. That Pete 314 and EMP sound marvelous. But you have to say marvelous like Zsa Zsa Gabor. Enjoy the leaf brother. I’m still living vicariously through all of you.
 
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