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bruins

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good morning boys (er...and irene)! chelsea morning in a binsbergen, coffee in a thermos. had to scrape the windows. winter :evil: , here we go...

(had some exhausted rooster last night in valky's sasieni. it did a damn fine job with that tired bird.)
 

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SWR in a Grabow Riveira. Been splitting and hauling in wood in the cool drizzling rain.
 
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Now FVF in a Ser Jac Dublin, In honour of my now working Pal Muddler!!!
 

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Been away to the Deer Camp and Wine Tasters gathering.. I think I will make it till bedtime.. No as young as I was.. But had fun..
SG Sam's Flake in my La Strada Pico..Late coffee time.. :cheers:
 

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Just finished off a tin of C&D Burley Flake #2. I still think it is just ok to me. It is bitter at times and flat on the palette. One word of advice.............don't DGT it. It rates what I would imagine dog sshhiitt to taste like. :shock:

The vitamin N is full bore though. :shock:
 

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Uniflake in a 2006 St. Pat's Pete bent bulldog.
 

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Germain's Brown Flake in my Big Head Meer... Ice water to pure the body.. :D
 
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Uniflake ?
FVF.

Old $4.95 (flea bay) "Made in Denmark" basket pipe with an LL stem. Because I liked it. An outstandingly good smoker that I keep reaching for because -- the light just dawned tonight -- the bit is so perfect. As is the draw.

Marty Pulvers is famous for bon mots like "Hundred dollar pipes with twenty-five cent stems" (his take on Savinellis). Well, this would be a twenty-five cent pipe with (3/4 of) a hundred dollar stem. And worth every penny invested in it.

I used to put up with borderline (or worse) performance way too readily for the sake of having pretty stuff to look at. (Still do every time I get another estate Roberto Ascorti Caminetto or Armellini Tinder Box Verona) (to look at).

No more.

(Well, hardly ever).

[Dismount Soapbox]

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OF COURSE COFFEE !


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