A Three Pipe Problem     January 4th, 2012
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10 Responses to “A Three Pipe Problem”

  1. Kurt Simmons said:

    Thanks, Dustin.
    You’ve given me an idea for a travelling Falcon perch.

  2. tslex said:

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  4. markw4mms said:

    That is so cool.. great idea you had there. I’d love to have something like that for long trips.

  5. brewshooter said:

    This is a great idea!!!

  6. Kenny Davis GKCPC said:

    Hey BigD, Kudos buddy! It was just as much fun reading your fine article, the second time!
    Thanks to Kevin for publishing it!

  7. Matt Williams said:

    Dude! Great article and solution.
    I don’t want to rain on your parade, but I had the same problem…solution? Pre pack and char two pipes, or three if you need them, set them in the cup holder for the passenger side and a simple light gets you going.

    If any gymnastics become necessary I just pull over.;))!

  8. cortezattic said:

    I too, favor Matt Williams’ solution; but nothing is better for the hobby than creativity, innovation, and the ingenuity on display here. Congrats on a well conceived and well executed project, a great write-up, and excellent accompanying photos. Enjoy x3 !

  9. mamibeto said:

    What a great idea, keep the wheels of your creative mind working!

  10. TonySuvie said:

    Gotta say I’ve learned the hard way, trial , error and near miss while driving. Started smoking when I was about 15 due to my Dad’s encouragement and now am nearing retirement. Today I can fill, light and smoke my pipe on the run. Must use a pouch though. In the old days we couldn’t afford tinned tobacco for everyday stuff and if we did smoke it while driving it was from a foldover pouch. Too much gymnastics screwin around with a tin and lid. I do find that a straight pipe is best for driving for me. Less curves in the pipe and less ‘gynmastics’. And just for showin off I do it with matches; impressed the hell out of my son, lighting while driving and he said you never took your eyes off the road! Cool, I didn’ know that.

    I will say that a heavy cut tobacco is best while driving. Once you get’er lit it’s on!
    Youngbucks and Doe’s of the world puff on!



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