I have an one of your waxdrip pipes. It's so nice I'm afraid to smoke it. Anyway the reason I'm posting this is....
Each year more and more pipe clubs are forming. The United Pipe Clubs of America (UPCA) would like to know how pipe clubs across the nation are organized and how they are operated whether they are affiliated with UPCA or not. We are requesting that you or someone in your club complete the online survey. The combined results of the survey will be made public. However, no specific club names or names of officers will be used. The anonymity of your club and its members may be assured. Only aggregated data will be presented. Further, please be assured that none of the information provided will be used by any other agent other than UPCA.
Please take the 2-3 minutes to complete the online survey at https://wilkes.us2.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_9miQBR5xJBzSTn7 Note Question 7 does not work they way it should.
Thank you for your assistance with this project and good luck with your club.
Awww, Doc, that poor wax-drip pipe has not yet fulfilled its purpose... :D
You know, I originally came up with my wax-drip style after seeing the Castello Candle Wax finish. I decided to bump the idea up a notch, and ran with it! Seems like a pretty popular style now, with several pipemakers offering versions of the design. Although I haven't made any (yet) since returning to the craft, I am getting several requests for them!
The Lakeland pipe club has been slow to start so far, but once we get things going, I'd be happy to participate in the survey!