At least now, it's been 6 days since the Heart Hospital discharged me, you fellows don't know how much I want to plug in Nitecap and fire away. Pasture needs topping, wife hid the tractor keys, damn it seems like Cosmic said it right, when you're sick it's going to hell in a hand basket. Gonna try, try is the word, don't know if I"ll succeed , thanks fellows for the good wishes and letting me rant.
Beautiful pipe Brad. Keep talking to it, soon you can fire it again.
Sheep? Range maggots the ranchers out here call them. From high on a mountain, the sheep do look like maggots. LOL...
Smile, it is a beautiful day out there.
Brad, get some sheep or goats. Let them do the heavy lifting. As for the pipe, it is waiting patiently for it's turn. How long before you are given the green light? Keep a tin of your favorite blend nearby and use it as an inhaler...
Sweet pipe! You have great taste. Yeh, when I was recovering from pneumonia, I kept trying to char light a bowl, about every day, and it killed me that I couldn't smoke. But, taking a deep wiff of an open tin kept me sane. It also made me really want a vanilla aromatic, ha ha.
Take care, get rest, and if you need anything, just give me a holler. I can help you hotwire the tractor. ::
Take 'er easy, man. Let your mind rove. Some of the world's best ideas occur to restless people who must stay quiet for a time, for their health. Write down the notions that occur to you, the squirrelly ones and the unlikely ones, and the ones that are just funny, or maybe not so much. I bet it was someone who couldn't travel for a while who came up with the long-overdue idea of putting wheels on luggage. What took so long with that one?