***What Are You Smoking?*** (November, 2019)

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gamzultovah

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Escudo in a Jobey Dansk, Half Moon Egg Freehand #2 with a Cherry Red finish and classic danish style, ornate military stem. I dug this ole gal out of the closet and gave her a necessary cleaning, and now she’s ready to go. It was the Danish freehand style that attracted me to pipes in the first place, and although my tastes have changed, I feel it’s time to give these beautiful instruments another go.780778087809
 

gamzultovah

Member
Aug 4, 2019
276
495
Escudo in a Jobey Dansk, Half Moon Egg Freehand #2 with a Cherry Red finish and classic danish style, ornate military stem. I dug this ole gal out of the closet and gave her a necessary cleaning, and now she’s ready to go. It was the Danish freehand style that attracted me to pipes in the first place, and although my tastes have changed, I feel it’s time to give these beautiful instruments another go.View attachment 7807View attachment 7808View attachment 7809
I just realized after talking to my wife about my choice of pipes today, that I haven’t smoked this particular pipe in 12 years! And she is a glorious smoker. Going on hour two with the same bowl...clenching all the way. Sipping Escudo is the best, and it’s even better with an old friend.
 

jiminks

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Aug 31, 2012
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Starting off my smoking day with a bowl of 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. Up a bit early, but I was helping out a neighbor, and didn't get a chance to smoke until now.