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huntertrw

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Jul 23, 2014
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The Lower Forty of Hill Country
I plan on honoring International Pipe-Smoking Day by enjoying a bowl of my new C.B. Mixture (a carefully crafted blend of fine pipe-tobaccos which I created to pay tribute to the legendary Leavitt & Peirce Cake Box Mixture) in an estate rusticated, saddle-bit, Caminetto Business billiard.
What will you do?

 

cosmicfolklore

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Aug 9, 2013
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Well, tomorrow os the Briary's event, so I will start the day with my usual weekend fare, and then pick up samples at the event and break into whatever I pick up there. But, I have an aged GLP tin of Odyssey that I plan to crack tomorrow night.

 

jmatt

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Aug 25, 2014
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Because it's International Pipe Smoking Day, I think I'll smoke a Danish tobacco (Rattray's Old Gowrie), in an Irish pipe (Petersen) I bought in England (London to be precise) and smoke it in my United States back yard (Indiana).

 

sw0snuff3r

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Oct 3, 2014
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I just received an order today and I will be smoking McClelland's St. James Woods. I was fortunate to be able to try some 20 year old stuff from the Canadian box pass and was blown away so I had to order some. I find the fresh stuff wonderful as well and will be taking advantage of the IPSD sales to order more to cellar.

 

warren

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Sep 13, 2013
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I'll smoke a couple different pipes and blends, same as usual on any day. I'm still not sure who makes these proclamations and why. The blenders? Perhaps to raise sales? Carvers? I have no idea as to the who or the why.

 

mikestanley

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May 10, 2009
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Akron area of Ohio
I will be enjoying St. James Woods tinned in 1999 with morning coffee.

Probably throw in some Legend later in the day. Supposed to be over 60

tomorrow so I'll probably take a pipe for a walk with Fusiliers Ration.

Mike S.

 

stickframer

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Apr 11, 2015
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I have too many open tins on the go as it is, but IPSD sounds like the perfect reason to say to hell with it, and open up my tin of Bengal Slices.

 

derfargin

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Mar 3, 2014
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Kennesaw, GA
I have a Sav Bing I haven't paid enough attention to lately, and tomorrow is a great excuse to open a new tin of tobacco from the cellar. I have plenty of blends open, but why the hell not. I also plan on having a bowl each of SToP's blends. War Horse RR, John Cotton's - #1, 1&2, Smyrna, and Bengal Slices. :puffy:

 

rfernand

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Oct 2, 2015
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The Seattle Pipe Clib wants to take a picture with all of us smoking cobs, which sounds like a great idea. I suppose Prince Albert is in order for me :)

 

ray47

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Jul 10, 2015
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I'll probably be smoking some OTC burleys in my Bing pipes. Takes me back to the 50's.

 

whitebar

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Sep 12, 2015
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I have a couple new tins that I'll likely break into for this occasion. First up is Wessex Brigade Campaign Dark Flake and second is Rattray Stirling Flake. Then if time permits I'll likely have a bowl of SG Full Virginia Flake from 2007.

 

mso489

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Feb 21, 2013
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It looks like I'll start out with Mac B's HH Latakia Flake in a Pete Killarney 999 Rhodesian, unless I finish it in the next 31 minutes, and usually flake smokes fairly slowly.

 

fluffie666

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Apr 4, 2014
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I just toasted up a bowl of Hawke's Indian Moon. Going to let that do what it does overnight and get into that in the morning when I pick wifey up from work. I'll shut all the windows in my car and marinade myself in the smokey goodness of a damn fine tobacco. Happy IPSD!!

 
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