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Ask G. L . Pease - Volume 31

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    Kevin

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    We have a new monthly installment of the PipesMagazine.com version of Dear Abby, but in this case it's more like Dear Greggy ...

    Ask G. L . Pease - Volume 31

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    Another great read. This column is really fun - probably my favorite here.

    "I said NO camels, that's FIVE camels...can't you count?!"
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    And that is what keeps many coming back to PipesMagazine for more, thanks Kevin.

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    Another good series of questions and answers.

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    Great read Greg, thanks.

    I am a firm believer in gently dumping my ash before a relight. As you said,trying to relight through an inch of ash is just not practical. I also believe the flavors will be lost when trying to smoke through a pile of ash. I use the pick end of my tamper to stir my ash then carefully tilt the bowl making sure I do not lose any unsmoked tobacco, tamp gently, and then relight.

    Harris
    Posted 5 years ago #
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    Nice mailbag. I've always kept the ash in the bowl myself. If I remember correctly I believe Brian said he does the same thing on his podcast.

    Jordan

    "The trick is to enjoy life. Don't wish away your days, waiting for better ones ahead." - Marjorie Pay Hinckley
    Posted 5 years ago #

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