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  • Started 5 years ago by thesmokingtexan
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  1. thesmokingtexan

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    I thought it would be cool to see some views of what your pipe sees. Here's my afternoon walk.

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    Very cool. I'm going to do a couple of those and post them next week.

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    Haha! I love it! Looks like a happy cob

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    Yes if only a cob could smile

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    Your cob has some nice country to gaze upon! Thanks for sharing.

    "Be seeing you"


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    What part of Texas? Looks awfully like my part of the world....

    Jesus said to him "I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." - John 14:6
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    Cool I'm gonna post of one those if I remember tomorrow! Great idea!!!!. Man all yall are smoking those MM cobs. I'm gonna have to get one now. I'm going to Gatlinburg in the Morning if my back will let me walk to the truck!

    "Palmam Qui Meruit Ferat"
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    If you have a cvs near they have the MM Washington cob on sale for less than 2 bucks

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    Another fine afternoon this time with my new Nording Churchwarden

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    This is really cool! Hopefully I can go to my favorite place in the mountains and do one for everbody.

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    double post

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    That would be an awesome shot. That is what I was thinking different scenic or city views from around the world

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    Front porch in Philadelphia

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    Nice looking chairs and foliage. Looks like a good spot to relax.

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    I'm getting a new haul in from P and C tomorrow, I'll try to get a good picture of one of my favorite smoke spots.

    "Greatness is not in where we stand, but in what direction we are moving, we must sail sometimes with the wind
    and sometimes against it- but sail we must, and not drift, nor lie at anchor."
    -Oliver Wendell Holmes
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    Nice country! I want to joke about where the pipe's eyes are located above its bowl, but I won't be that tiresome.

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    That's a nice view you have there Zach.

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    Nice looking chairs and foliage. Looks like a good spot to relax. -thesmokingtexan

    That's a nice view you have there Zach. -yazamitaz

    more than a few bowls have had that view

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    I have always wanted a large front porch and that one has to be pretty big if it has that table on it.

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    Them there cotton fields lookin might good.... Yep

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    . Installer installing laminate in my 100 yr old home, the view is not what it's cracked up to be.

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    Well, right now...

    Are those Tobacco Brownies?
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    LOL! Just "Say No!" to crack Bradley.

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    Lol

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    Too funny!!!

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    This is a pretty cool thread, I can already tell it is going to be quite the fun one!

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    I like this thread, so many fun POVs. I was going out to mow the lawn with a cob clenched in my teeth, and I thought well, this would work. So here I am on the mower starting on a crappy section of our yard infested with moles.

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    That grass is green all I have now is brown Bermuda grass

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    I didn't have a wi-fi connection all week, but here are a few POV shots from South Padre Island, Texas.


    Bulldog view, looking North from the condo.


    Freehand view, looking West across the bay.


    Billiard view, looking West, just after sunset, with the fishing lights on.

    RLTW!
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    Looks like a great time, Ranger

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    That last picture is awesome. You were only about 2 hours south of me.

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    Im really liking this thread!

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    Still have to say that Bradley really cracks me up.

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    Beautiful landscape.

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    Flash flood gold panning trip into the Bradshaw Mountains before work today:

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    Hey Smoking. Whereabouts in S. Texas are you? My wife's family lives in and around Lytle, Devine, Natalia, Hondo, around 40 miles or so SW of San Antonio

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    Kingsville area. I did live Houston until about a two years ago and then me and my wife bugged out of there cause the population kept increasing at an alarming rate.

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    Cobguy that is indeed a wonderful looking location for a pipe

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    Nice pics,except for the one of the cotton field-- I still have nightmares about the "cotton fields back home" !!

    Bradley, I think maybe you are just a bit cracked!!

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    My day at Half Moon Bay

    Was a little too windy, even w/ a wind cap- pipe smoked a bowl of Gaslight on its own in about 15 minutes
    Girlfriend's booty

    Sunset

    And finally a pano

    "There's nothing quite like tobacco: it's the passion of decent folk, and whoever lives without tobacco doesn't deserve to live."

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    ^your girlfriends "booty" looks more like a thigh to me

    Just joking around. Nice photos, looks like a beautiful day

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    Wow that is a beautiful beach shot but where is all the beach tar, tire tracks, and seaweed? O that isn't a Texas beach

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    I don't know if it counts because I didn't have a pipe in the pic but I did just get done smoking a pipe. Here is the view out of the Omni in Corpus Christi. Nice view but they will not allow me to smoke in the room so I had to go down to ground level to smoke.

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    James I know those nightmares when it comes to toting a sack through cotton fields....can you image growing up in a town called Cottonport...how much cotton I've picked in my life...

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    I thought I would try and post my first pic and this seems like a good forum to do it in.

    I walked up the hill behind my house today. Alas it was a little foggy on the strait today so I did not get a view of the coast mountains but it was still a very pleasant view. Looking north on Vanvouer Island, BC.

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    Nice view fmgee. I miss the arbutus trees on the island. Lived in Duncan for about 5 years. Loved the walk up mt. Tzouhalem. Not quite the same scenery in Nova Scotia.

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    I am in the process of moving and while contemplating boxing up the shop I snapped this pic:

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    Couldn't help but revive this thread. Glorious day here in the Pacific Northwest so I enjoyed some 4th Generation 1882 in my Rattrays Lowland #48 on the hill behind my house

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    fmgee, what a beautifull view to use as a revival of this great thread. Wish I was there puffing my pipe too.

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    Coal and I taking in some sun in the backyard.

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    Hahaha Brad! That´s what we call a "bricklayers cleavage" here in Germany.

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    Love this thread and definitely plan to contribute as soon as I figure out how to hold my camera and my pipe in my mouth at the same time???

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    Beautiful black lab sidious!

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    Thanks @homewaters. She does look very much like a black lab but her father is a Catahoula and her mother is a Bullmastiff/Boxer cross.

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    Hawaii - Quick phone pic

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    These are hysterical. Anyone up to do video? A pipe navigating the world, especially if it had a voice-over, could be massively entertaining.

    "My own experience has been that the tools I need for my trade are paper, tobacco, food, and a little whiskey." -- William Faulkner

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    Jay, do you live in a tiny house? Or is that just the inlaws suite? Neat little place though!

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    Ha! Thanks - that's the garden shed. Might be in line to become my winter smoking quarters, though.

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