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  • Started 4 years ago by leacha
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  1. leacha

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    ...for Carter Hall, cob pipes and coffee.

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    Glad you have the magic moment. I really need to stop and smell the roses.

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    Life's little pleasures mean a lot. Enjoy.

    Blowin' smoke since 1970.
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    Looks like a totally relaxing moment.

    Eric
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    +2 for the Carter Hall and the coffee!

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    That's a pretty sweet combination -- chair on the patio, black coffee and CH in a cob. Life is good.

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    How big a difference does the pipe cover make?

    Does the cover greatly expand your possibilities or is it just modifier on something that could still be managed otherwise?

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    Never had Carter Hall but a pipe and coffee is always a treat.

    On the topic of wind screens I thought it would be very beneficial to me, living in the open plains and all, but I found it reduces air intake making it more difficult for air flow and the bowl goes out a lot more. I've pretty much given up on mine.

    Jordan

    "The trick is to enjoy life. Don't wish away your days, waiting for better ones ahead." - Marjorie Pay Hinckley
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    How big a difference does the pipe cover make?
    None to me. Just a wind screen to keep your bowl from getting to hot and burning out your pipe. Great investment for a couple bucks...

    "the weez"...
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    Carter Hall is one of those common things that eventually gets overlooked, perhaps due to it being common(?).

    I like it with Budweiser...ok, I like all tobacco with Budweiser.

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    I'm pretty interested in some info on that cover myself. ease of use and removal. something that may come in handy in the wind or that "loaded for later" pipe bouncing around in the truck

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    I live in a windy area, at least it seems when I go out for a smoke. One of the main advantages of the screen is it prevents ash and embers from flying out. Of course you could cup your hand over the pipe but Im also a clencher and I like to have my tablet with me. It is easy on and off and I do not have any problems with air restriction or heat build up.

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    What a wonderful picture depicting one of the moments we (should) all live for. You've got your priorities straight, leacha.

    ...And to think, it doesn't require a $500 artisan pipe, or a $20 tin of boutique tobacco.

    I find myself sitting idly on the line dividing past and future,
    as if I could kill time without injuring eternity. -- Thoreau
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    I love me some Carter Hall. One of my go to tobacco almost every day. Don't smoke a cob but drink to much coffee. Great pic and good times!!

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    ...And to think, it doesn't require a $500 artisan pipe, or a $20 tin of boutique tobacco.

    My sentiments exactly.
    A good cob or a $500+ pipe.... same end result.
    Life can be simple if you choose it to be.

    ~I started out with nothing, and still have most of it.~
    Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company. Mark Twain
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    ...And to think, it doesn't require a $500 artisan pipe, or a $20 tin of boutique tobacco.

    Right on Phil. Got a cob loaded with Frenchy's Sunza Bitches right now.

    tinner

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