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50 degrees in the burgh today, snow on Sunday. Happy IPSD!
What are you doing with two such illuminaries in the pipe world? You had well thought out questions that hit some key areas for all pipe collectors and people in the hobby. Questions that I would want to ask them at a show.
Your rant [...]
Camminetto pipes are nice pipes. They smoke well and can be still found at a good price. A fire takes care of everything!
Nate King - I do not have any of his pipes - not yet. Interesting interview. I agree, the Chicago Show is a great experience.
Let me smoke my pipe - again, [...]
Since I like VAs only, w/o Perique, I can’t comment on your findings or recommendation, but the suggestion makes sense.
Your interview with Scrapp Huntington, as usual, was very interesting. Interesting and unusual. The brotherhood of the briar includes a wide spectrum of people. A man of many talents.
Just like the wide spectrum of [...]
Nice summation on the tasting of the Escudo. You need some 20 years on a tin.
Jody Davis! Great interview. I have one of his pipes and it is a favorite. He gave a lot of good advice that some of the newer carvers should hear. I look forward someday to have [...]
Nice observations on the three Escudo tins from different time periods. I will be curious to see what you think once you smoke them. We will be doing the same with old Crown Achievement and the new Crown Achievement (once I get a tin) as it is about the only latakia blend I [...]