Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 525

Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 525

Welcome to The Pipes Magazine Radio Show Episode 525! Our featured interview tonight is with Elisha Walker a.k.a. Trippy Piper on Instagram. In addition to pipe smoking, she loves drawing, and playing games. She’s just been smoking pipes for about six months now. However, she has been gaming since she was 13, and drawing since she was nine years old. In Pipe Parts, Brian will have Part II of a review of the gargantuan pipe collection. Sit back, relax with your pipe, and enjoy The Pipes Magazine Radio Show!

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Elisha Walker aka Trippy Piper
Elisha Walker aka Trippy Piper

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The Pipes Magazine Radio Show features interviews with pipe makers, tobacco blenders, pipe and tobacco aficionados, collectors, and more. Episodes air every Tuesday.

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2 Responses

  • Once again, I was blown away by Victor’s amazing collection.
    I was completely charmed and impressed by Elisha! Her intensity for and research into the art of pipe smoking will bode well for her growth and enjoyment of our shared passion. It is quite encouraging to hear from the newer and younger members of our community.
    As I have said before, Dan’s First Symphony is a marvelously rich piece of contemporary classical music, that is an absolute joy to experience.
    Your solutions to Jim’s concerns were spot-on, and your ideas for more written or video descriptions of pipes, directed to retailers and artisans, should be immediately implemented. Great suggestions!
    Thanks for another always entertaining show.

  • Okay, I was out for about a month. My computer shot craps after 12 years and I took my time in replacing it. Victor has a beyond an unbelievable pipe collection.
    Delightful interview with the Trippy Piper. Though her experience is very minimal it seems like she takes the hobby seriously. Nice to see in a new piper.
    Good luck on your suggestions to carvers and retailers. I support them but your track record in complaining to people hasn’t born a lot of fruit yet.

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