Hey guys, sorry about being so absent lately. I have been through a few things. I lost my job due to the loss of a major client at the firm and took some time to reflect on life. Rather than going back to the grind I am starting a company that I have thought about for years. In the meantime, a local B&M had a Kaywoodie night before a big trunk show so I finally separated my Kaywoodie pipes from the stable to see what I had. 100 years of the Kaywoodie name just passed in February, and I have pipes of nearly every era so I brought them to display. 1919 was the first Kaywoodie and my earliest is a 1927 with very large stinger and the push tenon. These are from 1927, the first 8 years, right up to the Anniversary pipes made weeks ago. My daughter is modeling them because she loves looking through the collection. I hope you all have been doing alright.