Starting off this month with a bowl of Wilke Hearth of Galway in an undated smooth straight medium brown made in France Saillard Lord Clerit lumberman with a black vulcanite saddle stem. This pipe is a very good work pipe.
Just passing the half way mark on this bowl of Low Country Pipe & Cigar Natural Virginia & Burley in a 2020 straight black sandblasted Merchant Service “Bing” Standard with a nickel band and black vulcanite tapered stem.
Enjoyed a tasty golden delicious apple, and am half way through this bowl of D&R Penhooker Silver in a straight smooth brown undated pre-republic Peterson Shamrock 263 Canadian with a nickel band and a black tapered vulcanite p-lip stem.
Enjoyed a tasty jazz apple, and am smoking first release Watch City Rouxgaroux in a smooth medium bend 2021 Peterson POTY Natural 4AB No. 6/500 military mount with a silver cap and a tapered black vulcanite AB stem. Finally finished this Betty and Veronica story. I'll start on the next one tomorrow night. Ice water and bergs is my drink.
Last smoke of the day is Watch City Original Crumb Cut in a 1950s-60s straight smooth brown Bertram 07 octagonal paneled billiard with a square shank and a tapered black vulcanite stem. Bertrams are very good smokers and go for reasonable prices.
Happy April fools Day! I am about to indulge in a bowl of Erindale which is Erimore and Ennerdale mixture in late 19th century, maybe early 1900s BBB meerschaum 'cutty' pipe which I really have not smoked enough but I am starting to give it my attention.
Good morning. Smoking now, in a MM General pipe, loaded to the eyebrows, Amphora Full. And a glass of red wine, before lunch. Today I am working in the afternoon shift. I wish you guys a happy weekend.
Couldn't sleep, so I'm smoking year 2015 Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem in the military mount style. Ice water and bergs is my drink.