A third of the way through this bowl of Smoker’s Pride Mellow Taste in a $3.95 1977 medium bend unbranded Ropp Cherrywood poker style pipe with a vulcanite p-lip stem made for me by Basil Meadows. Haven't smoked this pipe in many years, but Basil made me a new stem for it so I can smoke it again. This smoke will get me to dinner time.
Dunhill shell 'Quaint' - plucked from the 'odd shape' drawer at the Duke Street flagship store - group 3 - 1981 - sitting in a Dunhill cast pewter single pipe rest made in London by Crown & Rose + 50% modern Dunhill 965 mix (from 2007) and 50% Dunhill straight Latakia (from around 1980):-
Just finishe dinner. 12oz steak, loaded baked potato, steamed broccoli, and a Miller Lite High Life with two pieces of Doves Dark Chocolate for desert. Now enjoing some Peterson Nightcap in a Rossi 8122.
Enjoyed a wonderful salad, pork chops and sugar snap green peas dinner with strawberries for dessert. Close to finishing this bowl of Wilke Surbrug’s 71th Street in a light brown 1979 rusticated medium bend Italian Sir Jeffrey Dublin (GBD second) sitter with a flared top and yellow saddle stem.
Enjoyed a tasty navel orange, and am a quarter of the way through this bowl of Ken Byron Ventures Crimson Guard in a post WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Dublin straight smooth X155 Bulldog with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem. Watching Longstreet, a one season TV series I haven't seen in about fifty years. Suzie's watching with me on my lap, while Molly is snoozin' on m'lady's lap. Cats have different ways of being entertained.