I got lucky because the hard storm passed, and the sun came out and dried the street so I was able to do a second set of walking reps. It was like being in a steam bath, but I'm going off my diet this evening, so whatever weight I lost didn't die in vain. Close to finishing this bowl of Seattle Pipe Club Deception Pass plug in a smooth straight brown late 1930s Linkman’s Dr. Grabow Deluxe Bruyere 9703B pot with a nickel accent and a black tapered vulcanite stem.
L. J. Peretti’s Royal in a GBD Granitan Canadian. (BTW, in case any of you were wondering how long you can smoke a pipe before it gets worn out, I bought this one in November, 1969, at the Ala Moana Mall in Honolulu, back when they had a pipe shop there. 50 + years. And it’s still going strong.
Getting the weekend started with Watch City Rhythm and Blues in a MM Emerald. My wife has requested “something strong” to sip on after a particularly tough work day, so some Alberta Premium cask strength rye to help soothe some jangled nerves. Cheers!
Half way through the last of my open stash of KBV Father’s Day in a post-1964 black sandblasted medium bend Parker Super BriarBark 109 group 4 bulldog with a tapered black vulcanite stem. I mylared a little of it for later.