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JimInks

Sultan of Smoke
Aug 31, 2012
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Fed the ferals, and Molly Danger, who is eating more than usual. Well, she needs it because she's skinny. Anyway, work's done for the day and I am half way through this bowl of Watch City American Cut Plug Mixture in a year 2021 straight black sandblasted Peterson Ragaire 150 bulldog with a unmounted army mount tapered acrylic cumberland fish tail stem. This blend will be released in November.
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JimInks

Sultan of Smoke
Aug 31, 2012
62,574
595,970
Passing the quarter mark on this bowl of year 2022 Watch City Blue Ridge Special in a 2012 smooth reddish brown medium bend Peterson 03 Red Spray apple silver spigot with a tapered black acrylic fish tail stem. That'll do it for me today.
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condorlover1

Lifer
Dec 22, 2013
8,260
28,640
New York
Good Morning! September 1st and here we are on our way to autumn, days start getting shorter, weather cools down and the latest edition of The Farmer Almanac arrives on the doormat. Today I am kicking off my pipe adventures with a bowl of Brown Twist in this fun meerschaum pipe that has been a regular and dependable friend for many years. Note the Redmanol stem, hallmarked silver band dating the pipe to the early 20th century. The gentle lines and lack of 'cant' show this to be the 'cutty' for the 20th century man that puts it a world away from its 19th century cousins. Enjoy your morning coffee and remember from here it is but a slow slide to the Labor Day weekend.

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BlueRidge

Can't Leave
Dec 24, 2022
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low 50s this morning, smoking a home blend in the x160
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AroEnglish

Lifer
Jan 7, 2020
4,422
13,132
Midwest
Good Morning! September 1st and here we are on our way to autumn, days start getting shorter, weather cools down and the latest edition of The Farmer Almanac arrives on the doormat. Today I am kicking off my pipe adventures with a bowl of Brown Twist in this fun meerschaum pipe that has been a regular and dependable friend for many years. Note the Redmanol stem, hallmarked silver band dating the pipe to the early 20th century. The gentle lines and lack of 'cant' show this to be the 'cutty' for the 20th century man that puts it a world away from its 19th century cousins. Enjoy your morning coffee and remember from here it is but a slow slide to the Labor Day weekend.

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Can you tell me what the little nub at the bottom of cuttys are for? I’ve always wondered about it.
 
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