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post #17351 of 24115 Old 07-27-2019, 08:58 PM
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I got a tin of the Special Reserve last year. Haven't gotten around to smoking it yet If I remember correctly its a big fat plug so if you plan on smoking it soon now is the time to cut some off and let it dry.
It is a brick, I could feel it move in the can.
My method is 10 seconds once or twice in the nuke, then 10 minutes to wait, a lot dryer and no relights or gurgling.

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Relaxing after a wonderful porterhouse steak, mashed potatoes, and sweet corn dinner with a hot fudge sundae for dessert. Now smoking Bald Headed Teacher in a medium brown, smooth octagonal paneled bowl and shank, medium bend 2016 Tim West Book Keeper 6 with a black acrylic saddle stem. Watching the Braves-Phillies game.
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What's in your bowl?

@JimInks invited me to join you fine people on the pipe side, so I'll try to spend more time over here.

Russ' Pirate's Cove in the favorite of my 2 pipes.


Drinking Diet Coke. Saving the hard stuff until a little later.


Arizona - But, it's a dry heat!!!
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Now smoking Wilke #515 in a 1998 smooth straight Butz-Choquin Bistro 1501 pot with a black vulcanite saddle stem.
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WCC Simply Red in a Smooth Cellini Bulldog
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Plum Pudding Special Reserve in a Butz-Choquin Roquebrune 1710 bent Dublin sitter. Great combo, just my style.

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@JimInks invited me to join you fine people on the pipe side, so I'll try to spend more time over here.

Russ' Pirate's Cove in the favorite of my 2 pipes.


Drinking Diet Coke. Saving the hard stuff until a little later.


Arizona - But, it's a dry heat!!!
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Part way through this bowl of Germainís 1820 in a 1990s smooth Peterson Captain Pete XL80 bulldog with a black vulcanite stem and p-lip.
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About half way through this bowl of Jim's Va/Bur in a 2015 Basil Meadows Bing Crosby Merchant Service replica with a smooth straight thin shank, aluminum band and black ebonite stem.
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Listing this a few minutes early so I can concentrate on work for a while: McClelland 5100 in a smooth straight WW2 Pre-Republic Peterson Sterling Canadian with a sterling silver band and a black vulcanite p-lip stem.
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A bowl of EGR in my Twain cob while driving home from Sonoma Raceway and the Top Fuel Drag races, earlier.
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