Hi, I thought this was interesting to share.
As the number one tobacco producer and consumer, a Museum was rather obvious.
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Here's a little something you Gearheads might enjoy !
I went yesterday as part of a vendor show for my local Elec. Supplier,
if your in the B'ham area and into bikes or just want to kill some time
this is a great place to go !
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So, I'm a newby and I went to purchase my first humidor today.
Without knowing what I was really getting I was sold the large black romeo y julieta museum edition humidor. HOWEVER, the autographed picture was removed and of course, no cigars as I was just buying a humidor. It however does...
Is anybody interested in splitting a box of the RyJ museums?
price is 750 shipped for the box. meaning $20 and some change per cigar, plus shipping from buyer to you.
I'm willing to run this, but also understand if people want a slightly more 'senior' member with more trades under the belt...
Does anyone know anything about these cigars? My B&M just got two boxes of them in, and I have to say it's a frickin' gorgeous setup. Each box holds 36 cigars and is a collectible humidor. It's totally black gloss on the outside, but on the inside lid is a signed, numbered, 3D painting by...
I just remembered a site I found awhile ago with all kinds of neat info on cigars. I googled it and rediscovered it again, really a great site.
They got some pretty funny stuff too like "worst brand names," including King Dodo, Coffin...
I happened to be in the area again today (the NRA Headquarters in Fairfax, VA) so thought I should stop in, it's been a while. Awesome place, if you're ever in the area (and like guns of course!) be sure to stop in, the collection is great and well worth it. The Theodore Roosevelt collection...
Be sure to explore this site, some really cool stuff on here.
I was looking for this guys email address so I could invite him to the board but just cant seem to find it.
Anyway some great info an very cool photos....
The other day I went to the United States Marine Corp Museum in Quantico Virginia. Quantico is one of the main bases for Marine Officer training and located about 25-30 miles south of Washington DC. The museum is located right off I-95 and very easy to access. Its open every day except...
I'm sorry if this has been posted before...But I was overwhelmed!:)
I found the "Definitions" section....quite useful for a "Young Ape"...such as myself..lol.
Not sure if this has ever been posted but I know I never saw it here previous but if so I apologize.
Was reading the latest issue of Cigar Magazine this morning and spotted this article which included a link to a great website. Very informative and interesting stuff. Check it out...