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    Down in Berryville Arkansas hanging out and shooting with Bill Wilson and Ken Hackathorn, just finished a bowl of Old Joe Krantz in a Castello Castello. Doesn't get any better than this. Heading home in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apipeguy View Post
    Down in Berryville Arkansas hanging out and shooting with Bill Wilson and Ken Hackathorn, just finished a bowl of Old Joe Krantz in a Castello Castello. Doesn't get any better than this. Heading home in the morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apipeguy View Post
    Down in Berryville Arkansas hanging out and shooting with Bill Wilson and Ken Hackathorn, just finished a bowl of Old Joe Krantz in a Castello Castello. Doesn't get any better than this. Heading home in the morning.

    Lucky Dude! Sounds like my kind of day!!
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    Default Saturday Clean-Up

    Well, today was the town spring cleanup so I was outside loading the truck up with old picnic tables and engines that no longer worked and brought them to the town dump for $5. That calls for a knock around pipe.

    A Stanwell Zebrano, i smoked this pipe and this pipe alone for years. It is a great little pipe. Beat up but still smokes great. The Dunhill flake was meh much like the weather today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EMC45 View Post
    Lucky Dude! Sounds like my kind of day!!
    I kind of thought you might reply, just walked in the door after a 13 hour drive home. In my recliner with a Sea Rock filled with Haunted Bookshop. Fantastic trip but it is always nice to get home.
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    Ser Jacapo Emeraldo. I forget what he called this shape. Great smoker, with Nightcap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    Ser Jacapo Emeraldo. I forget what he called this shape. Great smoker, with Nightcap.

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    A beautiful pipe Jimmy! I love the "gem" series. Smokingpipes has a sapphire one currently listed a bit over a grand. Out of my league but a stunning pipe IMO. I really like the grain on your pipe Jimmy. Very nice.
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    Default Savinelli day

    The pipe is a Savinelli tortuga on a bed of some whole leaf Latakia. The tool in the foreground is a Savinelli Fitsall reamer. Without a doubt the best reamer I have ever used (and I have used them all). It is versatile and fits all bowls. Easy to use and gets the cake perfectly even. It does require more skill then the Senior or Castelford pipe reamers but it is also more controllable. I wish Savinelli still made these. Anyhow, thanks for looking and listening to my morning thoughts. Have a great day men.

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    No picture unfortunately.

    Working from home today so took a smoke break. Went to the garden with a cob full of alsbro cherry, and did some hoeing of the wifes raised boxes.

    Quite like a little smoke of the cob whilst doing work in the garden lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGeek View Post
    No picture unfortunately.

    Working from home today so took a smoke break. Went to the garden with a cob full of alsbro cherry, and did some hoeing of the wifes raised boxes.

    Quite like a little smoke of the cob whilst doing work in the garden lol.

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