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    Nice pipes!
    Please take part and post in the thread Pipe of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eTom View Post
    Nice pipes!
    Please take part and post in the thread Pipe of the day.
    I already am

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickedNsliced View Post
    this is really a topic for the "finer things in life" section of the forums, but i don't know how threads get moved so I'll just reply here.

    Mod power!

    I've moved this one to the finer things forum. If you guys do want to move a thread you can let us know using the report post button and put a message to move the thread in there, or drop one of us a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubear View Post
    Mod power!

    I've moved this one to the finer things forum. If you guys do want to move a thread you can let us know using the report post button and put a message to move the thread in there, or drop one of us a PM.
    Thanks- you're our Power-Mod

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    I enjoy smoking a pipe here and there. I tend to favor Danish pipes, especially freehands. I have a few Karl Erik's that I really like, two Stanwells, and one... that I can never remember the name of, but it's a beautiful straight grain bridge pipe.

    I mostly like English blends; I am lucky enough to live near a shop that has a great match to Dunhill's Early Morning, which is probably my favorite. Their 965 is also quite good, as are several of their other house blends. JimmyHAD was also kind enough to forward me about 1 pound of GH Pensioner's Blend, and that has been a fun change of pace. One bag is definitely stronger than the other, but I like them both.

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    I too enjoy an occassional pipe. As far as pipes go, I have a Jirsa, nording, Stanwell, a no-name, and a few cobs. My blend of choice is the VaPers (Escudo is alway near the top of my list), but enjoy an aromatic here and there as well.

    Regarding the Dunhill tobaccos, I understand that they are re-distributing them in the USA now, or in the very near future, so hoepfully we can get our 965, earling morning, and light flake stocks back up to par.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye5 View Post
    My favorite pipes are, no doubt, considered trash by many. I've not seen one in the 'pipe of the day' thread or even seen them mentioned. In fact they are not all that attractive, but they are effective.

    They also have a spot in my memory as I can recall my father having one.

    What is this pipe? The Falcon. To make it even more old school, I often smoke Velvet in them.

    In addition I have several Dunhill and Peterson pipes I enjoy, and partake of various tobacco blends that include Perique and Latakia.
    I to smoke a Falcon, also a Petersen, corn cob, a very long stem cherrywood pipe that holds about a 1/3 of a tin of baccy !!

    cheers/

    There is a pipe smokers forum, have a look on my personal page

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    Keep yo hoss well shod an yo powdah dry !

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    Quote Originally Posted by heelerau View Post
    I to smoke a Falcon, also a Petersen, corn cob, a very long stem cherrywood pipe that holds about a 1/3 of a tin of baccy !!

    cheers/

    There is a pipe smokers forum, have a look on my personal page

    cheers
    yes I have a couple of Falcon, they are easy to clean, and bring back memories of my Dad. So your from Gidgy! Know it well as a kid from Kalamunda.

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    Pipe of the day is a fun thread. Also I hang out some at this forum http://pipesmagazine.com/

    I've been smoking pipes since 1971. I have several brands I like like Dunhill, Ashton and well as normally priced pipes like older 1920's Kaywoodies, Old Les Woods before he started Ferndown. I made a few that turned out well.
    Tobacco--Pensance, C&D Cross Eyed Cricket, McClellend Bombay Extra, Dark Star, GL Pease Haddos Delight, oh yea Frog Morton all the blends of that one.

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    [QUOTE=Gunner777;667897]Pipe of the day is a fun thread. Also I hang out some at this forum Pipe Tobacco :: Smoking Pipes - Pipe Smoking Info & Advice :: Tobacco Pipes[QUOTE]

    Gunner, here is another place... These guys are down to earth and there is alot of "gifting" that goes on... Also there is a "Box Pass"... Free Tobacco!!!

    PipeChat - Index

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