Watch City's Old Dominion in a Sav silver spigot apple.
Something interesting- Comoy's makes walking canes. I have to use one now and the wooden ones I made are too....sturdy. Translate that to heavy. I'm going w/ carbon fiber-light and strong. Here are their canes, and I gotta tell you some look uncomfortable and some look unusable. Overpriced as well. And if they're anything like this paint can of Cask #2 they will bite. https://www.fashionablecanes.com/comoys-of-london-unique-canes.html
I’m smoking Dark Plug in a pipe that Bannard made me (one of two) maybe eight years ago.
It was the first time I tried to quit Copenhagen, I needed something quick that was terribly stout (to carry in my pants pocket at work) but with a bowl big enough to hold some tobacco.
This thing has (conservatively) 2000 smokes through it, has been treated worse than my ex wives, and hasn’t skipped a beat.
About a third of a bowl left of year 2014 Edward G. Robinson's Pipe Blend in a 2014 Basil Meadows smooth slight bend squashed tomato with an aluminum band and a black pearl acrylic stem. Simply Apple is my drink. Up too durn early on this rainy day, but Molly was crying for attention and food, so I fed her... almost to the lions, the li'l punk!!!
Just finished a bowl of Storm Front in a MM Country Gentleman started on the patio. In a rare stroke of luck it started raining really hard right *after* I rolled out the bin for trash day. That may use up all my "luck" for today.
A quarter of the way through this bowl of Wilke No. 184 in a 2002 Caminetto J.N.C.C. Spool three quarter bend flat top and bottom with sandblast in-between and a tapered black acrylic stem. Now, Suzy wants to eat, and she's much easier to deal with this morning because she wasn't finicky. The lions didn't eat her.
Opened a tin of Peterson Special Reserve yesterday. I just bought it in February so I mistakenly thought I was getting the 2018 version. Turns out it was from 2016. It was very dry.
I smoked two bowls yesterday and was left unimpressed. The rest is going through a rehydration process.