Re: Morning Smoke 10/9/10
- From: Mouse <mice42@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 09 Oct 2010 08:11:07 -0400
On 10/9/2010 7:39 AM, Ed Duncan wrote:
On Oct 9, 7:15 am, Knacker<ivan...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Oct 9, 11:32 am, Jim Murray<jim.murr...@Use-Author-Supplied-
Address.invalid> wrote:On 10/9/2010 6:04 AM, Allen Lloyd wrote:
Morning ASP ...
48 degrees in east ohio with the usual morning fog. Loaded up some
Renaissance in a Sea Rock for a first smoke. Coffee alongside. About
to have bacon and eggs. Hope everyone is back on line with Google
Whats in your pipe this morning?
"Having gathered these facts, Watson, I smoked several pipes over
them, trying to separate those which were crucial from others which
were merely incidental."
I'm puffing on a Jelling Dublin packed with 3 Oaks Syrian...on my second
cup of coffee.
It's 56° here in upstate New York, just outside Schenectady, NY. It's
suppose to be a fine
fall weather day...sunny and in the upper 50's. Great apple picking
Some of my mixing jar in an 1/8th bent Falcon - with some brown rope
to kick start the day - and a mug of coffee. Cool and overcast here.- Hide quoted text -
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morning greets all from 49, overcast Western NY. DGT '05 BBBB
(BillBaileyBalkanBlend) in RadiciRind with "square root stem" as
somebody called it, juice/meds/read sports section while dog's
outside. Much to do before major surgery on 10/14. Dog walk sometime
with Sancho Panza 6x48 for added company. For now, back to sleep
Ed Duncan, Batavia, NY
pipe since '62, brain addled/mindless forever
Here it's Bosun Cut Plug in a Shalom Belge.
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