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tvolball
Posted 11/8/2018 6:58 PM (#755811)
Subject: First Pipe



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Got my first pipe today. Been wanting to try it for a while. It a Missouri Meerschaum Bent Washington.

Also ordered a few 1oz sample bags of tobacco. Lane 1-Q, Scotty's Trout Stream, and Scotty's Butternut Burley.

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shakinghorizons
Posted 11/8/2018 7:24 PM (#755812 - in reply to #755811)
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Posted 11/8/2018 7:51 PM (#755813 - in reply to #755811)
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I bought a corncob a couple years ago. Smoked it a half dozen times. Just never got into it even though just like every other hobby I jumped right in and bought several tins of tobacco and even got a couple fancy pipes. It wasn't that I didn't enjoy it, just a lot of work and takes time to get the hang of so you're not constantly relighting.

Now that it's below freezing again I should break it out again. smoke some of the tobacco I've got "aging"
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05Venturer
Posted 11/9/2018 10:38 AM (#755829 - in reply to #755811)
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Scotty's Butternut Burley is a favorite of mine.
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Posted 11/9/2018 11:11 AM (#755830 - in reply to #755811)
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I've tried many times, had custom pipes made, but ultimately ended up giving it up due to not packing a bowl correctly. The relights, the frustration, etc and I just couldn't do it anymore.

If I had someone local to sit down and really teach me (youtube failed me many times), I would pick it back up in a heartbeat.
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