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ladogawalt
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30 Oct 2013, 22:50 #21

Here I am on a beautiful fall afternoon smoking my Oom Paul pipe by Boswell.  The beard and hair were last trimmed in June 2012...  Don't plan to quit growing anytime soon!!



 
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bhster
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07 Nov 2013, 02:30 #22

Nice Boswell. I have a couple of them. I like a good pipe just like the rest of you. I like the Virginias. Boswell makes a great Cherry Smash tobacco. My favorite pipe is my long lap pipe that has an inscription from 1853.
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13 Nov 2013, 19:19 #23

I find I like the chubby pot poker type. Moretti pipes are just too expensive to buy without knowing if smoking will truly become a part of my life. Any ideas on other pipe artists that make similar good smoking pipes? Also I'm a fan of aromatic sweet smoke, any suggestions?
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Arc
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17 Nov 2013, 19:29 #24

Hi great to see there are some beardies that smoke pipes too. Heres my pipe collection. 

From the top, Petersons silver band, Dr Plumb, Hand carved Meerschaum Lion Head, two 18-19 century clay pipes. The 7.5 clay smokes really well. 
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beardedmuso
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18 Nov 2013, 08:47 #25

I smoke a quality Cuban cigar every now and then, but not on a regular basis. The last time I smoked one was in 2010.
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19 Nov 2013, 07:44 #26

A fine Cuban cigar is very nice. One of my favorite is Monte Cristo. I haven't smoked myself for awhile though, I will be getting some fine pipe tobacco soon. I smoke my pipes for a period of time each year like a month of more, what ever takes my fancy. Then stop,I do not have a addictive personality.
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19 Nov 2013, 11:20 #27

Monte christo are my favorites as well, though the last cigar I smoked was a Cohiba cigar (the ones Fedel Castro was so fond of) and it wasn't half bad, they aren't as mild as your typical montechristo cigar.
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28 Dec 2013, 14:56 #28


Pipe smoker here! While I have a few Petes and a Sav, etc, the bulk of my pipes are classic OTC American estate pipes that I've refinished. My tobaccos likewise are usually OTC. Favorites: Dr. Grabow, Kaywoodie, Willard, Middleton's Walnut and Middleton's Cherry Blend tobacco. That's a Grabow Free Hand in the pic. Seeing as it's an indoor pic, it's probably Cherry Blend, or SWRA in the bowl.
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ladogawalt
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31 Dec 2013, 01:08 #29

Wildcat, great to see another pipe smoker here!
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02 Jan 2014, 02:45 #30

ladogawalt wrote:
Wildcat, great to see another pipe smoker here!
Glad to be here, thanks! That Oom is killer!
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02 Jan 2014, 22:42 #31

Used to have a Petersen Sherlock Holmes and a few Savinelli, but now I like corn cob pipe from Missouri.
I generally smoke Kentucky Bird tobacco.
Not an everyday smoker anyway, just when I'm in the mood.
Valete!
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BlondeBeard1
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24 Mar 2014, 23:54 #32

A few of my newer ones:


My bearding milestones [*]when I stopped saying "I'm growing a beard" and started saying "I have beard" [*]when i quit comparing my beard to others, particularly models [*]when i quit thinking "I wish my beard looked like his" [*]when i accepted my beard

Don't give up on a patchy beard too soon

6 months of weak/patchy sides evolution in just one post
my journey. 6 months of journey pics, all posted at once
blonde beards, post your pics on the blonde beards thread
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Gujegu
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30 Mar 2014, 19:48 #33

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Last edited by Gujegu on 03 May 2014, 21:52, edited 2 times in total.
 [color=RGBA(255, 255, 255, 0)]Check out my beard journey:[/color] http://jefffsbeardboard.yuku.com/topic/23427
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31 Mar 2014, 01:53 #34

Does a hookah count? LOL I mean, it has a pipe/hose. :P

You guys look great with your beards and pipes!
"Your beard is as epic as you believe it is.  Your dedication to your beard is what counts, and whether it is the most lengthy of wizard beards, or the most wispy of Old-Chinese-Guy beards, a beard is a beard and you should be equally proud of it.  To shave is like announcing your conformist ways to society.  It's like telling God, 'Hey, you made a mistake.  I fixed it for you.'  Unless you want to piss off God, you don't say that." -Anonymous Internet User
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BlondeBeard1
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31 Mar 2014, 04:44 #35

Was at a pipe show this weekend, picked up this RC Sands.. I have a few of his, he often makes some neat stuff at good prices. He called this one "Big Gnarly Boy"


My bearding milestones [*]when I stopped saying "I'm growing a beard" and started saying "I have beard" [*]when i quit comparing my beard to others, particularly models [*]when i quit thinking "I wish my beard looked like his" [*]when i accepted my beard

Don't give up on a patchy beard too soon

6 months of weak/patchy sides evolution in just one post
my journey. 6 months of journey pics, all posted at once
blonde beards, post your pics on the blonde beards thread
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ladogawalt
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08 Apr 2014, 23:42 #36



 Here I am with my Grizzly pipe by JM Boswell.  It is massive!
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63rdOVI
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16 Apr 2014, 17:06 #37

Here's a Peterson silver-banded bent (among my many Petersons, Savinellis, and others) that I alternate with my humidor of cigars:
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BourbonNcigars
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17 Apr 2014, 01:53 #38

I smoke a pipe. Mostly in winter. Cigars the rest of the year. No action pics, though.
Currently trying to break the trimming habit.
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PMKinFTW
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28 Apr 2014, 18:14 #39

Years ago I used to manage a tobacco store, so I have a few pipes.
This one is my favorite.
It's a Erik Nording, a Danish pipe maker

"If you want to look like the people next door, you're probably smothering yourself and your dreams." ~ Clive Barker
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beardedgaz
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29 Apr 2014, 19:16 #40

i am quite new to pipe smoking do u use filters in your pipes or just as it comes please i have a lot of problems with my pipe going out 
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