Well holy cow Bob good to see you back. Glad to see that things are doing better for you. Jud Robert Sharp wrote:Message 1 of 42 , Dec 1 3:46 AMView SourceWell holy cow Bob good to see you back.
Glad to see that things are doing better for you.
Robert Sharp <batfastard123@...> wrote: hello guys, I'm back after a long illness and a lot has happened. I
quit smoking altogether for a year, I had to, my O2 sats were shot
and my cardon monoxide and carbon dioxide levels were off the scale.
This wasn't from my pipes or cigars but a three pack a day habit of
cigarettes. But I Quit the Cigarettes and still occasionally have a
pipe or cigar now as to where, which I think was the original topic
of this thread. I no longer smoke in the house mainly because it's
not the same house! My Dad came into some money and decided to give
me part of my inheritance early, so I got a new home out of the
deal, complete with a nice wheelchair ramp and a deck to sit out on
and enjoy my little acre of backyard. So there is where I go to
smoke and watch the birds eating at the many feeders that we have
placed around the yard for them to gather at. I feel better now than
I have in years and now have some room to move around in, that old
house was so cramped I couldn't do anything. Heck I even got one
room turned into a workshop with my workbench and all my tools set
up, I might even try to make a pipe before it's over. I have truely
been given a new lease on life! Sorry for hijacking the thread,
God bless you all,
Robert L. Sharp
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Melvin Cates" <mel_cates@...>
> When the weather permits, outside on the patio by the fountain.
> John, this time of year it is either in the back room with a bookor
> in front of the tv in my recliner with a good football game.Speaking
> of which...tomorrow evening I will be watching #1 Mizzou taking ongood
> Oklahoma for the Big 12 Championship! Go TIGERS!
> --- In email@example.com, "John Offerdahl"
> <jkofferdahl@> wrote:
> > This time of year I enjoy sitting in my living room, watching a
> > football game, and enjoying a pipe. I have a big La-Z-Boy, mypipes
> > all nearby, and tobacco spread all around me. Of course, I alsosit
> > there in the Spring, Summer, and Fall.---------------------------------
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I have two smoaking places. One is a sort of beer garden that my wife and I set up. Actually, we ve just come in from there to get dinner ready. The other isMessage 42 of 42 , Jan 1, 2008View SourceI have two smoaking places. One is a sort of 'beer garden' that my
wife and I set up. Actually, we've just come in from there to get
The other is an outdoor setting just outside the front door on our
balcony. We live on the eastern fringe of Melbourne in the mountains
and have a view of part of the city and - almost at the horizon - the
Port Phillip Bay. On a clear day we can also see the mountains (the
You Yangs) on the other side of Port Phillip Bay.
We're in a bush setting so we get quite a bit of nature and wildlife
in our parts - parrots, eagles, cockatoos, wallabies, possums,
Lyrebirds, currawongs, magpies, kookaburras, wombats, owls, bats, etc.
Some mornings the King parrots will come down and feed right out of my
hand. I also like to sit outside at night and smoak my pipe while
looking at the city lights, the bats flying above us feeding on the
insects, the moon and stars, etc.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "hummbubba" <hummbubba@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, Mohamed Parker <helderberg40@>
> > Hi there Steve, I unfortunately have to smoke in the garage, I am
> not complaining as anywhere I can enjoy a pipefull is fine by me. I
> have a big garage and there is more than enough place for the space I
> need. Besides, I feel as if I can escape from it all when smoking, no
> phones etc, what a wonderful hobby we have
> Well, I have Mohamed's problem, sort of. My wife has developed asthma
> and cannot endure the pipe smoke, although she used to love the smell
> of it. Right now I have a small storage shed where I smoke, but this
> year we'll be building a new house, and I'll have my own smoking den,
> 12' x 15'. I can't wait!!!
> - Leroy
> > Steve Fallon <stbjfallon@> wrote: I am fortunate in
> that I was a pipe smoker before my wife and I even
> > started dating and she knew going into the deal that I was deep into
> > the hobby and not about to get out. She enjoys seeing me have so
> > much fun with my pipe smoking hobby and she loves the smell of my
> > pipe. I smoke anywhere I want to in the house as any man (or woman),
> > should. I do have an attached office and small warehouse at my home
> > for my ebay stuff, computer, etc, so I do spend a lot of time
> > smoking out here. Especially in the summer when the Texas heat makes
> > smoking outdoors impossible. In cooler weather, there's nothing like
> > sitting on the back poorch talking with my lovely wife and smoking a
> > favorite pipe.
> > Best,
> > Pipestud
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "papaduke444" <ldroot@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > With the weather turning to the cooler side, (my favorite time of
> > year)
> > > where do you smoke your pipe?
> > >
> > > I'm luckier then some I've spoken to I have a home office,
> > complete
> > > with my BIG cushiony chair, Pipe Racks and Cabinet, TV, PC, Air
> > > Cleaner, Window A/C Unit, and a reversed window fan pushing some
> > of the
> > > smoke outside.
> > >
> > > With all that, still my favorite place to smoke when it's "Brisk"
> > is on
> > > the porch or by the fire pit with some logs burning on a cold
> > night!
> > >
> > > Happy Holidays!
> > > Papa Duke
> > > www.PapaDuke.net
> > >
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