Scene: A lonely cowboy riding the open range. Headed nowhere in
particular, just drifting. Then, looming up in the distant horizon
a puff of smoke. Then another
What could it be, he wonders? As he
rides closer, his pulse quickens as he realizes that it might be a
tribe of Plains Indians. Are they friendly, or out for a quick
scalp? He trudges on bravely, yet nervous about the unknown ahead.
Just then, he catches a slight wiff
something like a fresh cow
pattie, or maybe an old pair of socks. It's been over a day since he
has had beans and though his unbathed body is especially ripe due to
the extremely hot Texas sun, he does not think that is it. He
wonders - maybe it's Old Paint, his trusty horse? All of a sudden,
a feeling of excitement comes as he realizes that the mystery smoke
and fragrance is really
a rich English blend in a fine briar! He
has found his oasis
the Briar Club's monthly meeting, right around
Tuesday, July 15 7:00 pm, Lewisville Up in Smoke.
Topics will include:
The clay pipe purchase a new source.
Collecting the rest of the funds needed for the UPCA membership.
Discuss the possibility of a Christmas Dinner let's start
discussing it now.
The Yahoo Forum a good place to post items to the club that you
might want to sell or trade.
Lots of goodies to win and trade.
This month's presentation:
A club discussion on storing/cellaring tobacco. Pros/Cons, methods,
time frames, etc.
Hope to see you all there.