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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Welcome to 2012 and Pipe #3

So the holidays are over and it's time to get back to life as usual, ha, as if life is ever usual! Anyhow hope you all had a merry Christmas and a happy new years. Well now it is time to leave the festivities and distractions behind and return the pure and important things in life and by that I of course mean pipes, tobaccos, brews and other such glorious things. Along with my greetings into 2012 I present to you my third attempt at pipe making. This time I endeavored to create a rusticated free-hand poker and all in all I am happy with the results and noting the flaws to try to avoid on the next. I had planned to keep this one for myself but haven't quite decided on it due to my dad's affinity for this particular pipe... hmmm, such decisions.


  1. Brother, you are on fire! I can't wait to hear how all of these new, beautiful creations smoke. They really are remarkable. I love the jumbo poker. Classy and gorgeous. I think it's time to start setting prices, I would bid on that one in a heartbeat (not that I could afford to pay what it is actually worth!). Great work, mate! Great.

  2. Hey thanks for the kind words Brad, I know that the first two smoke wonderfully and I have really enjoyed making them. I hope to start a couple more this weekend if all goes well and I will soon send one your way in thanks for your support. Still working the bugs out but I'm learning more with each one I do.

    1. It would be the finest pipe in my collection! Without competition!