Ok, time for me to search the forum or just chill out about this and give it time. What I am talking about is that n the past 2 weeks I have added over 100 smokes (mostly due to the Rocky Patel event at the local B&M) to my large humidor. I added 60 at once after the RP event and the next morning the humidity had dropped like a lead balloon. I added another jar of beads and a couple of large dispoable humi-packs and it is slowly rising back up... very slowly although I am still a little nervous
Updated 02-02-2010 at 04:33 PM by EdgeMan
because so far I have not done a review on a bad cigar or even a mediocre cigar, to my taste buds anyways. I think some time soon I will just pick a smoke I have never tried and review it whether I like it or not. I may even specifically pick out a smoke from my humi that I do not care that much for or wouldn't buy another and do a review on it just to keep things in perspective.
Since it seems a lot of us smoke pipes I suggested that we have a section dedicated to pipes. Several people like the idea so maybe it will get added to the site soon. bigwhiteash wants to call it "The Pipe Lounge" which sounds good to me.
We will need some smileys with pipes. d-)
I posted a review of Bobalu's Fresh ROlled Dominican Puros ( They call it both names fresh roll and Vintage Label 1991 aged Dominican ) today.
I am sitting here
Updated 02-01-2010 at 06:44 PM by EdgeMan
(typos, I need new glasses)
Well it has been almost a week since we officially moved in now and I love it here.
Still have boxes everywhere but that is how it goes when you downsize you living quarters. I smell a garage sale or a trip to the local Goodwill coming. If I haven't touched in in a year it is going. Time to get rid of some of this shit.
Also have our very own garage with auto-opener and we were able to dump the old storage room and it's high climate controlled price. This one is larger than
I took a much needed vacation day on Friday and spent the afternoon at Wakulla Springs State Park and the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge. It was a gorgeous day and I got to see quite a bit of wildlife.
Wakulla Springs is just south of Tallahassee and is home of the worlds largest, deepest fresh water springs. They offer an hour long “Jungle Boat” tour that takes you down the river to see the local fauna. Growing up in Tallahassee, I’ve done the tour several times, but this was