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    Not nearly as cold down here as what cptnblues is experiencing, but too cold to smoke. Today is the first sunny day weíve had in a few weeks, just set a record for rain fall, some flooding, itís messy. Anyway, enjoying the sun and warm enough temps with this old guy. I think itís about 10 years old now. Thatís one good thing about not smoking as much, everything you have ends up fairly well aged. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingbeefy View Post
    Not nearly as cold down here as what cptnblues is experiencing, but too cold to smoke. Today is the first sunny day weíve had in a few weeks, just set a record for rain fall, some flooding, itís messy. Anyway, enjoying the sun and warm enough temps with this old guy. I think itís about 10 years old now. Thatís one good thing about not smoking as much, everything you have ends up fairly well aged. :)
    Glad to see you get to burn one. I smoked through all of those I had. Hope it was enjoyable. Hopefully spring is here soon. My propane bill in the shed is high enough this year.
    May your ashes be long and your smoke be plentiful...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Brrrrr.......thats some nasty cold air. Glad to hear you got to smoke one. I have not had the Battalion but truly enjoy the RP Edge. Stay warm and safe brother.
    If you enjoy The Edge, definitely check out an Edge Battalion.

    I am staying warm, mostly.....lol.....managed to spend two hours in my man cave on Saturday and smoked a Te-Amo Churchill. A friend of mine had a coworker bring us some back from Mexico a couple weeks ago. I usually go for the Te-Amo #4's. The Churchill tasted the same as the #4 and was just as enjoyable but it lasted a lot longer! (No surprise there....lol) I got a half box of the Churchill's and a 5 pack of Te-Amo Torpedo's that came in it's own box with a glass lid. I'm looking forward to trying the Torpedo one day soon.
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    Finally, some spring type weather! It's going to go above freezing today. Just a degree or two so not enough to sit out on my deck and enjoy a cigar so I'm sitting in my man cave sipping a coffee and enjoying an AF Anejo #48 .............. one of my favorite cigars!
    It matters not how strait the gate,
    How charged with punishments the scroll.
    I am the master of my fate:
    I am the captain of my soul.

    ***William Ernest Henley***

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptnBlues63 View Post
    Finally, some spring type weather! It's going to go above freezing today. Just a degree or two so not enough to sit out on my deck and enjoy a cigar so I'm sitting in my man cave sipping a coffee and enjoying an AF Anejo #48 .............. one of my favorite cigars!
    I really enjoy all Anejo's but for me the #46 is the BOMB. Glad you got to enjoy a nice cigar.
    May your ashes be long and your smoke be plentiful...

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    Time to give these a try. Wish me luck.



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    2 LFD things, and a Padron 3000
    The powers that be might take it all away
    Together we burn, together we burn away

    Uncle Tupelo

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    Love me some LFD things.......and those Padron 3000's are just amazing. Good to hear you are getting in some smoke time.
    May your ashes be long and your smoke be plentiful...

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    AŮejo 48 on 4/19.

    For what it's worth, today is my 14 year anniversary of being a member of this board, joined 4/20/05.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryCat86 View Post
    AŮejo 48 on 4/19.

    For what it's worth, today is my 14 year anniversary of being a member of this board, joined 4/20/05.
    WOW.....14 years. Happy Belated Anniversary.
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    Dug out a Johnny O lancero that had to be 10 plus years old. Not bad at all.

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    I had an Undercrown Toro yesterday. It was nice.
    May your ashes be long and your smoke be plentiful...

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    Finally bought another house and moved everything in a week ago Wednesday. If all goes according to plan this will be the last move Iíll ever make. I have a great front porch and back deck, perfect for smoking cigars. In the week and half Iíve been here Iíve smoked 4, I think thatís close to how many I had all last year. Having an ERDM tonight with a Founders Backwoods Bastard and itís all just lovely! Terrible picture, I know. But Iím awfully proud of myself for making the effort.


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