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Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:24 am

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Oh, wait, that's my humidor. You can see my most used pipe rack in the background, though. Not at from its best angle. :oops:
It reminds me of those "I Spy" books, where you can look at the picture and always find something new and interesting hiding in a little corner that you didn't see before.
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Tue Dec 04, 2018 6:12 pm

houtenziel wrote:
Tue Dec 04, 2018 8:24 am
Whalehead King wrote:
Mon Dec 03, 2018 5:16 pm
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Oh, wait, that's my humidor. You can see my most used pipe rack in the background, though. Not at from its best angle. :oops:
It reminds me of those "I Spy" books, where you can look at the picture and always find something new and interesting hiding in a little corner that you didn't see before.
Waldo's in there, too.

I hadn't thought of my desk that way until you mentioned it. You should see the whole shebang. It's a total jumble panoply of detailed detritus and gewgaws willy-nilly piccadilly all over its scattered and bespattered topside. Whenever I'm looking for something I need, it's a total "I Spy" game. You're right. Don't tell Mrs. King I just said that. I always tell her I know where everything is.

At least I can find the cigars most of the time. :king:
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Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:05 pm

Here is one of mine. It's an older Decatur that I snagged from ebay or etsy with the humidor jar in the center. I don't use the jar so baby groot sits there and guards the pipe galaxy
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Tue Dec 04, 2018 7:06 pm

Whalehead King wrote:
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At least I can find the cigars most of the time. :king:
They are probably the most important things there.
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That Native Indian is the bees knees!
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Mon Dec 17, 2018 8:49 pm

I made a spot in my computer desk for my pipes, tobacco and accessories, I have 15 pipes and all but 2 are Peterson. The first pipe I ever bought with my hardly earned money was a Peterson 80s Killarney and I've been hooked on Peterson ever since. :D
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Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:33 pm

I have your typical stand with the glass jar thing . I also made a wormy maple cabinet .. dovetailed , crown and with a ... heck , I can't remember the material for the interior back . It wasn't felt or velvet ... Kinda in between . I love my " Kaywodie rack " .. it has my favorite regular sized Kaywoodies on it and it's in my bedroom . I have a number of other smaller racks but they're in the barn not being used atm

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Tue Jan 01, 2019 10:37 pm

I need to dust the Kaywoodie rack .. lol .. It's pretty bad. The rack on the piano , I keep my 3 favorite Prince shape pipes and 3 other special pipes I lime to smoke ... an old Beuchers cob with white stem , an old Hilson Mondial block meer lined stack and the Kaywoodie Daafs pipe. I keep the killer killer pipes in the cabinet and I should have built it way bigger but it fit that space above the piano well
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Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:10 am

Ruffinogold wrote:
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I have your typical stand with the glass jar thing . I also made a wormy maple cabinet .. dovetailed , crown and with a ... heck , I can't remember the material for the interior back . It wasn't felt or velvet ... Kinda in between . I love my " Kaywodie rack " .. it has my favorite regular sized Kaywoodies on it and it's in my bedroom . I have a number of other smaller racks but they're in the barn not being used atm

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Love that Kaywoodie rack, and the wall cabinet you made is outstanding. I love the pipes against the black background.
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