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because its grey forever here, a re-post of lush summer scenes, by pd lyons

I was very happy that Amos Greig chose this a one of my pieces appearing in the #29 issue of A New Ulster!

Not sure when I first discovered Gabriel. 231 more words

Pdlyons Photography

San Cristobal de la Habana: El Principe

  • Date: 21May2015
  • Time Started: 1720
  • Time Finished: 1822
  • Reason smoking: Getting everything out of the good weather I can.
  • Paired with: Bulmer’s Original Apple Cider…
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Villiger North America

Nestled away in a quiet little corner of our humidors we find some unassuming boxes labeled Villiger.  A brand name that has been in existence for over 125 years in a small town in Switzerland where they have been famous for producing their line of dry-cured exports and other various cigars that are not seen in the United States.  484 more words



Christopher Columbus is credited with the introduction of numerous products and items to the Old Continent. One of them is tobacco, and cigars in particular. During his first voyage of 1492 three of his crewmen smoked primitive cigars together with the native tribes of the Caribbean islands on the island of… 1,088 more words

Punky Funky Stuff

Impromptu 'guys' night

#14 on my 30×30 list is to have a ‘guys’ night. This is essentially just having a night with my friends (guys &/or gals) and doing stereotypically male activities such as drinking scotch, playing poker, smoking a cigar, etc. 508 more words

Por Larrañaga Petit Corona (2010) | Cigar Review

Wrapper: Cuban
Binder: Cuban
Filler: Cuban
Size: 5 x 42 “Petit Corona-(Mareva)”
Body: Medium
Price: $15.00 (Varies)
Number of Cigars Smoked Prior to Review: 0… 1,839 more words