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post #62461 of 67528 Old 07-17-2019, 01:23 AM
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Thanks guys. Picked the right stick for the occasion or as @greypilgrim said the right occasion for the stick. It was everything I was hoping for. Have yet to have a bad Fuente. Wishing I would have bought more than one now.

As far as the job I am ready for the challenge. Time to see what the future has in store


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post #62464 of 67528 Old 07-17-2019, 02:49 AM
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A Pistoff Kristoff from a spring pass this morning. Great smoke and would buy more. I donít think Iíve had a bad Kristoff and this cherry didnít miss. Really starting to appreciate the closed foot.



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2-3 years ago these weren't even smokable. Now it's not bad, but glad I only have 2 more.

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As usual, PDR 1878 Capa Reserva Oscuro. I haven't known about these for very long. But they sure as hell became a regular visitor quick.

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Nice! The microfractures in my shoulder are no longer an issue and I can go back to lifting as well. I've missed it for the past few years. It really puts you in a different state of mind.
I got into lifting after getting out of the construction business. I'm amazed how much compound lifts have helped my mobility and general fitness. I got into it later on in life and its not easy. But lifting is a Godsend

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post #62469 of 67528 Old 07-17-2019, 08:17 AM
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post #62470 of 67528 Old 07-17-2019, 10:58 AM
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This came from a trade with @LeatherNeck. Always a good smoke.

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