After a remodel of my house's storage space, I converted an area
underneath a carport into a nice workshop. It's covered, has a nice
workbench made out of leftover 2x4s and plywood, light and power.
My father was an avid smoker and a poster to a.s.p, and when he passed
away I received his pipes and his buffing wheel - he'd made it out of an
old clothes dryer motor.
I'm setting up a pipe workshop this weekend, got the buffing wheel
working, an old round of Carnuba wax, and received an assortment of
polishing compounds. First on my list is getting the oxidation and bite
marks off of my favorite Peterson Bent.
Since the humidity is much higher outside, I'm considering storing my
tobacco in the storage space or in my workshop. I've been trying to
get the humidity down from 60% in the space with a dehumidifier, might
as well use the humidity to my advantage!
kurt weiske | kweiske at realitycheckbbs dot org
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