when my Grandfather passed away some time ago, my Dad gave me some of his stuff. Among this things was his pipe collection. I am not a smoker, but i have on rare occasions in the past smoked a pipe or cigar with friends. I find myself wanting to load one of my grandpa's pipes up during a cold day on the river and puff on it while i ponder the imponderables....If a fly had no wings, would it be called a walk? Must the fly box i leave behind invariably be the one i need? When the parsley farmer goes bankrupt, do they garnish his wages? Does anyone have any advice for some pipe tobacco (both what a good choice would be and where in Seattle I could get it)? I don't intend for this to be a regular thing, so the rare pipe tobacco (you know, the "aged between the thighs of a beautiful Andalusian virgin living in an oak hut" kind at $500/lb) is definitely lost on me. Something smooth and non-bank-breaking? Thoughts? Thx!