View Full Version : cold weather smoking

11-12-2014, 11:25 AM
any problem with smoking a new pipe outside in the cold?

Commander Quan
11-13-2014, 04:43 PM
Not from the cold, just try to stay out of the wind.

12-14-2014, 03:36 PM
70* today in Central Florida. Yesterday was 67*. Clear blue skies and little wind. I have been almost living on the screened porch smoking my pipes. The wife used to close the doors behind so so the stinky old smoke didnt get into her house. Not today! Today she was sitting outside with me. It was just that nice.

Little dog laying in the grass sun soaking. Sun warming my bad shoulder. Times like these remind me why I live in Florida. Tobacco like H&H anniversay kake makes it really nice.

Anyone in the area is always welcomed to visit and smoke a few bowls with me. be prepared to be lazy!

12-14-2014, 05:35 PM
Not at all.

Had a buddy who left a pipe in his car which was unstarted for a couple days with temps below 0. He took it out of the car immediately loaded it and the lit it. We heard an audible pop/crack, and there was a visible crack in the bowl. He is convinced it was because the pipe was frozen and heated too quickly.