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Wow, Casualpiper, this looks great, thanks! It's much easier to read. Now all we need is some more pipe shows...--[[User:Sethile|sethile]] 08:58, 4 December 2008 (CST)
 
Wow, Casualpiper, this looks great, thanks! It's much easier to read. Now all we need is some more pipe shows...--[[User:Sethile|sethile]] 08:58, 4 December 2008 (CST)
 
:Cheers! My only worry is that the extra markup makes it more complicated to update, especially for those unfamiliar with the formatting. It can always be reverted, however. [[User:Casualpiper|Casualpiper]] 21:21, 4 December 2008 (CST)
 
:Cheers! My only worry is that the extra markup makes it more complicated to update, especially for those unfamiliar with the formatting. It can always be reverted, however. [[User:Casualpiper|Casualpiper]] 21:21, 4 December 2008 (CST)
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== Pipe Museum ==
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FYI Puff N Stuff Pipe Museum (A non-profit) is currently open in Quartzsite, AZ. It displays pipes, tobaccianna, art, history and has tours of how the world was cultured by tobacco and how America was settled because of it. For directions call Anita at 530-957-6027 This museum will be open to the public with $2.00 donation until the first week of February so if you are in the area come stop in and see it. Thanks.

Revision as of 21:29, 22 December 2009

Wow, Casualpiper, this looks great, thanks! It's much easier to read. Now all we need is some more pipe shows...--sethile 08:58, 4 December 2008 (CST)

Cheers! My only worry is that the extra markup makes it more complicated to update, especially for those unfamiliar with the formatting. It can always be reverted, however. Casualpiper 21:21, 4 December 2008 (CST)

Pipe Museum

FYI Puff N Stuff Pipe Museum (A non-profit) is currently open in Quartzsite, AZ. It displays pipes, tobaccianna, art, history and has tours of how the world was cultured by tobacco and how America was settled because of it. For directions call Anita at 530-957-6027 This museum will be open to the public with $2.00 donation until the first week of February so if you are in the area come stop in and see it. Thanks.