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How To Smoke a Pipe & Pipe Smoking Poems By Richard Braley
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How to Smoke a Pipe and Pipe Smoking Poems: A book explaining tobacco pipes, how to make bamboo pipes, how to choose tobaccos, tobacco pipe tools and tobacco pipe tool sets. Featured is the Braley... More > Tobacco Pipe Tool Set Holder--patented by Dr. Braley--made of stainless steel and the finest leathers, including snakeskin, and exotic woods. The poems in the book are Dr. Braley's, a published poet, retired Pastor, professor, inventor, husband, father, and grandfather, Vietnam Veteran, X-Police Officer and Covert Investigator. Tobacco use is different from tobacco abuse and Dr. Braley's book explores legal, proper tobacco use, explains why a pipe is better than cigarettes and why a shaving mug with brush is better than a can of shaving "soap" while offering humorous insights into his journey through tobacco-paranoid infested waters (or dry land). Photographs of the finest tobaccos, pipes, and excellent pipe tool sets he fabricates. Poems are for adult tobacco pipe smokers.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 21. Scandinavia Travel Guide (Covers Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Greenland, Faroe Islands) By Tony Kelbrat
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The Scandinavian countries are cold for part of the year. The people are versatile. I met a Vietnamese man who became a Norwegian citizen. I saw a system of underground pipes in a big market... More > square which melt all snow immediately that hits it so in the middle of winter, there is no snow or ice in the outdoor town square. They have the big scenic fjiords, which are small harbors surrounded by big cliffs. Go in the summer if you can. There's a scenic road in Norway called the Peer Gynt Road, named after composer Heinrik Ibsen's famous character, that starts in Gausdal, central Norway. The Lofoten Islands are a group of islands inhabited by fishermen 123 miles north of the Arctic Circle. You can take a ferry there. Try #914.81 at the library.< Less
A Piper in Brazil By james donal faulkner
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The book recounts adventures: some on a tropical Brazilian island and some in merry sessions with the Irish uilleann pipes in and around Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Women–Brazilian and... More > foreign-are ubiquitous. The style is a light-hearted pastiche of academic writing, though some of the adventures (and misadventures) are quite alarming. Many interesting insights into Brazil appear–some inspired from Jean De Léry's fascinating 16th-century account, Histoire d’Un Voyage Faict en Terre du Brésil. The text is illustrated throughout with the titles and opening bars of traditional tunes. There is a wealth of poetry and fun in these titles. This is a unique feature: the esoteric collection of tunes alone makes it a reference for all musicians with a sense of humour. It is also unusual in the degree to which other languages figure. The book is about real people in the real world and Portuguese, Spanish, French, Gaelic, and Latin (!) all figure in addition to English, with translations where necessary.< Less
A Piper in Brazil By james donal faulkner
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The book recounts adventures: some on a tropical Brazilian island and some in merry sessions with the Irish uilleann pipes in and around Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Women–Brazilian and... More > foreign-are ubiquitous. The style is a light-hearted pastiche of academic writing, though some of the adventures (and misadventures) are quite alarming. Many interesting insights into Brazil appear–some inspired from Jean De Léry's fascinating 16th-century account, Histoire d’Un Voyage Faict en Terre du Brésil. The text is illustrated throughout with the titles and opening bars of traditional tunes. There is a wealth of poetry and fun in these titles. This is a unique feature: the esoteric collection of tunes alone makes it a reference for all musicians with a sense of humour. It is also unusual in the degree to which other languages figure. The book is about real people in the real world and Portuguese, Spanish, French, Gaelic, and Latin (!) all figure in addition to English, with translations where necessary.< Less