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Here are some of my Pelikans. Two M800s - a broad and an XF. The XF is the demonstrator, which I should have kept in box as a collector's item but love to write with so much it sits on my desk at home and gets daily use. The ballpoint on the right is an EDC, in my pocket most days, and gets so much use that the brass has worn through. I would love to see everyone else's Pelikans. Anyone else care to post pictures?
I was left alone with my phone on boxing Day for five minutes and well Probably should have asked the experts, but almost all other machines were pricey enough to scare me off other then the breville with the built in grinder. But then if I wanted another grinder down the road I couldn't really upgrade those internals. So I got this stuff. Just need to find were to get coffee beans to smash up here in Canada. PS I don't have them yet... Holiday shipping and all
Well yesterday actually I had a smallish cigar about 36-38 ring gauge or so that my mother rolled for me on her last trip to Puerto Rico. Think a corona but just a bit thicker. Sweet finish as many Puerto Rican cigars seem to. I've had better, but not as much fun!