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humidor note book?
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Any one use something like this? http://humidornotes.com/

I kept a book in Afghanistan, but I can't seem to find it. It had close to 50 bands in it, and I'm really mad that I have to rediscover most of that info.
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#2
I have always meant to do something like this but never have.
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(09-11-2012, 02:43 PM)halfflash Wrote: Any one use something like this? http://humidornotes.com/

I kept a book in Afghanistan, but I can't seem to find it. It had close to 50 bands in it, and I'm really mad that I have to rediscover most of that info.

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#4
I keep one. Picked up a small journal at walmart and fill it with notes and bands.
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#5
I kept one for a while, but I got too lazy to keep it up. It is a great resource when kept up. I should restart it. This what mine looks like. It is just a pocket journal I bought at the local store. I think a cheapy spiral notebook works best, IMHO.

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#6
I use humidornotes from time to time, usually more often than not especially when traveling around. But at least for me and this is in most cases, I get to caught up in the cigar smoking that I either forget to pull out my humidornotes or get too lazy. Thankfully, I tend to be a creature of habit so I usually remember the cigars I do and don't like so just gets tough filling up something more than my usual cigar rotation, if I don't like the cigar, it will be a while before I try it again let alone do a mini-review on it.
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