Just to show my ignorance, or perhaps innocence, I had to look it up!!see Merkin
Oh dear! Round your way it's probably a breed of sheep!BTW, the photographs are at http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/jeff.pickthall/WoolpackInnAndHardknottBrewery# - feel free to use any as long as you give me a name-check.
Ha! this innocent londoner was also unaware of the meaning (cheers Woolpack).I suspect Portman are too busy trying to destroy UK microbreweries that use genuine historical names that mean something to the local community (I'm thinking about Skullsplitter here) but are irrelevant to a group of people sitting in an office in Cavendish Sq, London (Portman groups address)
One would imagine that it is very smooth going down. (sorry but I am sure everyone else was thinking it!)
Very good Velky Al, I wasn't thinking that until you mentioned it...I'm obviously thinking too much about sheep.Ann questions how you fix them on, I suggested I could investigate methods....
Woolpack - a six inch nail should do the job. Failing that prittstick will see you right.
The six inch nail seemed to offer some resistance at first, a rub with the prittstick in the right place allowed the nail to be driven right home.
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