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Nicey replies: Jim,

We often used to improvise a tray using the lid off a big biscuit tin.

There were some nice shots of the inside of the shed showing my bench covered in Fig Rolls. Just to clear one thing up Wifey occasionally thrusts a mug of tea through the door if I'm down there doing 'real' work like mending a chair or something, and she approaches down the garden path (not pictured) rather than out of the privet hedge.

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Nicey replies: I've now put up the pack shots with the review so can all see Greek ones packet for yourselves. As for the translation of Abernethy that's simple, it's 'Mouth of the Nethy', as in the river Nethy. Named after the chap who invented them, who was named after the estuary of the river Nethy or at least his forbearers were, but we are going over old ground here.

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Mike Howells
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Nicey replies: Mike,

Fourthly congratulations to you on raising such an important topic. Mug handles are often over looked. I did briefly mention in the book the unsatisfactory nature of novelty shaped handles, but as you rightly point out small ones with that little corner bit on are just as disastrous, never mind having to carry six of them.