Peter Skinner, Ian Minus, Tony Hunt, Duncan Harman, Peter Miniutti, Stewart Smith, Lorna Denham, Steve Warrell

Lately returned from sojourns in each Barraba and Bingara caravan parks, Peter Skinner of Beecroft discovered that “regardless of how edgy, ‘Euroluxe’ or designer-gorgeous our stylish metropolis loos could also be, there isn’t a extra sensationally satisfying bathe available on this nation than within the stalls, nonetheless outdated, of a rustic caravan park. Why is it so?”

Having efficiently up to date the lights and home equipment to obey his voice instructions by way of Google Assistant, Ian Minus of Killarney Heights launched into a undertaking to boost the storage door in the identical method. “Feeling smug, I educated the system to answer the verbal command ‘Open Sesame’. Google Assistant nonetheless, as a substitute of opening mentioned door, started enjoying Sesame Avenue on my good TV, dropped at me by the letters F and U.”

Everybody loves a shaggy canine story. Peter Miniutti of Ashbury wonders if “Harriette’s drawback (C8) could possibly be that Norman Carter is a chucker”, whereas Stewart Smith of Tea Gardens thinks it might merely be that Harriette is simply not a cricketer. “She could possibly be/might need been actually good at softball or billiards although if solely given the prospect.” Steve Warrell of Wagga Wagga hints that maybe it’s Norman who ought to “hunt down skilled assist for taking part in cricket with a canine as a substitute of sending out for assist for Harriette”.

Talking assist, veterinarian Dr Tony Hunt of Gordon is on the case. “Norman, I’ll first must know if Harriette (C8) confronted you in a proper or left-handed stance and with which hand you bowl. This drawback has provide you with canines just a few instances in my profession.”

In response to the reviews of encounters with Riff and Raff (C8), Duncan Harman of Bundamba (Qld) remembers working at “a submit workplace on an air pressure base located on the entrance gate to the bottom, with a wall separating the general public prospects from the defence pressure prospects. I used to be instructed it was to separate the riff from the RAAF”.