Russell Hill, Stephanie Edwards, Pleasure Cooksey, Martin Bibby, Richard Pierce, Andrew Taubman, Marco Giavitto, Keith Parson

Russell Hill of Hobart was fairly put out to learn Ian Aldridge’s remark about driving on the Kings Freeway (C8). “One doesn’t merely drive on The Kings Freeway. I wish to recommend that One travels on The Kings Freeway with Royal consent.”

It’s powerful love for brassicas within the residence of Pleasure Cooksey of Harrington. “Deranged cabbages (C8) often want a dressing-down earlier than they’re match to come back to the desk.”

Having grown up in a peach-growing district, Stephanie Edwards of Roseville discovered that “early-season peaches had been all clingstones, and freestones didn’t come till a lot later, often after Christmas. Your correspondent is correct – they need to be labelled on the market.”

Moderately than phoning a pal, Martin Bibby of Beecroft determined to attraction to the Column eight brains belief for assist with a perplexing query. “What actually occurs when vitriol, aka sulphuric acid, hits a lightning rod? Does the rod get destroyed?”

A case of maximum warning or OH&S gone mad? Richard Pierce of Blueys Seashore was travelling north on the Pacific Freeway, simply north of the Taree exit, when he “handed 5 vehicles, travelling slowly in the precise lane, with flashing lights and huge electrical discover boards advising ‘merge left, pace restrict 60km’. Forward of the 5 was one small truck travelling in the precise lane doing a little weed spraying.”