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May 14, 2021

Potholing – the new sport

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In reply to Ray Linabury (letters, Echonetdaily May 20).

Potholes in Billinudgel?  Looxury, Looxury.  You should see them in Mullumbimby.

I was walking on the footpath in my street and I saw a nice Akubra hat in the middle of a puddle in the road.

I reached across the water and lifted it off and there was a man’s head under it.

I offered to help him out of the hole but he said he was okay and he was more concerned for the horse he was sitting on.

Peggy Balfour, Mullumbimby


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