Something for the Weekend 10th July 2020

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Weekend banter with Kathie, Steevie and Fiona in their not to serious discussion of weekend activities as we continue to come out of lockdown.

 

This week they discuss a new Oban Spotify Playlist put together by our own Andy Bruce – Kathie and her adventures on a bike and future thoughts on perhaps trying a Segway trail.

 

Benderloch Pizza has the team hungry for a wee meal out and takeaway  but Kathie’s beetroot delights may not win everyone over .

 

“Winter is coming” (For Kathie and Steevie ) and the team also  discuss eating out, wearing masks, Simon Cowell and the end of their workmates holiday….

 

Oban Play list compiled by Andy Bruce is available at

 

https://bit.ly/obanandy

 

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