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More madcap banter from the OT team this week including Kathie having quandaries over whether or not to curb her wanderlust this weekend as she ponders a day trip to Gigha, Ellis needs to decide quick whether or not to dash back to the charity shop to buy that chunk of carved wood that no words ‘not even for Ellis’ can describe and Martin is Ballachulish-bound – but not in an inflatable kayak.
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