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It’s a Doddle of an AyePod

July has not went exactly to plan. We had 3 missions, one of which was to complete the Aye Pod, or at least have it functional, secondly, to get the Blazemobile through it’s MOT and thirdly, do our Iscot report of a walk we had been planning to tackle for a few years.

Item No.1 was completed with success, but item 2 fell foul of ‘island syndrome’.

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