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 Sue and Neil gathered us all up, handed out run sheets, and explained the '​rules'​. Follow the instructions on the sheet. As you perform each instruction,​ cross it off. Half-way through, there is a section where instead of following written instructions you have to follow diagrams at each junction. And to make life interesting,​ here is a sheet of photographs. When you see the thing in the photo (which will always be on the left hand side), mark the letter of the photo next to the instruction you've just done'. It sounded easy enough. Sue and Neil gathered us all up, handed out run sheets, and explained the '​rules'​. Follow the instructions on the sheet. As you perform each instruction,​ cross it off. Half-way through, there is a section where instead of following written instructions you have to follow diagrams at each junction. And to make life interesting,​ here is a sheet of photographs. When you see the thing in the photo (which will always be on the left hand side), mark the letter of the photo next to the instruction you've just done'. It sounded easy enough.
  
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 We let a couple of cars go in front of us, then set off. By instruction 8 I was getting a bit worried, as we hadn't seen any of the photos at all, and I couldn'​t believe that Sue would leave it too long until the first one. There was a definite knack to this – and we hadn't got it yet. Then I spotted it – a picture of a chicken on a chicken processing factory – bingo! At least it wasn't going to be a duck. We drove on, into Clevedon. 'I spot the Daisy!'​ We were on a roll...... We let a couple of cars go in front of us, then set off. By instruction 8 I was getting a bit worried, as we hadn't seen any of the photos at all, and I couldn'​t believe that Sue would leave it too long until the first one. There was a definite knack to this – and we hadn't got it yet. Then I spotted it – a picture of a chicken on a chicken processing factory – bingo! At least it wasn't going to be a duck. We drove on, into Clevedon. 'I spot the Daisy!'​ We were on a roll......
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