8 - Someone plugged into social media
Daughter watching catch-up TV on her iPad and her partner sending a message on Whatsapp. I bet there is no one taking part in the hunt who had trouble with this category - you can always find someone engrossed in their phone or a tablet!
9 - A tentYou never get anyone camping in the local park. Never. Well, unless you count the little canvas shelters that the fishermen over the lake use for night time fishing. But quite randomly, one day on a dog walk we noticed that someone was practising putting up a tent. It was literally only in this state for about half an hour - as if they knew I needed a photo!
10 - A college or university
One of the easiest ones to get - as I work there! It felt like a bit of a cheat but I'm claiming it anyway.
11 - A cellular tower or television satellite dish
This was a really ramshackle house by the marina in Viareggio, it was a little unloved and one side of one of the walls had quite an elaborate graffiti painted on it. It was definitely in need of a little TLC but I can definitely see a satellite dish up there on the rooftop aerial!
12 - A public restroom, bathroom or toilet
Oh Rinda - this was an odd one! Ladies loos in England are notorious for their long queues to wait to use them so the chance of being able to photograph one in private was looking unlikely! There are many things on a scavenger list that may cause raised eyebrows of those watching you take a photo of something obscure but a toilet?! Plus the Ladies in our local shops and restaurants aren't really that photogenic - but look what I found at Pisa airport - pretty doors. I tried to make it look like I was sending a text message while waiting in the queue but I'm pretty sure the lady next to me saw that I was actually using my camera.
13 - A merry go round or carousel
We had got the bus to go to Lucca for the day and our cameras were seeing a lot of action (Panoramic view from the top of a tower for example, not to mention some rather lovely door knockers). The town is built within the confines of the ancient city wall and we were heading out of the town to photograph the actual wall. I was more than a little bit tired after climbing the tower and Paul was walking ahead of me, suddenly he turned a corner and stopped. 'You won't believe what's round here' he said and as I walked to join him I saw this beautiful traditional carousel. (You can tell he was well versed in what was left to get on the list can't you?) It really was strange to see it as it wasn't part of any other children's attractions, just this one random carousel going round in a street. It was like the tent situation again - it's as if the Scavenger Hunt fairies knew I needed one!
14 - A traffic signal
You can tell from the red Vespa parked along the road that this too was taken in Italy. I tried to find a sign that was very different to anything we have at home but it turns out that probably as we are part of Europe they have all been standardised.
So that's the second third of the list. Numbers one to fourteen safely chosen and shared. And you know what that means don't you? The next one will be number fifteen - the elusive and much sought after flag pole. I can hardly wait!