An even number meant a right turn, and odd meant turn left. If they rolled a double (two sixes, for example, or snake eyes), then we went straight ahead.
Truth be told, the first part of the trip was a bit of a bust. After the novelty of huge, endless fields wore off after the third time we had passed them (the boys kept rolling odd numbers), we got lucky with a right turn.
We soon ended up in Cardigan, where there is allegedly an excellent farmer's market -- alas, it is only open Wed-Sat. Today being Tuesday, we set out for nearby Georgetown, which was precisely the right thing to do for two hungry boys; they devoured a "worms and dirt" ice cream sundae at "What's the Scoop?" before we decided to head back home, catching some Internet at the Morell Library en route.