Fishtrap, Day 2. I was having a very good run early on and through the canyons section, maintaining a 30-60s lead on Bonesaw despite a 20s bobble on 11, but lost it immediately once the course popped out into the open grassland when my line was real wobbly to 14. Worse, I lost about two minutes on 22 (the last control), which again was most of my 3:05 deficit. This was my fault for being distracted by people on the Short Advanced and taking a very poor direction out of 21, but was also compounded by a small marsh on the map being a large marsh in reality.
Two well-set courses by Peter Golde. Fishtrap is usually where we have our annual goat, which is great but obviously is different than "pure" orienteering, so this time around it was nice to have a couple races just you and the map.