Orienteering race 2:20:00 
Long, physical course with sloppy orienteering - frustrating. The extra deadfall and multi-flora rose/green briar literally added insult to injury (arm scratches). Post-race: tired but not wiped out. Well behind the 'usual suspects': eg Rob W and Tim G.
In general, I drifted towards controls and read features on the way. Poor fine-tuning route plan and weak map contact. Worked on 13/16 controls - huge errors on other 3.
S -> 1: Straight appeared down and up (but it was down & flat). So I ran road. But attack from top was tougher and I blew it. Did not read 'long skinny spur' and fell to right, confused. Poor route choice and poor execution. (-4)
1-2-3-4: Clean, including long 3-4 leg. Good route, good map contact.
4->5: Chose high on trail versus straight which required 5 contour clim at end. Trail full of dead-fall etc. Countoured lower - mf rose ugly. read 2 reentrant systems well. but weak map contact as I got close. Got close, but did not see knolls on spur. Drifted far right. "Caught" by Green runner looking for my 12. Well, if he's here, i shouldn't be. Finally, good relocation. (-15)
5-6-7-8-9-10-11: Some good orienteering but over shout 8, not reading long knoll well (expected it to be flatter). (-2)
11-12: Chose 'safe' road route. Very tired and brain-dead. Totally misread road, ran twice the distance, long uphill hike back to 12 - UGH.
Simple, clean finish. Sub 2 hours was accessible.
Lack of woods time (my fault) really showed. Needed to re-waken oreinteering brain. Tomorrow!