Orienteering race 1:02:45  2.69 mi (23:20 / mi) +138m 20:07 / mi
Sunday, can't trust that day, I'd say. Really lost it on #5, spending 18' on the leg, 11-12' error time. As to how, I'll continue to ponder but did go back to the point, mostly by car, after finishing. Other points were competitive: a bit of hesitation on #2, and on #9, threw away about 1.75' not really concentrating, still had #5 on my mind...relocated 100m to the NW. That motto: "do as I say, not as I do" holds true here. Amazingly technical woods, a Milky Way of black dots runs thru the map. Some boulders were deserving of stopping in one's tracks to gaze at in awe. What's said? "Ice is nice and would suffice". What else could move them at so large a scale.
Great weekend, weather perfect & had good times with UNO teammates, particularly Carl & Mary Jo - we were the parking lot organizers, esp. Mary Jo. We learned a bunch about the ins and outs of (trying to) get cars where we wanted them to be - not always successful. Sandy Fillebrown got the most points when she rolled down her window and said "what do you want me to do." Windows up, radio on and backing in - occasionally all three at once got lowest points. Nice small Sat dinner at the Bundschuh-Ruutopold's vs the usual larger gathering. 2 nights in a tent might have worn me down more than I give it credit for - tho snug as a bug, it wasn't really my rug.