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Billygoat: Billygoat XXIX

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5. +00:30Had no real plan, and got lucky. Messed this same leg up in an A-meet a few years back...you'd think I would learn.
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7. Started to do the R fork, but since no one else was headed that way, I saw it as "all risk, no reward."
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11. At the food station with the Saegers, who were debating skipping 12. I toyed with going with them, wondering if I could possibly beat the collective navigation of the Saegers. As the results show, the answer to that question is a resounding "NO!"
12. Came due N out of 12 to get to the trail and out of the ankle-breaking fissures. Andy Hall, Ross, and Mikkel came stumbling out of the woods after about 300m on the trail.
13. Didn't fight hard to stay with this group...good thing, because they all turned off early to 13 (b/c of the unmapped stream/bridge)...I was looking for the "island" of trees on the L and then the large boulder in another 120m.
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16. Skipped 16, b/c it is goes cross-compartment across the terrain.
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18. +01:00As I came off the trail toward 18, I saw the Saegers leaving 19 (Yahoo!, I caught them), but in my excitement, I came out of 18 about 30deg. R and went to the parallel cliffs about 80m SE of 19. They were gone, never to be seen again.
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Total Time Lost - 00:01:30


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