This was the first one that I did. It ended up being really fast, with a lot of areas where you could see really far. My goal was to plan where to read ahead on each leg. It felt really silly on legs where I could look at my map easily whenever I wanted, but as I got farther into the course it was helpful to have already made a plan about when I would look at the map so that I wasn't spending more time looking at the next leg than I needed too. I think it also helped me not change my plans.
My other goal was to not change my plans. (This is my new biggest goal, because at JWOC almost every one of my mistakes involved me changing my plan.) On the way to 3 I caught myself thinking about going right to 4 after I'd already decided to go left on the way to 2, but I didn't do it.
My only real mistake was that I had wavered about my decision on 8 whether to take the little trail or the big trail. I'd chosen the big trail but accidentally took the little trail instead. Then I did the rest of the leg like my original plan just because it was simpler, and it ended up being shorter than my other option.
Here's the course:
Here are my splits:
Not sure how useful they are.