map hiking 40:00 
Setting out radio controls at PWF.
orienteering 38:53  3.5 km (11:07 / km)
Brown course at PWF. Nice course, fantastic woods. A few hesitations - standing 10 feet from the control and not seeing it (#1), and a little too far left to #4 when I deliberately did not take the trail to the right since that would have a been a waste of very nice woods and so had to hook around at the end. Other than that, pretty much straight to everything. Not a whole lot of running, but some.
Radio controls all worked great. Very cool.
QOC does a few things differently than DVOA and I started wondering today which we might want to consider. For example, participants get their maps when they register. This seems much more friendly and welcoming for beginners than getting it when you start and making it seem all competitive right away. There was someone with a name tag designated as the person that would give instruction and welcome people (separate from the registration table). There was a person by the computer that was sorting people into lines (download over here, register over there, do you need a rental, have you used epunch before, etc.) keeping that area moving smoothly so the computer person only had to concentrate on typing in data. Registration is open only from 11 to 1 and control pickup starts at 3. This makes the day a good bit shorter for volunteers. Anyway, some things to think about.