It was SO cold yesterday, especially on the way to the start.
On 3-4 you went the same way as Greg Ahlswede who had the same leg, I think. I wonder, if 3 had been farther to the east that the trail on the east side of the water might have been more attractive making it less dog-leggy?
Is the Flying Pig one you often come to? It seems to be more of a "regional" meet attracting Midwest and some northeast folks but not many from the west coast or mountains (except Eric and Will, and Sharon).
I'm not often enthusiastic about the Pig but Glen and Charlie Shahbazian have a close competition going; after this year they're 19-20 in events "won" between the two of them, and only about 20 seconds apart in total time! (They were tied at 18 races each and *one* second apart after last year's Pig!)
3-4 -- interesting! I don't know if OCIN plans to post RouteGadget or Livelox, but I'll have to check out Greg's log to see his tracks.
That was only my second Flying Pig; last year in Indiana was my first one. I would have preferred more woods and more challenging navigation, but I still had a great time overall. (And, until I stop making dumb mistakes on easier courses, maybe I shouldn't comment about the level of difficulty...) ;-)
I have allocated all my available travel dollars and vacation days through the end of the year, so -- see you in Copenhagen!