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TGoIF: Blue

jjcote

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2. Briefly confused by unmapped small trail, wasn't sure I was where I thought I was, but I was.
3. Contoured around hill to the left, because I didn't find the trail (and it wasn't worth hunting for).
4. Got a leeeetle bit to the left.
5. Straight, reading all the features on the way.
6. A leeeetle bit to the left again. Don't remember how I figured it out.
7. Slightly to the left, followed wall, attacked form junction.
8. A leeeetle bit to the right this time.
9. Kind of contoured, but dropped a little, and was reluctant to admit it and trudge up the spur.
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11. Blasted out roughly to the south, and after a while I encountered a control, which happened to be #5. Bang a left, take the dry passage through the marshes, and diagonally up the hill. Hesitated on the dot knoll to the west of the control, I think because there was some big unmapped rock nearby that had me confused.
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14. Saw the cliff at the stone wall junction, and was drawn in by its gravitational pull, then when I saw no flag, I realized that there was *another* cliff...
15. Slow uphill trudge.
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17. Hit gap in wall, then misread features and wound up down near the (dry) pond. Wasn't positive where I was, but I figured if I headed south, I'd either find the control or hit the wall. I found the control.
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19. Feeling very tired going over the last hill.
20. Swung a little wide to the left, but that's probably just as well.
21. Was further left than I thought, so I missed the wall junction, and followed the wall too far north; hooked back when I got to the spur NW of the control, and went through the depression.
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24. The flimsy twig that the punch was tied to broke off in my hand. After I finished, I went back and rehung half of the punches, some of which were tied to weeds at shin level.
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Total Time Lost - 00:00:00


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