Post-race … feeling better. Legs are not too DOMSy, the worst is where I kicked myself in the shin around mile 90, that's a bruise. And my back has a knot in it from the pack. Nothing too bad, and legs seem fine IT/achilles/etc-wise.
Looking at my yearly progress so far, since I'm not about to go out and run in the rain:
* 415 hours of training (most logged ever), only 1:05 per day the rest of the way out to crack 500.
* 1700 miles run, only 300 (3.8/day) to make it to 2000
* 88,000 m climbed, only 147/day to 100km (barring injury, this will most definitely happen; at this point in 2018, when I did make it to 100km, I needed ~360m/day)
So anyway, I did something stupid, I seem to have survived, and now I can look at ski season (whatever ski season brings).