Danefield orienteering, a course I'd planned utilising some of the permanent controls. I headed to my last control first, lots of circles on the map, then mucked up 2, I got confused by the streams. I couldn't figure out 4, I was too high up and struggled visualising it, probably would have been better to have had an attackpoint (writing this I've remembered my two step plan to orienteering success which hasn't failed me, I need to utilise it again). After that it was all better though. 17 and 18 I didn't actually visit and I didn't realise. I found equivalent features, but could have seen by the vegetation I was wrong. An attackpoint for 21 would have been useful as well. I felt stronger running today which is encouraging, I couldn't really say how much or if my foot hurt, although it's been hurting around the house a bit (but not if I walk straight). Calf muscles finally recovered.
The ground was frozen, so made descending more demanding than usual, snow was pretty.https://photos.app.goo.gl/F9ZbowwZAQThGuTg8