Sunday brown. Cool with little sun. I'd give this about a B vs yesterday's about an A. A bit shorter than I would have liked but this weekend was a look-see into what's working.
#3 lost maybe 20" going one way then the other deciding where to cross a narrow part of swamp and another 20" balancing on a small log etc; #4 from the boulder in the marsh, I could see a reentrant, one not mapped, went to it, no flag. The flag was about 30m to the N in the mapped reentrant. Maybe 30" lost. #5 did not keep in contact with the map along the marshes - stopped too early, investigated a knoll with no flag. Allowed loss of map contact. Maybe 1.5' lost; #7, the last control - went to the AP of two boulders. Was not deliberate enough & went to the base of the lower contour. No reentrant with depression. Went back to the two boulders & took a bearing & that got me there, having lost maybe 75". Stopped there on my way back from picking up a few flags and a water stop. From the two boulders, the map was fine. I could even see the boulder next to the flag. Slow and deliberate when called for (often) gets one home faster. With this weekend, I felt like I returned to competitive orienteering, though behind the eight ball.
Another camping weekend well done by hardworking UNO troopers. I wasn't of much help for a number of reasons. This meet may be 20+ yrs old by Darrell's estimate. Popular and in need of help all the while.
No GPS watch currently.