One man relay at Hoyt Boy Scout Camp. Pavi and Joe had obviously realised I was feeling a bit homesick, and planned an excellent day of British summer weather (though maybe a little too warm, our raining days don't usually reach 19oC) and a home style course with lots of path routes, some patches of nice forest and some spiky marshy grot to top it all off.
Only real mistake was on the first loop, where I couldn't find the path I wanted and fannied around looking for it instead of just heading down the stream. Other than that I was not aggressive through the crappy bits, but given how tired I was before I started, I was pleasantly surprised. An excellent day to get back into training.
Wow, I really did fanny around on the way to three. Excellent.
Not much to see here, slight wobble on the way to six.
I did indeed accidentally end up OOB. I though I was crossing the full wall to the north in the same direction, and not the ruined one marking the OOB. Oops! My direction was generally dreadful through the rough stuff - more aggression needed to go straighter? Swing to the right intentional after 4 to avoid gunk. Then stopped at the wall because I was very confused by the 90 degree wall which is actually completely hidden by the line for a short time.