Hanging controls for training. This is the jogging portion. Once up Mt. Misery. Had trouble finding the NW dot knoll (I've looked for it before) and now am convinced the map is not right and the knoll doesn't really exist anymore.
I did find the manmade object in the green, however. It shouldn't exist on the map, but the grey boundary marker is lying on its side in the laurel.
Orienteering1:23:00*** shoes: Asics Dirt Devils
Wyatt's Mt. Misery training, with epunches supplied by Sandy.
A nice, tough outing. Wyatt suggested the course was doable in 60, but in retrospect, I'd have to differ. A 70 would be a great run, I think.
Spent some time waiting to cross the road and explaining what we were doing to the homeowner who has appropriated part of the national park for his own purposes.
Twice more up Mt. Misery.
The shoes are great, but not so great in the rocks.