Pretty good run by my usual standards--only one really stupid mistake out of many opportunities (#4). Further evidence that, for whatever reason, I navigate better (even relative to others) when there is more than a minimum level of visibility in the woods (e.g., unlike HR in the summer and Elk Neck). Must just be a "big picture" kinda guy.
Looking at route gadget, my intent to be conservative (and hit lots of water stops) cost more total distance than I expected, but apparently did work in minimizing big errors.
Conditioning wasn't a problem--really only dragged going up a few brutal hills. Still, lots of room for improvement there.