Orienteering 40:00 
Time is a guess. SUPER fun course in a Tucson park, where the saguaro cacti were mapped and very useful to triangulate off of on the run. Running was sweet, soft but resistant ground and low bushy stuff to jump over and prickly stuff to avoid. Lots of friends were there!
What I learned today and yesterday was to try and find points on the landscape (like the saguaros) that I can use similarly... Also yesterday got the idea that I want to make sure and estimate distance, and use the compass - sometimes going straight and checking off features while knowing the distance should work pretty well. And as usual, the more climb I avoid the better, which of course is at odds with going straight. Anyway, I'm looking forward to tomorrow!
Walking in the woods 30:00 
Trail-O. I was determined to be careful and deliberate. I used the compass more than I have in the past, often taking multiple bearings. And I did the distance estimation, and matched as many features as I could. It turned out pretty well. 2 wrong. 1 of those I knew was wrong as I walked further down the path. The other one, I think I missed seeing one of the controls, and mistook one of the controls from the next (timed) control for one of mine. This seemed much less "random" than other times I've tried; more things made sense.