NavNight 25/4/2012

This week we had two Yellow courses in Summerhouse Knot, in conjunction with the LOC Technical event.  The distances were slightly shorter than the previous week, but starting on a path, which helped a lot.

Everyone got round successfully, except for one girl, who was trying to cut corners, and not always succeeding.  The key to doing this is to use a compass bearing and then deliberately “aiming off” to one side of the line feature you are approaching.  If you aim off the the left, say, then you know when you hit the line feature you have to turn right.

As I was having my run, Adam collected the controls in so that when I finished we could go straight to the Angler’s Arms for a brief social session.

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