There were some straight fesh-fesh sections as well. The road book is really, really good 99% of the time. I mean, its spot on a lot of the time. Even so there are areas you get into that are five to six km wide and you don't really know where, exactly, you need to be to hit a checkpoint. In general, I like to ride in eyesight of the main, burned in line but not on top of it. The reason being that the main line is obviously where a lot of riders ahead of me are going and they haven't passed me going the other direction so it's still the right direction. The other reason is that the terrain is usually more firm out of the beaten line. I could be slower out of it, but I feel safer.