Sheryl, bless her, and I met at the field again today, 8:30 a.m. We feel rushed to practice eanother lawn mowing, and there will be nothing set up again until Saturday night, so we stayed there for 2.5 hours.
As illustrated, green H can handle 1 (see-saw), from the right side and be in a good position to direct D into the tunnel past 4, then U-turn back and over 4 with a right/left arm change, but on the red path after the FC before 4, the rest of path is the same (orange path and H). I moved the upper turquoise jump to the right to make room for my orange H's, but in reality it is right in the H1 space so there isn't as much room at H1 to maneuver as shown. It becomes imperative to block that jump with your body.
At H2, it's very hard to run fast enough to get a FC in -- you almost have to flip D to 6. But flips are frowned upon in some schools, and it makes you feel like a darn airplane there are so many arm changes in this sequence! I don't know what else to do? I may reach out and ask our local experts.
Addendum: I did reach out, and Georgie came back with the FC solution. I tried it several times but there isn't really enough time at H2. So I resorted to the flip. It worked for Maxie about half the time. Lucky went HUH! I can see that teaching the flip is important after all. Sometimes you might need that flip. Okay, so next I'll blog about The Flip.