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A little taller and more spicy than the other routes on this boulder. Crux is past the lip and the landing could be quite bad due to the smaller boulder to your right.
I was alone and inebriated when I found this boulder and did this problem. Not wise.
Three-man boulder is SE of Funguy and East of Peck's Mystery. There is a East-facing, huecoed overhang.
This problem is the right-most on the overhang, almost against the small boulder to the side. Sit start and pull jugs until they disappear at the lip. Use small edges and balance to get over the lip and top out. Don't catch your foot on the small boulder if you fall. Problem #4 in the photo.
A harder variation by Keith "Butters" Thomas is to sit start at the far left and traverse right to this problem and then go up.
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