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Nov 5, 2008
According to my guidebook there are 5 routes on the left side but there now appears to be 7?
The last 4 seem pretty obvious, Churning, SoP, Sunsplash, and M. Skank.
I did the farthest left...cool slopey jugs to some crimps to a ledge and then pull a little roof to the chains. I think that's Pockets of Dirt.? (seemed easy for 11d?) Any idea what the other 2 are? In between Pockets and Churning?
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