Starting at two good crimps and a small left foot, and fire up into a right-facing slopey ramp. Find a way to get your feet to the starting holds, and balance through the topout.
This problem is right of Oatmeal Bath on Chickenpox Rock.
Chickenpox Rock is the second boulder directly uphill from Hank's. It's easily identifiable by its diminutive stature and several pox-shaped lichen spots on the rock's uphill face.
Rocky landing makes a pad useful, especially for the fairly dynamic first move.
Standing up on Volcano's starting holds.