My Name is Earl
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Begin by climbing moderate moves until right under the 1st bolt. Now get ready for the crux: pick from an assortment of slope-y pockets to set yourself up for a throw to a crack. It is only then that you can clip the first bolt, so a stickclip is highly recommended. Continue up a few crack systems, do a fun throw to a large pocket, and if you can find the right holds, the top won't give you any problems.
All in all, a fun boulder problem whose difficulty lies almost entirely in the one crux move.
Up the hill to the left of Pee-Wee, on the short, mossy face.
3 bolts with fixed anchors. Well protected, except for the first bolt: highly recommend stickclip.
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From: Columbus, Ohio
Jul 30, 2012
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII E5 6a
super mossy and stays damp not recommended
From: Crown Point, IN
Sep 24, 2012
Fun highball problem