Second pillar detached from the main wall. This has the best gear leads in the area, often nice shade on the river side (the tree that touches the top of the pillar is NOT a viable downclimb, by the way), and is often tricky to find a good belay spot at due to high water creating puddles and/or goose poo.
Walk past the first two pillars, attempting to avoid glass, puddles, and goose shite.
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