This route is found about 25 feet down and to the right of Rambo Santa. Look for the obvious 6 foot roof with a tree above it. P1: Head up the runout slab to the roof. Place a large cam in a crack and/or clip a mangled bolt with a long runner. Pull the one move wonder and belay from chains on the tree. P2: It is possible to continue up runout slabs to the Rambo Santa belay. (5.6R). [Apparently, aka Schoolmarms in Space.]
It is a fun route all the same. You can make it more challenging by starting at the far left side of the roof and climbing the jugs to the normal pull out point. This is safest if done on top rope although you could clip the spinner and [traverse] to the left to climb it this way. I did see a female climber, [maybe] Liz Grennard, pull the roof via a finger crack at the lip that is a few feet right of the normal pull over point. Looked cool, but I [couldn't] do it.
When I lead this route I usually place a cam in the crack where the roof meets the face. I put a 4 foot runner on it to get rid of the rope drag. I still would not want to fall on the spinner but if I did, and it pulled at least I [wouldn't] hit the ground. It would however be a hell of a back slapper on the slab. Ouch!!!
BETA: There is a small crack up and right of the manky old bolt. In fact, you can see it in the pictures. If you don't trust that POS bolt, you can slot a small stopper (Wild Country Rock #1, BD #4, or an RP) or a very small cam in the small crack. In fact, there is probably enough room for two pieces of gear. Makes me wonder why the bolt is even there.
P2 (aka, Schoolmarms in Space) has a long run-out just above the belay (5.6R sounds about fair). The climbing is okay, but not as hard as the P1 crux. Finding pro on P2 is the crux. Veer left from the tree, then head straight up. You end up clipping an old crappy bolt just below the Rambo Santa anchors.
The climb up to the roof can be adequately protected if you shoot left on the bushy ramp about 10 feet up until you meet the roof and then head back right under the roof to the bolt. To avoid rope drag, run out the initial ramp (which is easy) as much as you dare and then use long runners. The bolt is scary. Definitely back it up.