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Sit start on an excellent low juggy rail, and move left to another excellent jug. From here, find good small feet, and move up to sharp crimps, then a slabby topout on juggy patina. See pg. 165, picture B8 in Croft and Lewis's "Bishop Area Rock Climbs" (problem is slightly to left of line indicated in image.)
On Girl Rock, at the obvious chalked up low rail/jugs in the middle of the Northeast face, to the immediate left of the large patch of patina.