Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Sean Cobourn, FFA Rodney Lanier and Mark Pell
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Shared By: Sean Cobourn on Sep 4, 2008
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Climb the overhanging hueco face past three bolts to the top. Crowders pioneer Wes Love was once described by me in Climbing Magazine as "the ever present Mr. Love". He dropped out of the scene for awhile and the route name was a jab at my missing in action friend (who's little known real first name was Dewey).


Right side of Trundlasaurus Buttress, at overhanging face just right of gully.


3 bolts. top anchors
Robert Hutchins
Robert Hutchins  
This is a difficult route for a fit climber to grade. While there are no moves harder than 9+/10-, a climber who's endurance limit is 10a will not red-point this route. However, if you have greater than 10+ endurance it will feel trivial (assuming you don't do the traditional finish left to the top). Considering the runouts a 10- climber should be a little wary, unless supplementing with gear (which even a fit climber will not list as a 10- endeavor.) Apr 15, 2016
Andy Thorsell
Pineville, NC
  5.10 PG13
Andy Thorsell   Pineville, NC
  5.10 PG13
This is a fun little route, there are plenty of holds all the way up, but they get sharp up at the top and it is slightly overhung. I added a PG13 because there could be some consequences if you fall while clipping the 2nd bolt, there is a decent .5 X4 placement between these bolts if you want to protect it. Looks like the top bolt was recently replaced. Nov 4, 2017