Discontinuous cracks, side pulls and shallow pockets lead to a blank face with one hole in the middle. Make extremely thin moves to get to this hole and then possibly even harder moves to get through the roof above. Once above the roof the bolt line ends after a few more clips and you'll need to angle left to the last two or three bolts of "Milk Cow Blues".
Where the trail meets the wall scramble left up a third class ramp to the second anchor near a small tree. This is the same belay anchor as for "Milk Cow Blues". The route climbs straight up the wall from this anchor.
11 bolts, shares the anchor with "Milk Cow Blues".