Type: Boulder
FA: Neil Pothier - late '70s
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Shared By: Jake D. on Feb 3, 2010
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Access Issue: As of May 9th the temporary closing due to covid-19 of Lincoln Woods and some Rhode Island state parks has been lifted. There currently is reduced parking to keep the visitor numbers down and an earlier closing time of 6 pm. Visit riparks.com/ for more information Details

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The left side of the ledge is overhanging. At the right edge of the steepness is a big arching flake. Left of the flake is a big horny jug. Start standing (or jumping to) the jug and do a big iron cross out left and continue traversing left on crimps. Finish up on Fish Crack at the end of the face and top out on the sloper jug.
- originally this was done by starting up the big flake, which significantly adds to the pump, though most do the shortened version now or go all the way for Loadies Dream

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