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Auxiliary Power V2 5+
Bandwidth V0 4
Voltage V0 4
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 17, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

Electricity Boulder:

Fun Problem!

continue a few yards past the Autumn Boulder and the Jet Boulder, past the massive fallen hollow tree, and look deep into the forest to your left. you will see a small unassuming boulder face (that you may otherwise second guess or walk past). this is the Tuna Boulder.

Once at the Tuna Boulder, walk to the right (parallel to the trail) and you will see the Yates Boulder.

Yet again, walk left and slightly back (away, but still parallel with the trail) and you will see this small (slightly larger than the last) boulder.

Auxiliary Power Starts on the far left side of the boulder on the low lip of the boulder (where Short Circuit begins). traverse left along the lip to gain a low, large jug. toss far and right to a long flat rail ledge. continue right to gain the high top out hold, which is an obvious protruding rounded lobe fin, which is flat on top. top out here.

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Electricity Boulder:

continue a few yards past the Autumn Boulder and the Jet Boulder, past the massive fallen hollow tree, and look deep into the forest to your left. you will see a small unassuming boulder face (that you may otherwise second guess or walk past). this is the Tuna Boulder.

Once at the Tuna Boulder, walk to the right (parallel to the trail) and you will see the Yates Boulder.

Yet again, walk left and slightly back (away, but still parallel with the trail) and you will see this small (slightly larger than the last) boulder.

Auxiliary Power Starts on the far left side of the boulder on the low lip of the boulder (where Short Circuit begins).

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