Type: Boulder, 9 ft (3 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nick Reecy on Jul 28, 2014
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Domestic Bliss climbs a perfect slab on incut edges. It shares many of the same holds as Rubbing Wigglies and Bug Lift, this just eliminates the left and right aretes.

Stand start with an incut left hand edge, three-finger right hand incut bump/pinch, and a high left foot. From there, crank up to gain a thin right foot edge, bump the left up to an inverted pinch with a decent thumb-catch (crux?), mantle the starting right hand, bump the right foot up, gain the lip, and top it out.


It ascends the center Lacuna's south face. Both the the east and west aretes are off.


A pad should work just fine, the landing is very good.