Start on somewhat slabby terrain, without the pockets and chert that you find on other Ten Sleep routes. Reaching the first bolt was thoughtful and you couldn't just reach up for pockets or jugs. Pockets and jugs appear for the next two bolts and I felt the crux was getting into position to clip the 4th bolt. Good stance to reach the anchor. Overall, this route and the 10a to its right make for a nice warm-up or cool-down to the day.
This route is immediately left of "Purple and Yellow Blast", just to the left of a pine tree. The belay stance is a bit slanted, but not bad. When you get to Whiny Baby Wall, go uphill and left on steep dirt, pass a stack of rocks and the pine tree and you'll see the line of bolts.
4 Quickdraws to a standard bolted anchor with quicklinks.