A nice moderate(for the White Wall) line that serves up pretty casual, fun climbing. Lots of face holds and rests make this quite a bit different from the sustained Forks jam fests that you came for.
Climb a slab to a hollow block in the initial bulge. Follow the leaning ladder up and right, crank a few finger locks. A boulder problem out right gets you under the improbable looking roof. Stuff in a variety of gear and float crux sport moves up into the ball pit. Tip toe to the top a few body lengths without gear.
On the White Wall, left of Forks Flyer, start on the left end of the red soil. Look for a bulge 20 feet up and a finger crack by the arête. Exit the top roof to the right. The top has no gear, but a stout Pine tree about 60 back from the top offers the best anchor...When you are on top, its below the northern end of the grassy clearing.
A double set of TCU's from #0 to #3 Metolius and singles to BD #1 will sew it up nicely. Small to med. nuts also very helpful. Runners for most pieces.