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Atari Dream V0 4 PG13
Bruised and Confused aka Dong of Dob V8 7B
Cankle Arete V4 6B
Cheers to Voyager V4 6B
Chiseled Edge Project V8+ 7B+
Critters V5 6C
Dazed and Contused V4 6B PG13
Flesh Rodeo V8 7B PG13
Freebie V1 5
I See the Bucket V3 6A
Inquisition V4 6B
Jafar V1 5
Little Pine Tree V5 6C
Lost and Abused V0 4
Medium Smalls V0 4
Neutral V3 6A
Oogenesis V8 7B
Over Easy V0 4
Perscrutation V3 6A
Pivot Point V6-7 7A+
Pivotal Project V10+ 7C+
Postmaster, The V1 5
Rocket Man V9 7C
Spelunker V2 5+ R
Spinal Tap V5 6C
Swimming Pools V0 4
Swivel Sit V2 5+
V-Easty V-easy 3
Warmup V0 4
Young Eggs V4 6B
Zebra Slab V1 5
Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
Page Views: 235 total · 23/month
Shared By: Joel Ledvina on May 21, 2017
Admins: Burt Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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This thing is way too hard for me to ever have a chance of sending, but all the holds are there. It likely starts matched on a half pad crimp rail down low. A few powerful moves on perfect edges and horridly small feet leads to an easy finish. It is about 25 degrees overhanging.


In a small talus field that is a 5 min walk west of "Variation of I See the Bucket" (West Post). Also, I posted a picture of the location.


2-3 pads. Full pads fit better than big pads. I moved a big boulder a bit to make the landing flatter. It would be nice to get the boulder out of there completely but I couldn't manage it by myself.



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