For some this course may not be theoretical. Start by climbing on or near an obvious arête. Follow the bolt line above, using a good cam or two to protect the moves to the fourth bolt. The crux is somewhat cryptic climbing on slightly overhanging rock to a nice perch, followed by easy gear protected moves to chains. Expect some new-route choss -- consider a helmet for the belayer.
See the approach for Basic Aeronautics. From the flat area under the cedar tree, walk right out the ledge, past the start for Basic Aeronautics, for maybe 30 feet to the starting arête. A decent belay can be arranged on the road-facing side of a gendarme-like protrusion under the arête.
Draws and several cams from fingers to 1 1/2 inches. Rap/lower from chains.