Start just right of a small garden of ferns. The starting jugs may be a bit slimy, but quality quickly improves. The opening boulder problem goes up a grey belly of overhanging limestone on 3 drilled pockets and then through a series of small but good crimps. Once you're under the honey comb stone, it's 5.9 to the chains. It's always better using natural features of the rock, but the ethic in Central TX back in the day was to get the most out of the rock we had and add pockets to make routes go when needed. Despite a few manufactured holds, this route has great movement and is a ton of fun.