See Route Photo posted to the climb "Dead Easy". This climb starts just left of Dead Easy and crosses it to finish to the right of Dead Easy.
Placements on P1 might be a bit tricky for the new trad leader, but P2's placements are much easier to see and place.
The companion route to "Dead Easy", this route is truly "Living Easy": Clean rock, good pro that is easy to place, and a tree-rap anchor. N.F.W. this could have been a FA, but no place was it recorded. If you are on the "launch ledge" it's an easy climb over to the tree island and pitch 2, the better of the two pitches by far!
P1 - START A few feet right of the very toe of the slab, and a few feet left of the right edge. Climb up, with gear placements possible on the flakes and cracks to the right. At about 75 ft, pass by the start of Dead Easy (the triple-trunked oak to your right) and continue up the slab to the left end of the tree island. Walk a few feet right to a maple tree with ancient slings. 150 ft 5.4 [NOTE that you have now "crossed" Dead Easy. ]
P2 - Make the move up just to the left of the tree, then up the slab (gear in a right facing flake, then 1 bolt) headed for the corner/flake that arches left. Climb up this to near the top(gear) and then step over it to the clean, golden slab above. Follow this up ( bolt on left, then another higher up) to brushed footholds in the lichen and into the trees and belay/rap anchor. [Just before the brushed footholds there is a gear placement on the right, "behind" a small bulge-flake. Save your 0.5 (purple) Camalot-sized for this. ] 140 ft 5.4-5.5 PG
Descent - Rap with 2 ropes from the belay/anchor tree to the tree ledge, then with one rope to the ground at a sandy ledge at the level of the start of Dead Easy. A new sling was left as a rap anchor on the tree in spring 2016.
normal rack, esp. mid-sized cams; 3 draws for the bolts
BETA PHOTO: Following P1 of "Livin' Easy, about 70 feet u...
BETA PHOTO: Rapping Livin' Easy - the corner of P2 is seen jus...
BETA PHOTO: Livin' Easy - Looking at P1 from the START, a few ...