This route always has a wide streak of water and slimy moss near the base. Monday it was dry, and I got to lead this fun route. It is a diagonal traverse with good protection a the bottom, although I hit about 50 feet of low-grade friction runout at the top, made more interesting due to rope drag.
A bat yelled at me from his crevice at the top of the steeper section.
I only climbed this route again for the benefit of my climbing partner, but I have to admit that this one is a little fun. I might climb this route again if I returned but only if it was for a new climbing partner.
This was the last route I climbed that day. It started to rain the moment we hit the ground. The crack was easy to follow and allowed for ample pro. I used the fixed pin from Name Unknown as a belay, then rapped off of a tree.