Snce I was just trying to get in time on the rock, I started a little further right than normal. This made the distance to the first bolt very long and runout. For those using Selected Climbs, the route description does not match what you will find at the bolts. If you climb straight up from the first bolt, the climbing will be in the 5.10A to B range. You have to go right for climbing in the 5.9 range and then move back left to the bolt. The two bolts don't seem to go together very well, especially since you are heading to the base of Great White Way. It is still a fun climb no matter how you go about it.
I believe this was originally the first pitch of Great White Way. The start is uphill from the Block Route and is a little bit of a scramble. It starts below some dikes and heads up slightly right past two bolts, eventually ending up beneath the Great White Way. There are many alternative paths that may be taken along the way. There is quite a bit of rock between this route and the Block route. I had to rap back down afterwards to get something and took another, unprotected line back to the top just to make it more interesting.
Alternative route to Tree Ledge. Traverse after the first bolt is not *hard*, but heady. It is hard to know how to grade routes at Stone, because it's a combination between (1) confidence and experience with your footwork on slab and (2) keeping your cool. After second bolt, I angled right to place a C4 no. 1 under the flake for a last piece of pro.