Seclusion (5.7, 5.8, and 5.10a variations)
Stan's Lead 5.7 variation
Flaky-- Like many others, I could not get the standard 5.8 and found that the 5.9 variation, which involves pulling the overhang in the middle, was easier.
Was able to use the same anchor setup for both because the two routes are so close together and finish in the same spot.
Got on Flaky, Snow Flake, and Great Beginnings. Alternative start to GB: instead of traversing left to right in the beginning, ascend from directly underneath the far-right big triangular hold. Cuts some of the harder moves, turning it into a 5.8/7.
Scrambled up several of the easier routes.
When I did this the first time I finished to the left and the second time I finished more to the right of where it tops out. It was a good day but HOT!
Toproped Nubbin, Zig-Zag edge, Stan's Lead. I like the many variation of the routes in such a small area.
My first time, I quit on an exposed move I didn't like too much (I was free soloing). The next time, though, I either found more guts or abandoned good sense and made the move. Now it's pretty quick and easy.
First outdoor roped climb-- thanks to SP member climbhighnow and his friend Tracy for their patience and help.
by toprope with SP member climbhighnow and his friend Tracy
Romeo's Retreat, OJB, Seclusion, Nubbin, Stan's Lead-- scrambles