28)**Moon Shadow 5.12a. Thin face climbing with 6 bolts and shuts. Unfortunately, most of the bolts have been chopped or the hangers stolen, but it can still be readily top-roped. I don’t understand such behavior. Starts 15 left of Duck Walk.
29)****Duck Walk 5.10cR. A truly marvelous mixture of techniques; one bolt, large to medium gear and a few tiny wires. Tape absolutely necessary. Overhang move off the deck, short crack, traverse up and right to bolt, then back left. Dead-point to crack under final overhang, jam out and up right. Know how to lead or don't start at all. 85 tough feet.
OR 6, 3 - 30
31)*Waste Age 5.12a. Alleged face climb straight up to the same anchor.
32)****Psychobabble 5.10bPG. Nice face climbing on wonderfully solid crystals. Improbable crystal pinching crux right at the top. A couple of nuts low in the right hand crack, then a trio or so of bolts. Again, the same anchor as Dobie, now to your left. 65feet.
The climb is beautifully named: as I stood, panting, cursing softly, barely able to turn my head downward to that tiny foothold at the crux, trying to bounce my foot onto it, I certainly felt driven to a spot far distant from a normal cast of mind, a sane and rational appraisal; such an appraisal would tell me to ease off, drop gracefully past the bolt and bounce to a stop just below it on the soft rope, and then depart in humility. But this possibility didn’t even exist in my mind, honestly: I had been sucked into the interior world of the Problem, and nothing remained but the striving to Solve the Problem; to fall would be to break the chain, to waken from a short but noble dream of utter triumph, back into a limited, ambiguous world.
So I bailed from the anchors (stiff, not very new nylon slings through three ancient but good pitons), ate my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and used the anchored rope to top-rope the Dobie Gillis route, just for fun; seemed easy.”
(The experiences of a solo climber some time ago, sorting his weaknesses. Your mileage may differ.)
33)*Unknown 5.7. Climb crack 15 feet to left of Rusty Bong. Same belay as Rusty Bong.
36)**Ragged Edge 5.10cR. Straight up a striking, sharp 60 foot arête, near the right end of the area; can be top-roped, very strenuous lead with a difficult finish.
37)***Pissant Overhang 5.11b. Obvious wide hand crack splitting body length overhang near the top of the south western end descent to the PATC Wall. Lots of tape, and sequence the jams well. The first part, just through the roof, is a good boulder problem if spotted. This is not a 20 foot roof problem, but John Long’s taped-up welders' gloves might come in handy. After turning the roof, the jamming is straight forward to the top. Top rope, as the crux is too close to the ground.