January 18, 2010 - Five Ten
Update from Randy Puro
Beautiful, perfect rock, amazing, movement, technical and spicy. A real gem. While cleaning it, I found a bolt buried under the moss; so I guess it's an old top rope problem from days gone by. I've been on the hunt trying to find out some information, but the people I've contacted know very little about it. Shocking that such a gem didn't get passed down. I'm guessing though that I probably have the first bouldering ascent, and it certainly felt that way, venturing higher and higher, taking bigger and bigger ground falls. Anyway, I had a huge small on my face at the end:) Put up another handful of gems as well. The valley keeps on producing, and I have a list of projects a mile long. P$yched for the spring. Hoping to get down to Hueco a bit as well this winter." -Randy Puro
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