This traverse stays right next to the ground on holds that can be kind of slimy. Start at the starting holds for the center roof problem, then work right on footholds that are usually only two or three inches off the ground. Also, most of the handholds are only about 3 feet off the ground. Keep traversing until the right edge of the rock.
This route definitely has manufactured footholds, but I would doubt that it was done by climbers. It seems more that someone was having fun sculpting the rock. Much of this boulder has previous descruction of this sort.
Lowball problem, easily done without a pad or spotter, but always nice to have.
Adding what I call "Creative Climbing" to the lowe...