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Extra Mileage 
Five O'Clock Shadow 
Floatation Left? 
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One Flow 
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Warm-up Crack 

Extra Mileage 

Hueco: V4 Font: 6B

   
Type:  Boulder, 12'
Consensus:  Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]
FA: Shawn McCauley
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Submitted By: Jay Shultis on Jan 27, 2013

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BETA PHOTO: SDS left of the tree in the low scoop.

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May be unclimable/totally different due to DERECHO. Tree is uprooted and root ball is kinda in the way o fthis. Low crux but fun problem. Just left of the big tree on the side of the boulder facing the river is a low scoop. SDS in the scoop using crimps at the lip. Deadpoint to a high crimp and climb the face.

Location 

River side of the Flow boulder

Protection 

pad


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By shawn mccauley
Jan 29, 2013

i put that up in 1998 i called it Extra Mileage but i like "the dish" better. there are two on that face the right one is Five O'clock Shadow and is a SDS also 1998. i also out up Flotation v5/6 SDS 1999 on the right side of the boulder and goes out a bulge/mini roof out over block on the ground. there are 2 on the left side of the boulder called One Flow V3 SDS and No Flow a one move wonder pop to the top from the same SDS holds as One Flow V6 maybe, both done in 1998. (My descriptions make more since if you look at the other photo you posted of the whole boulder).
By Jay Shultis
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From: Blacksburg VA
Feb 4, 2013

No Flow and One flow are not pictured, and would be Left of Extra Mileage? I vaguely remember them, on a short steep 45, super lowball.
By shawn mccauley
Feb 4, 2013

yep that's correct Flow pops to a good left handed hold then up while No Flow is straight up to a hard to snag sloper on top center they use the same start.