Third Time's a Charm
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Start in some foliage under a tree and break through the small canopy (at least when I did it) and onto the rock face about ten feet up. From here go up the pedestal and then the crack/dihedral above, where you'll find the crux.
The furthest crack left, Third Time's a Charm is the fourth crack counting from the climber's right (not including The Klinger.)
Standard TR set up. You can probably use the same cracks as for Cussin' Crack (large 3"-4" cams helpful.)
I TR'd this route, but it has cracks for leading from what I can remember.
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