Luckily for me Jen doesn't look at the map before these adventures, so I can pretty much rope her into anything!
After getting to the plush bivy in the forest next to the dome we conked out for the night amidst a haze of mosquitos. Upon waking I found out one of the buggers had found its way through my bug net and bitten me near the eye, causing my eyelid to swell up and give me a case of the dreaded Pirate-Eye! This would make the first couple pitches more interesting as I had limited depth perception!
Once we got on the route it was just about as good as it gets; fun slab pitches with finicky protection, great cracks and some unique water runnels forming grooved pitches called the Furrows. All in all, it is a spectacular route in a very beautiful setting, made even better by the fact that we had it to ourselves.
A couple cups of coffee before hitting the road back over the Pass helped get us through the end of the day. Doing this in 2 days was a bit of a stretch, since you end up gaining just as much elevation going back as you did coming in! A quick stop at Carl's Jr. in Bishop and it was back home to Mammoth.