We ended up not going to Hall's after all. Due to a family issue I had to be closer to home, so we went over to Humphry's and climbed a bunch of the stuff on the far left end of the Geriatric Walls.
We started with George leading a climb I put up 2 years ago, but somehow forgot to put in the route section and now I can't remember the name. The route starts about 50' left of 3 Brushes at a mossy face, directly below an obvious arch about 50' up. Once you start climbing you see that all of the hand and footholds are clean and there are gear-placements in horizontals everywhere you want it. You climb to the arch past 1 bolt, step up and move directly left onto the clean face. You climb the face with a few gear placements, continuing to a 2-bolt anchor. I seem to remember it being 5.7, and that seems about right. Next I led 3 Brushes, a nice 5.5 that Chris Magness and Jessie Serroca put up. That one's always fun. After that I led another of my climbs I hadn't sone in several years, The Life Of Riley. It rarely gets done, but the 1st pitch is actually pretty cool.
After a snack George wanted to try doing an unclimbed vegetated face he had spotted as we were wandering around. He managed a line that wove up through some bushes and ended just below a tree. I won't say exactly where it is yet because he wants to go back and add a bolt since the upper headwall is unprotected. It's actually nicer than a lot of George's "adventure routes"!
All in all a very nice day. Perfect temperature and not that many bugs! We were both surprised that we didn't see anyone else all day.