If I had been more skillful, I maybe could have found some kind of a restful stance higher up to place a third screw instead of trying to power through to the rest that I could see. Maybe I could have found a crampon placement on the rock further behind me on the right, for example, that would have let me stem a bit and get a rest. Then, I would have been in a better state both mentally (because of the screw) and physically (because of the stem rest) to continue. Or I guess if I had been stronger, I could have powered all the way through it instead of pumping out, but there's not much to admire in that.
Wish I had taken a picture of what it looked like before I got on it, so what I'm talking about would make more sense. On Saturday, it really did not look very much like any of the pictures I've found around on the net so far. After about 1/3 or 1/2 of the way up, there was no ice on the right hand wall, the middle of the route was mostly just a vertical, maybe a little bit overhanging pillar/curtain. When I made the decision to get on it, I figured I would probably find some OK rock holds on the right to stem on, but I never did.
Ha, turns out that sitting here with a broken ankle, frustrated at the prospect of not being able to climb for weeks, makes me inclined to yak in climbing forums. Who knew?