Once again, I don't know the actual names of these problems. I just made these up. Also, the grades are approximate, based on my faulty memory and out of shape body. Regardless, these are some of the more pleasant boulder problems because they take obvious lines, are on good stone, and have fun movement.
This corner is a good place to drop your pad, especially if you don't have a spotter, since you will have several distinct lines in close proximity and these are all easily managed solo with a pad and sense of when not to fall. If you are first arriving at this area from the described approach, these boulders are about 75 feet further along the main trail after the first climbers trail breaks uphill. The corner faces away from you as you approach from the East.