Since Tom Ellis' first spree of development (more of a five day assault), in which he found, shoveled, cleaned, and climbed many of the best lines at Long Lake, little else has been done in the way of expanding the areas potential, for good reason. It's hard work.
Thick carpets of moss and dirt make cleaning a single problem a laborious task, made harder when the end result is hollow or brittle rock. I tapped on holds with a steel pry bar, listening for a dull thud like a lock smith cracking a safe and in the end I was able to add few new problems to the Bob Johnson area; some are very good, others are very bad.
The video shows a few of what I developed that day.