Eruption 1048495

Geyser:Giant Hot Period
Standardized Duration:~10m 30s
Time Entered:2018-08-04 01:20:31
Time Updated:2018-09-27 19:30:36
Time Uploaded:2018-09-27 19:30:40
Observer:Mkeller, hk, Suzanne, Brian G., Tara & Jeff C.
Submitted to:GeyserTimes Android App
Comments:Nothing but short Bijou pauses for 3 hours prior. SW Vents preceded Feather. Feather 2224, Feather's Satellite started about 30s later. Rust started soon after, Cave started to bubble, and Turtle began to overflow. Cave on to 2 feet at 2226. Mastiff was flat with only a few pushes of overflow until about 3 minutes into Feather when it started steady boiling and surging, first to 2-3 feet and then building to 4-6 feet and wide, with two surges to cone height. 6 minutes after Feather, India was inundated. Mastiff then went flat and dropped about 7 minutes into Feather and Bijou came back on. Cave quit and Feather weakened slightly before quickly resuming full height as Posthole, Posthole Satellite, and Slit started. Giant immediately showed a high water level and surges built quickly to halfway up the cone. Then there was a series if voluminous surges to the top of the cone that poured a flood of water out the front and then the column lifted up about 10m30s into the hot period.

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