Eruption 978167

Time:2149 ns
Time Entered:2017-09-23 15:03:22
Time Uploaded:2017-10-02 14:28:47
Observer:1965 log
Comments:9:49 pm I heard the first rumbling in the the scene within 5 min. The moon was full and it appeared that the N Vent was phase was just about over. The fallout zone was right over the new railing & observation platform. There was gravel on the boardwalks bridging the principle drainage ditch. Cistern pool was full of debris and at 11pm was still only lukewarm. There was no noticeable choking sound from the North vent. South vent water phase lasted perhaps 45-60 min. The steam cloud rose perhaps 400-500’ before drifting in the wind. Went back again around 11:30 and the fall-out zone had shifted so that everything within a radius of 300’ or more of the vents was thoroughly wet but the main area of drenching was the wooded area where the observation platform is. Drove up the road to overlook just S. of Frying Pan Spring {10:45 pm} Sound clearly audible. Steam cloud nearly as high as Gibbon Hill. Four people from Canyon who were driving by also stopped to witness the eruption.

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