|Date/Time From:||2018-06-23 @ 1400|
|Date/Time To:||2018-06-23 @ 2020|
|Time Entered:||2018-06-23 17:16:09|
|Time Updated:||2018-06-23 20:45:02|
|Time Uploaded:||2018-06-23 20:50:30|
|Submitted to:||GeyserTimes Android App|
|Note:||Appears to have improved some from this morning as far as runoff from SV and NV activity. Observed "pooling" in the SV and continuous (more than a trickle) runoff at the bridge for first time. Trough at bottom of SV runoff remains full of gravel. NV 25-30+ feet with regular vertical play. SV still not putting out water as it did previous to past eruptions. 1857, first big concerted, sustained (5+ sec) minor, seen by this writer, that put a substantial amount of water, down SV runoff. (quiet babbling brook).1900 fair runoff from SV pushing gravel down runoff. 1949, NV continues to have percussive, vertical minors, 25-30+ ft, seldom in concert with SV. No further strong pushes down SV runoff. Cistern is vigorously boiling 6-8" at middle of pool, barely overflowing on east side of pool|
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