|Geyser:||Fan and Mortar Event Cycle|
|Time Entered:||2018-09-02 18:13:20|
|Time Updated:||2018-09-02 20:27:15|
|Time Uploaded:||2018-09-02 20:27:20|
|Observer:||c.barwin, Pat Snyder, Polly, RMichaels, and many others.|
|Submitted to:||GeyserTimes for Android|
|Comments:||River cough at 1735. River on 1737. Angle blip and heavy Main Vent steam at 1738. River off 1739. 1741 River on with heavy steam from Main. Gold on 1743. River and Gold off 1746. River back on 1747. River off again 1750. First Main Vent splash at 1757. Splashing from Main was almost continuous with a few of decent size. River back on at 1811 to end 21 min. pause. Continued splashing in Main. River off yet again at 1816. Last Main splash around this time. River back on 1819. Gold on 22 min. later at 1841. Angle on 1845. Water levels looked very promising at times, with High jetting 1-6 feet for up to a minute at a time. Once again it couldn't commit to a lock. Water levels gradually waned and by 1900 it was clear there would be no eruption. Very unusual start to an Event Cycle that caused much consternation over the radio. The energy of event cycles has been incrementally improving nonetheless.|
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