Eruption 1089272

Date:2019-07-01
Time:1233 ie
Geyser:Other Geyser
Webcam:No
Initial:No
Major/Minor:N/A
Duration:
Time Entered:2019-07-02 00:35:44
Time Uploaded:2019-07-02 00:35:49
Entrant:steve
Observer:
Submitted to:GeyserTimes for iOS
Comments:Grey Bulger is a perpetual spouter to about 15 feet. There is a new geyser in the area also, between Grey Bulger and the Young Hopeful sign but a bit farther out. I saw it at 1233 i.e., 1240, and 1247. Height of about 5 feet. It starts as a splashing boil and gradually increases over a minute or two to full height, then turns off. It is leaving a large wet area beyond it from the overflow of the eruptions which then drains into another vent.

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