|Time Entered:||2019-09-04 05:43:08|
|Time Updated:||2019-09-04 20:29:44|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-09-04 20:29:47|
|Comments:||1 super burst roughly 150ft observed at the start of the first series. Edit: just wanted to clarify a few things concerning the eruption this AM. I arrived at the geyser around 3:45 AM. I have seen it probably a dozen or so times from the start reaching 75-80ft according to some more frequent geyser gazers than myself on the tallest bursts I had seen. Today the geyser began with its usual small fountain and then shot into the air at easily double the tallest Height I had seen on the dozen of other eruptions. Up to this point I had never logged an eruption as there was always plenty of others more enamored with the logging process than myself. But being that I was the only person to witness such a fantastic eruption I took it upon myself to create an account and log the interval so other gazers could show up this afternoon. Now, if someone wants to wake up early, come see the geyser, put in the effort I have no problem with chit chat about the eruption, your opinion on the eruption and or clarification on what took place. However if you slept through it, are a couch/laptop gazer, or just a gaslighter in general and proceed to speculate/ or make condescending remarks in person to me concerning the eruption height, time of the eruption, or details of the eruption you can “get your burger to go” because I don’t really care what you have to say.|
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