Eruption 1162284

Date:2020-03-23
Time:1003 ie
Geyser:Other Geyser
Webcam:Yes
Initial:No
Major/Minor:N/A
Duration:
Time Entered:2020-03-23 12:20:57
Time Updated:2020-03-23 15:56:52
Time Uploaded:2020-03-23 15:56:53
Entrant:JarnoO
Observer:
Submitted to:Geysertimes.org
Comments:Unnamed feature some 60 feet northeast of Surge (co-ordinates: 44°27'46.8"N 110°49'44.8"W) with an impressive runoff for its size. First time I've seen it erupting, but it appears to have been around for years based on Google Maps imaging.

Here is a link to the location that is mentioned in comments: https://goo.gl/maps/dbUTDvUUcBX7gwaD7
Entrant: EricZ
Time Entered:2020-03-23 16:12:47
Time Uploaded:2020-03-23 16:12:47
Submitted to:Geysertimes.org
This is an Unnamed Perpetual Spouter that has been present since at the very least 2013 although likely far longer. It constantly erupts 1-2 feet high and produces enough runoff to keep a vibrant bacteria mat healthy.
Entrant: Micah Kipple
Time Entered:2020-03-23 22:05:54
Time Uploaded:2020-03-23 22:05:54
Submitted to:Geysertimes.org
No confirms for this eruption.
No flags for this eruption.
No attachments for this eruption.


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