|Time Entered:||2020-09-15 06:55:18|
|Time Uploaded:||2020-09-15 06:55:18|
|Observer:||VR for the start|
|Comments:||I pulled in just as the eruption began. A superburst occured while I was parking. Based on the measured eruption the next day of 190ft, I estimated this one to be well over 220ft, probably 240ft. Eruption column looked like Giant Geyser from the vent, a foamy wave of white water lapped up on to the gravel berm and the parking lot got soaked. Besides SB I have not seen that much water get produced by a geyser in one fell swoop, not even Giant. YMMV, I called it a superburst :D|
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