Eruption 982122

Time Entered:2017-09-26 06:56:27
Time Uploaded:2017-10-02 14:28:49
Observer:1968 log
Comments:Another list says 2:08 mab~ Mrs. Decker was over in the campground but she heard it. Most of the water went to the west of the geyser. The trees were wet at 10:00 am about 250 feet west of the boardwalk. The boardwalk west of the geyser has sand and dirt all over it. The eruption was not as loud as the June 3rd eruption. Most of the people we talked to that were camping at the Norris campground said they heard the geyser. Mrs Decker stayed at the geyser from 2:15 am to 2:30 pm. She did take time out to have something to eat. Mrs Decker made as many visitor contacts as the Rangers did.

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