|Note ID||Start Time (US/Mountain)||End Time (US/Mountain)||Entrant||Note|
|10999||19 Apr 2019 @ 1635||---||Micah Kipple||Periodically sending up streams of bubbles accompanied by steam flames in the vent.|
|10444||25 Sep 2018 @ 1506||---||Micah Kipple||Heavy stream of bubbles coming up to surface. Creating a steady light boil.|
|10132||10 Sep 2018 @ 1212||---||Micah Kipple||Flaming start.|
|10002||03 Sep 2018 @ 0856||---||Micah Kipple||Flaming.|
|9350||31 Jul 2018 @ 0956||---||Micah Kipple||Not flaming|
|9349||31 Jul 2018 @ 0929||---||Micah Kipple||Flaming strongly, thumping, and light ebullition.|
|9293||25 Jul 2018 @ 0924||---||Micah Kipple||Strong Flaming down in the vent|
|8102||04 May 2018 @ 1115||---||Janet Jones||Heavier overflow than I've personally seen. The water level is above the sinter edge and overflowing steadily in many directions. Most of these new overflow channels support a nice growth of orange microbes. Some evidence of potentially even more overflow channels (wet areas without microbes) as well. Very pretty.|
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