|Min||22d 18h 55m|
|Max||22d 18h 55m|
|Mean||22d 18h 55m|
|Median||22d 18h 55m|
|Note ID||Start Time (US/Mountain)||End Time (US/Mountain)||Entrant||Note|
|4315||14 Jun 2017 @ 1430||---||JSJ||162 degrees Fahrenheit (thermal camera reading). Bluish-colored pool (see attachment). Overflowing - runoff draining into Surging Spring.|
|4309||13 Jun 2017 @ 1319||---||Janet Jones||Boiling harder than on my last visit on 9 June 2017. At 1348, the water started to wobble in the crater like Oval Spring in the Upper Geyser Basin can do. This only lasted less than a minute and when it quit, the boiling lessened for a short time before starting up again.|
|4285||09 Jun 2017 @ 1010||---||Janet Jones||On the 4th it had quite a bit of green to it, but today it was turbid and very blue.|
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