|Date/Time:||2018-10-28 @ 1700|
|Time Entered:||2018-10-28 21:03:55|
|Time Uploaded:||2018-10-28 21:03:55|
|Note:||Morning 6 minute stop had one solo angled NV about 30' followed by a fairly beefy SV to 10', then again with North not as tall. I thought they were alternating a bit until I saw single skinny NV jets with no S. Later concerted action was 30' North and 10' South. At 945 the trough was full of sands and gravels. At my 1700 walk by the trough looked a little cleaner - away from the wall about 1.5 inches, but still quite full. Some of the finer materials were washed away from the wall leaving only the gravels, but it's still heavy sand near the bridge. While I watched several red bb's and red peas came bounding downhill to join their buddies in the trough - so that could explain the larger materials being there. Didn't stop at the platform on the way out but did see a 20' NV and not much from S. Cistern had a gentle boil, hard to see in the a.m., but I wouldn't even call it moderate.|
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