|Date/Time From:||2019-05-13 @ 0640|
|Date/Time To:||2019-05-13 @ 1915|
|Observer:||billandcarol and many others.|
|Time Entered:||2019-05-13 21:47:20|
|Time Updated:||2019-05-13 21:57:48|
|Time Uploaded:||2019-05-13 22:06:29|
|Submitted to:||GeyserTimes for Android|
|Note:||Lots of concerted play throughout the day with SV dominating the action. SV had continuous runoff with strong, vertical, sustained minors occurring once or twice an hour. Vertical NV minors were less frequent, and shut down by SV quickly. There were 2 events during the day where NV was sustained for maybe 5 sec. with follow up, impressive con....STEAMBOAT 1956! Radio call at about 1953 of 4-5 BIG minors as l am writing this note at the trailer. Eruption called as we flew into parking lot. Tall, tall, tall seen from Emerald over the trees. l would say tallest of the half dozen l have seen from this perspective. Dirty NV with lots of rocks thrown above the water column. NV turned to steam maybe 15 min in, and SV continued to throw water 20'+ for the time we remained, about 2045. l am sure eruption post will have that info. I was saying that IMO there had been 2 good events that where considered "whoo who", or, concerted, vertical, sustained, tall minors, that get you on your feet. Both of those where followed by another significant, concerted minor within a minute or two. The last of these was recorded at 1454. We had left mid deck at 1915 after, what l had thought, was a relatively active period that had not produced much.|
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