Note 12824

Date/Time From:2019-07-27 @ 1420
Date/Time To:2019-07-27 @ 1735
Time Entered:2019-07-27 19:06:11
Time Updated:2019-07-27 19:09:29
Time Uploaded:2019-07-27 19:10:31
Submitted to:GeyserTimes for iOS
Note:Oblong’s pool was full on approach. At 1445, overflow was reaching the right front of the terraces. In general, Oblong was cycling with anywhere from 20 minute cycles to a couple of fairly deep drops and a couple of stalls. The drop at 1544 lasted about 20 minutes. The drop at 1617 came after a fairly strong overflow. (May have had “drool” but cloudy sky & hard to tell.) I could see maybe 8-9” of exposed rocks during this drop and I could barely see the water. It rose fairly quickly to about 2-3” of exposed islands, then stalled until ~1640. It had a push at 1648 and again at 1718. I hoped that the osprey catching a fish might be a good sign, but Oblong dropped after that push, then stalled a few inches down again.

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