Note 13068

Date/Time From:2019-08-06 @ 1025
Date/Time To:2019-08-06 @ 1045
Time Entered:2019-08-06 10:48:36
Time Uploaded:2019-08-06 10:48:38
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Note:Pool sitting with exposed islands and no apparent cycling during this observation and also earlier in the morning

The last 2 years I have seen Oblong doing fairly deep drops and then taking about 40 minutes to rise. Last year, these were sometimes followed by about 60-90 minutes of more “normal” fluctuations & then perhaps an eruption. I don’t know if this is similar, but it would seem to be quite a coincidence to have seen that during 2 different observations in one day.
Entrant: Polly
Time Entered:2019-08-06 13:10:28
Time Uploaded:2019-08-06 13:10:28
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