|Date/Time From:||2015-08-10 @ 1023|
|Date/Time To:||2015-08-10 @ 1842|
|Observer:||James St. John|
|Time Entered:||2015-10-11 13:27:35|
|Time Uploaded:||2015-10-11 13:27:35|
|Note:||Observed activity at an unnamed feature in the Geyser Hill Group (here called "Orange Halo Spring"), located between UNNG-GHG-7 ("Son of Beach Geyser") (= 2.1 meters north of that) & Beach Geyser (2.2 meters southeast of that). The vent is centered at 44° 27' 52.44" North, 110° 49' 47.05" West. Continuous very low blipping from 1023 onward. Barely blipping at 1145. Decent blipping at 1148. Barely blipping at 1209 & 1215. Decent blipping at 1217. Moderately low blipping at 1234. Barely blipping at 1242 & 1247. Stopped recording info. for the rest of the afternoon. Noticed Orange Halo Spring was off & drained at 1834 (Beach Geyser & Son of Beach Geyser were also empty at this time). Resumed low blipping at 1841. Decent blipping at 1842.|
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