|Date/Time:||1981-06-19 @ 1630|
|Time Entered:||2017-08-01 13:48:10|
|Time Uploaded:||2017-10-02 14:45:06|
|Note:||6/19/1981 Grover S: Sunday’s majors are not coinciding as tightly with Africa’s fills. The majors start approx. when Africa’s level rises, but don’t end when Africa starts to ebb. They last well after the start of the drain in Africa. Eruptions are gaining power, reaching approx. 30 feet. Water from Sunday is milky. At 1623:15 Africa only filled enough to be barely visible from boardwalk. When Sunday’s major stops, the action now dwindles to a boil for several minutes. Then 3ft play starts which gets to 5-6 ft shortly before going into a major. Africa never did overflow the entire time I observed. Got to roughly 2 inches from top on all but the last at 1626:15|
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