|Date/Time:||1978-06-22 @ 1800|
|Time Entered:||2017-08-18 12:12:22|
|Time Uploaded:||2017-10-02 14:45:06|
|Note:||06/22/1978 It seems that when Little Whirligig is active for long periods Big really drains low, similar of course to what happens with Big W is the dominant geyser. So far this summer Big Whirligig has been the dominant geyser. It sill be interesting to see if the roles will switch like they did last summer.|
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