|Date/Time From:||2018-08-02 @ 0815|
|Date/Time To:||2018-08-02 @ 1005|
|Time Entered:||2018-08-03 08:09:12|
|Time Uploaded:||2018-08-03 08:09:12|
|Note:||Arrived at Oblong just after a fill and waited 25 minutes until the next one. Using the 'islands' as my gauge, pool level didn't drop as low as I've seen in years past. Water levels didn't move until about 3 minutes before the 'islands' were fully covered. The level was sustained for under 2 minutes and water was drooling over many edges. The next fill was 25 minutes later and was a tad better than the previous - lasting just over 2 minutes and flowing over the edges rather than drooling. The next fill was 28 minutes later. I left and didn't make it back in time to see the peak of the next fill and just missed it - about 25 minutes. And the last fill I watched was about 22 min. The fact that Oblong may be resuming a rhythm of cycling up and down and overflowing from most edges appears promising.|
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