Note 9714

Geyser:Other Geyser
Date/Time:2018-08-14 @ 1020
Entrant:Micah Kipple
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Time Entered:2018-08-14 10:26:11
Time Uploaded:2018-08-14 16:15:09
Submitted to:GeyserTimes for Android
Note:I suspect there are two features behind lone star that are behaving as geysers. The first one lies at the west edge of the hillside cluster just before the thick grass. I can only hear it periodically and during the loudest times I can see water splashing within its blackish orange Crater. The second feature is the farthest pool back within the grassy area. I have watched it for sometime and it certainly seems like the splashing is periodic. With long pauses between bursting episodes.

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