[Geysers] Possible Giant today?

Paul Behunin lord_aragorn_elessar at hotmail.com
Sun Nov 19 16:05:40 PST 2006

Pat, I am no expert compared to the gazers that have gazed for years, but I 
saw a very similar steam cloud in the exact same position on the web cam 
around 4:45 MST. Judging from the position, volume, and duration of this 
plume, I think it is Giant as well. I hope some park personnel are still 
around to see if the signs have been rolled. I hope Giant continues its 
fantastic activity for a few years to give most visitors a chance to see it 
in person. I didn't get to see it in person this year; stupid luck.

While I was getting ready to send this, I was watching the webcam & caught 
these two attached shots of Old Faithful erupting; it was a long eruption 
this time. Hope you enjoy them!

I remain at your service,

Paul V. Behunin

----Original Message Follows----
From: Pat Snyder <riozafiro at comcast.net>
Reply-To: geyser observation reports <geysers at wwc.edu>
To: geyser observation reports <geysers at wwc.edu>
Subject: [Geysers] Possible Giant today?
Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2006 15:28:18 -0800

Caught these snaps this afternoon. Possible Giant? If so, the start  was two 
snaps before this, probably closer to 1611.
Pat S.

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