[Geysers] new thing near Plume, and Ballcap query

Udo Freund udofreund317 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 21:51:06 PST 2016

It's a website displaying geyser eruption times and other data.

Udo Freund 
"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit
there."  --Will Rogers

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[mailto:geysers-bounces at lists.wallawalla.edu] On Behalf Of Timothy A. Holmes
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2016 9:12 AM
To: Geyser Observation Reports
Subject: Re: [Geysers] new thing near Plume, and Ballcap query

Hi Folks:

Quick question.  What is this GeyserTimes?  Ive not heard of it, is it
something online?

Thanks a ton
(Stranded in the east and having geyser withdrawal)

On 2/26/2016 9:45 AM, M.A. Bellingham wrote:
> Greetings Gazers -
> I have questions about the New Thing Near Plume, which from webcam 
> sightings and GT notes seems to be more active this winter.  When did 
> it first appear, and how?  Will Boekel reported that the sinter 
> surrounding it is pulsing up and down, so more changes may be in the 
> works.
> Also in that area, I gather from a FB conversation (but I could be
> wrong) that the most recent "Ballcap" Geyser is not the original, is 
> that true?  If so, when did the energy (and the name) shift to today's 
> location?
> I do read GeyserTimes every day, whether roads are open or not, and 
> there are clues in there, but trying to find information under "Other 
> Geyser" is challenging after the fact.
> Any information about the evolution of these two sputs is appreciated.
> Thanks,
> MA
> M.A. Bellingham
> mabellingham at gmail.com
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