[Geysers] Geyser Report Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Janet Chapple jochapple at earthlink.net
Wed May 25 10:28:07 PDT 2016

First, a hearty Thank You! to Barbara for all her reports, past, present, and future.

Then, I’d lke to let gazers who are also interested in Yellowstone history know our recent news that the Y.A. stores in the park will *not* be carrying my new historical anthology, Through Early Yellowstone: Adventuring by Bicycle, Covered Wagon, Foot, Horseback, and Skis—at least not in the early part of this summer season. It’s available now from www.yellowstonetreasures.com, and in June it will be shipping from Amazon and other online stores and available through local bookstores.

Janet Chapple

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> On May 24, 2016, at 3:19 PM, Barbara Lasseter <barbara.lasseter at gmail.com> wrote:
> Geyser Report Tuesday, May 24, 2016
> The weather report for today was dismal, but with sun shining in my window this AM, I set out--BEST weather day yet!  No rain beyond a couple of sprinkles all morning.  The hill was windy, so it was chilly when the sun was obscured by clouds.  After the past week, it was a great day.
> The park service is NOT hazing bison into the park from Horse Butte.  Bison traffic ON the W Entrance road has been minimal, but there are groups in the Madison Meadows--also a group of elk cows this AM.
> A visitor was hit and killed on the W Entrance road this weekend while crossing to view an eagle.  As I left OF after Grand, I drove carefully around car parts scattered about from a MVA where the road to the Inn and lower store joins the OF entrance road W of 3 Sisters. There was a FRS call this AM announcing "bears" seen along the OF entrance road.
> A 4th man (from New Zealand) of the 5 High on Life hikers associated with the Grand Prismatic tromp now has an arrest warrant.  Canada does not extradite for  misdemeanors.  They are being asked to turn themselves in and put it behind them.  No charges to date for filming without a permit.
> Beehive: 1034 (Beehive's Indicator Geyser 1018)  [prior was @ 1830 GT yesterday, 3 minutes prior to the indicator, which started @1833 GT]
> Grand: 0548ie GT, 1211 G1C (I did not see Turban prior to the eruption- a walk up)
> Lion: 1142 initial, ve-ery slow starting from that point
> Turban: 1212
> Vent: 1214
> Little Cub ie @ 1028, 1108, 1149
> Riverside: 0930ie frs 0915A frs
> I saw/heard/felt 3 Doublet thumping cycles while hoping for Aurum--approx 40 min intervals, duration about 5 min--no surprises.
> Barbara Lasseter
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