Showing logs for date: 2018-07-31
01:39:04 <ynpvisitor68> bah, missed BH
01:39:37 <ynpvisitor68> Daisy
01:40:15 <ynpvisitor16> Hi Betty
01:40:36 <ynpvisitor68> hi Joe :-)
01:40:45 <ynpvisitor16> :)
01:41:07 <ynpvisitor68> darn work made me miss it
01:41:32 <ynpvisitor16> Work is bad! :(
01:42:29 <ynpvisitor68> at least it helps to earn money to be able to visit YNP to and fro :-)
01:42:55 <ynpvisitor16> Yes that is the nice part
01:45:27 <ynpvisitor68> well, enjoy that nice moonlight. Work calls again. will sneak in from time to time
01:45:42 <ynpvisitor16> Bye
04:29:10 <ynpvisitor999®> and yet another night has passed without SB...
04:40:48 <ynpvisitor10> afternoon DG
04:41:09 <ynpvisitor999®> morning 10
04:41:25 <ynpvisitor10> afternoon too ;-)
04:41:33 <ynpvisitor16> wb Betty
04:41:43 <ynpvisitor10> thx Joe
04:42:10 <ynpvisitor10> any bets for a Giant today?
04:42:24 <ynpvisitor10> or a Steamboat?
04:42:30 <ynpvisitor10> which one first?
04:42:48 <ynpvisitor16> SB no Giant yes
04:43:26 <ynpvisitor999®> I think SB within the next 48 hours (might take that with a pinch of salt), but I have absolutely no idea on Giant
04:44:47 <Rice> Steamboat is never, ever, going to go again, that is my prediction.
04:44:48 <ynpvisitor16> from the steam last night there were two GHPs so the gazers will be rewarded with a Giant today
04:45:16 <Rice> Just as Accurate, as any other prediction.
04:45:28 <ynpvisitor16> yep
04:47:31 <ynpvisitor89> Some predictions are based on observation and analysis others on ouija boards. There is a difference :)
04:49:05 <ynpvisitor89> My favorites come from Billings and are based on the examination of the entrails of fish.
04:49:16 <ynpvisitor10> I just hope it stays active
04:49:41 <ynpvisitor89> It has been a good run
04:49:59 <ynpvisitor10> so I do for Giant
04:50:06 <ynpvisitor57> define active :)
04:50:58 <ynpvisitor10> erupting within days and not fall dormant again for years
04:51:29 <ynpvisitor10> like Giantess :-( and Plume :-( :-( :-(
04:51:56 <ynpvisitor10> I miss Plume
04:52:12 <ynpvisitor10> it was such a fun geyser
04:53:21 <ynpvisitor57> how about weeks or months (but not years)
04:53:34 <ynpvisitor10> too funny it started erupting when people just passed it, paused when they had an intense look at it and restarted when they decided to look away again :-)
04:54:08 <ynpvisitor10> weeks or month is quite ok
04:54:20 <ynpvisitor10> months*
04:54:45 <ynpvisitor999®> Grand
04:56:05 <ynpvisitor10> it is nice when the geysers go more frequent, but maybe the touch of seeing something extraordinary may get lost
04:57:02 <ynpvisitor57> I think so too - looking at it in history 40, 60 days is possible afer a disturbance
04:59:24 <ynpvisitor57> two years ago we thought the 17 month interval was pretty great
05:02:43 <ynpvisitor999®> 8m
05:03:46 <ynpvisitor10> true 57 :-)
05:03:51 <ynpvisitor999®> 9m
05:19:09 <ynpvisitor999®> fluffy
05:23:12 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Stephen
05:23:33 <Stephen G.> Morning 999
05:26:21 <Stephen G.> No SB or Giant overnight I see
05:27:23 <ynpvisitor76> turban or oblong?
05:28:15 <ynpvisitor999®> likely Vent & Turban because Grand had an eruption about half an hour ago
05:30:48 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Dave
05:31:06 <Stephen G.> Morning Dave
05:31:30 <Dave from B™> Morning DG and all other room members
05:33:07 <Dave from B™> I learned from GOSA TRansactions last night that OMG and babbling brook are terms that were used in 1980's SB active phase
05:35:48 <ynpvisitor57> yes, and granding
05:35:55 <Dave from B™> I recomend the article for everyone. I'm not finished but it is very interesting read so far.
05:36:20 <Dave from B™> I haven't come across "granding" in the article yet but that doesn't surprose me
05:39:40 <ynpvisitor57> it is good to have continuity in descriptions
05:40:43 <Dave from B™> It also put things in perspective and let me get over being disappointed about SB viewing failures. Some waited 10 days for eruptions in the 1980's.
05:41:07 <Dave from B™> We have it pretty lucky during this active phase so far.
05:42:18 <Stephen G.> I agree. The intervals in the initial active phase were some of the most consistent and shortest Steamboat has had.
05:42:28 <Stephen G.> this year*
05:44:01 <ynpvisitor999®> weren't it for the disturbance, I think it'd still have those intervals with little variation
05:45:44 <Stephen G.> I agee 999. The disturbance "messed" Steamboat up a bit. It looks like the disturbance lengthened it's intervals based on the eruption we had during the disturbance, and the one after the disturbance, and the current 10+ day interval.
05:47:10 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Kevin
05:47:28 <Kevin L™> hi
05:48:45 <ynpvisitor999®> SC
05:50:04 <Dave from B™> I'm still hoping to see a slight shortening of its interval the further we get from the disturbance but that is not based on fact; just wishful thinking on my part.
05:51:01 <Dave from B™> Porkchop logger has a much different shape to it yesterday. Any ideas?
05:52:18 <Dave from B™> It will be interesting to see if temps go higher today than yesterday
05:52:20 <Dave from B™> Morning Bill
05:53:18 <ynpvisitor999®> surrounding temperature seems to contribute to the variations - both Porkchop and Nuphar have ~roughly the same shape
05:53:30 <Stephen G.> I'd love to see a shorter interval on SB as well. Maybe I'm wrong, but a lot more observations from this interval seem to have very strong minors at times, yet SB isn't erupting.
05:53:43 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Bill
05:54:27 <Dave from B™> Udo definitely saw a few big minors yesterday
05:55:32 <Stephen G.> No kidding! Especially the 90+ feet concerted "silver bullet."
05:56:41 <Dave from B™> I don't see a silver bullet note. Where did I miss it?
05:56:54 <Bill> Morning!
05:57:13 <Kevin L™> Tonto has it Dave.
05:57:33 <ynpvisitor999®>
05:58:21 <ynpvisitor2> things were getting a bit crazy at SB last night? Wish I could have been there
05:58:24 <Dave from B™> Thanks, DG
05:58:52 <Dave from B™> Crazy from 1224 until 1550
05:59:36 <Stephen G.> It seemed SB quieted a bit after that. Tara's note (ending at 20:30), mentions there wasn't any of that activity during her observation time
05:59:39 <Dave from B™> I get the feeling with a comment that Tara made that if it doesn't go after that active of a minor phase it needs a break to regain energy. I'm not surprised it didn't go overnight.
05:59:57 <Dave from B™> That Tara made over the weekend in person
06:01:51 <Stephen G.> I agree. From what's been said (and from what I saw in May) I think SB has "peaks" and "valleys" in it's energy cycle, in that if it doesn't erupt at a "peak" (like when Udo was watching yesterday) then it wil be a while until it can get back to that "peak" in its cycle.
06:02:53 <ynpvisitor999®> question is, what's the interval between those energy peaks post-June-July 2018 disturbance?
06:02:58 <Kodachrome 25> Need to measure total enthalpy of the system, but probably close to impossible to do so
06:03:18 <Kodachrome 25> Plus temperature and pressure profiles as a function of depth
06:03:51 <Kevin L™> Kodachrome 25? Must be old and slow!
06:04:31 <Kevin L™> Nevada's version of the bison:
06:05:51 <Kodachrome 25> Old and slow, but still the best - I'd take it over digital any day >(
06:06:19 <Kodachrome 25> I almost threw away my cameras the day the Kodachrome was finally cancelled by the Great Yellow Father (Kodak)
06:06:41 <Kevin L™> Very true. I have a few of those myself.
06:08:05 <Kevin L™> It did cost a bit more than an SD card though.
06:08:35 <Stephen G.> That is a good question, 999. It seems to be either once or twice a day thus far, and possibly getting longer. Look at Micah's observations from over the weekend, and then observations on those same days from those who were watching it close to sunset. Udo's seemed like it started a bit later in the morning, which may be why his was the only "peak" that seemed to be observed yesterday.
06:08:51 <Kodachrome 25> Yes, by the time you got processing, sorting, set-up the projector and screen, then had a sit down, the results were great (for 5 seconds)
06:11:06 <Kevin L™> Problem was you couldn't see what you had until a week after you got home.
06:12:38 <Kodachrome 25> Yes, made you be much more careful with composition, exposure, etc., as processing was expensive, and a lot of time invested
06:13:09 <Kodachrome 25> Now, I just snap off 100's of shots and hope for the best
06:18:07 <Kevin L™> That is one advantage of digital. I know they also have software that takes several different focus points and gives the sharpest image for closeups. Used a lot in model railroading.
06:18:58 <Kodachrome 25> Focus stacking - check out Zerene stacker - works the best. I have used it for landscapes as well for incredible depth of field
06:19:23 <Kodachrome 25> Also,
06:19:35 <Kodachrome 25> Probably too much information on focus stacking
06:20:35 <Kevin L™> :)
06:21:20 <Kevin L™> I just wish I could find a digital to fit some lenses I already have.
06:22:32 <Kodachrome 25> What lens do you have -there are a wide range of adapters available on e-bay - you may not get auto aperture or autofocus in some cases
06:24:30 <Dave from B™> I wish I had read the Transaction article before going to SB. I would have loved to talked to Suzanne about the factoring talked about in the article
06:24:45 <Kevin L™> Mine are the 42mm Pentax.
06:24:50 <Kevin L™> Screw mount
06:25:14 <Kevin L™> You will be back Dave.
06:25:36 <Kodachrome 25> There are plenty of screw mount adaptors for EOS or Nikon F, for example, but sorry, no automatic functions. I use screw mount on my EOS for close-up work
06:26:04 <Kodachrome 25> Those old screw mount Pentax lens are usually excellent (as long as they don't have fungus)
06:26:20 <Kodachrome 25> As good or better than today's lenses in many cases
06:26:26 <Kevin L™> I may have to look into that. BTW I have a 28mm lens that has serial #0000001.
06:27:23 <Kodachrome 25> You will need a camera body that has manual mode so that you can focus and adjust aperture with lens, while metering through the body
06:34:38 <ynpvisitor57> Dave from B™, it is my understanding that since we don't have the progression of distinct functions like in the 80's the factor analysis (though interesting) isn't relevant this year
06:36:37 <Dave from B™> Thanks 57. I wasn't sure what the patterns had been this year.
06:38:03 <Dave from B™> It's fun trying to find the "key" to predicting a geyser even though it may not have one
06:38:07 <ynpvisitor999®> Riverside
06:39:48 <Dave from B™> So, the article referred to Rocco's work on disturbances. It is pre Transaction era. Where can I find it?
06:42:03 <ynpvisitor57> what Transactions are you reading - guess I should dig mine out
06:42:46 <Dave from B™> Strasser article Volume II
06:43:33 <Dave from B™> I know others have mentioned Rocco's work on disturbances. I want to learn more about Norris since I don't know a whole lot about the area
06:50:29 <ynpvisitor2> what's up on the norris junction seismo-YNR?
06:50:48 <ynpvisitor2> museum monitor shows same ole
06:50:49 <ynpvisitor999®> error trace
06:51:02 <ynpvisitor8> What’s up with Giant? Surprised no GHP
06:51:25 <ynpvisitor8> I can’t imagine hk was pulled away from it
06:52:36 <Dave from B™> Sometimes you just need a change of scenery! Based on plethora of activity at Sb yesterday, maybe today is the day
06:52:57 <ynpvisitor8> The last GHP posted was a strong one
06:53:04 <Dave from B™> It does appear after a day off the masses are back at the ship
06:53:17 <ynpvisitor2> only 12 hrs since last strong. wouldn't expect it for a few hours. but I'd get there now
06:53:21 <ynpvisitor8> Tara’s note did not sound very promising
06:53:43 <Dave from B™> Tara's note was from 12 hours ago
06:53:54 <ynpvisitor2> giant hp
06:54:19 <ynpvisitor2> it was at 2013
06:55:05 <Dave from B™> 2, I was referring to 8's comment about Tara's note
06:55:24 <Dave from B™> re SB
06:55:30 <ynpvisitor8> I would bet on Giant over SB today
06:55:50 <ynpvisitor2> yes my 12 hr comment was re Giant
06:56:25 <ynpvisitor2> Giant just tried! post coming
06:56:59 <ynpvisitor999®> oh hi Daisy
06:57:10 <ynpvisitor8> Good to know. Surprised no other in basin times yet maybe all eyes were on Giant
06:58:39 <Dave from B™> no fair 2! Inside info not allowed:):)
06:59:24 <Dave from B™> I don't think all eyes have been on Giant or we would have seen some in basin times
07:02:12 <ynpvisitor8> I am on huge delay
07:02:39 <Kevin L™> Riding Amtrak 8?
07:02:56 <ynpvisitor8> Nope, on my phone
07:04:35 <ynpvisitor2> hk is in the cage
07:06:06 <ynpvisitor8> I knew he would see it through
07:10:53 <Stephen G.> It's possible SB could be having another strong period of minors. From reading Micah's reports and Udo's yesterday, it seems to like mid to late morning/early afternoon for "strong" periods.
07:12:04 <Dave from B™> Udo usually sits on the upper platform. Isn't it harder to see north verticals from there?
07:12:33 <ynpvisitor57> or, that's when more eyes are on it
07:14:15 <Stephen G.> Well, from the reports from hk and other's after Micah's notes on the weekend, it would indicate it had a "strong" period in the morning, and tapered off in the afternoon, given all of the people that seemed to come back to UGB.
07:14:49 <Stephen G.> I sat on the upper platform with Udo before the May 27 eruption, and you could see North verticals fine from there.
07:15:42 <Dave from B™> Thanks, Stephen...good to know
07:16:13 <lc> morning
07:16:49 <Dave from B™> Morning lc
07:17:23 <ynpvisitor999®> morning lc
07:17:29 <lc> gazers on the lower platform for the July 6 eruption, I think more shade there.
07:17:47 <Stephen G.> No problem Dave :)
07:18:24 <Stephen G.> Morning lc. That would make sense; I thought it was hot on the upper platform in May, it probably was worse in July.
07:18:26 <ynpvisitor2> only shade on lower is the 1-3 spots by the tree
07:19:19 <Stephen G.> There is some shade on upper in late afternoon/evening, but other than that, usually nothing.
07:19:20 <ynpvisitor18> Sounds like umbrellas are ok again
07:20:09 <ynpvisitor2> many umbrellas have been present and open
07:20:09 <Dave from B™> Not nearly as many uimberllas this past weekend compared to JUne 2-3
07:20:40 <ynpvisitor18> Went from a couple people with them to an out right ban to them being allowed again it sounds
07:20:42 <lc> true 2, that is where Udo was parked.
07:21:26 <lc> maybe Udo was just messing with people yesterday.
07:25:12 <Stephen G.> I know Udo somewhat, but would he really post all of that just to mess with people and get them up to SB?
07:26:35 <Dave from B™> I wouldn't do that. He did joke with me when he saw me Sunday that he should just go home since I was there:D
07:26:47 <Dave from B™> First I is Udo...good grief
07:27:38 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Jake
07:29:05 <Stephen G.> I'm interested to see what the first wave of reports will look like from SB today.
07:30:07 <Dave from B™> I'm hoping today is the day for SB
07:32:17 <ynpvisitor2> word is SB looks poor. people heading back to UGB.
07:32:48 <Dave from B™> Thanks 2
07:32:51 <Stephen G.> Darn. :/ Thanks for the report, 2.
07:33:02 <ynpvisitor999®> :(
07:33:27 <ynpvisitor2> Bruce may already be there
07:33:32 <Dave from B™> Might need more time to recover from yesterday
07:33:33 <lc> was joking, don't think Udo would do that
07:35:06 <Dave from B™> I hope Giant doesn't bounce back to the 11-16 day interval range
07:35:09 <lc> but, somebody did that last year and about 20 gazers made a run up there from UGB.
07:35:12 <Stephen G.> I agree with Dave. Udo was watching it have some nice minors for six hours yesterday; seems to be longer than what we've read from other days.
07:35:22 <Stephen G.> I do think Giant has a great chance to erupt today, though.
07:35:28 <Dave from B™> lc, I do remember that
07:36:10 <Dave from B™> Call me crazy but when SB recovers from yesterday, I think it has a really good chance to erupt
07:36:45 <Dave from B™> Might not be today, however
07:36:50 <ynpvisitor2> its had chances. question is what does it take to get it to go?
07:37:26 <Dave from B™> 2, when you have the answer to that question, you will be a god in the geyser world:)
07:38:14 <Dave from B™> 3 or 4 minors close together makes it go but lots of minors over 6 hours just makes it tired
07:38:39 <ynpvisitor2> finally posted Giant HP 848
07:41:15 <Stephen G.> Perhaps too much energy is lost out of the system for a major eruption if those strong minors close together don't trigger an eruption?
07:41:41 <ynpvisitor999®> as for what it takes to get SB going, it seems water isn't the problem (fast Cistern refill). It does seem it needs more heat/pressure now that the disturbance has passed. With that in mind, I think a basin-wide disturbance robs SB from the heat and/or pressure needed to erupt during such phase
07:44:48 <ynpvisitor999®> morning Mike
07:45:20 <Mike J> Morning. And glad to be here. We had a storm last night - lost power for a couple of hours. But only now got internet access back
07:47:19 <Dave from B™> Glad you're here Mike
07:48:52 <Stephen G.> Good to hear you're ok Mike
07:49:25 <Kevin L™> I heard on the Flagstaff train cam it was pretty rowdy in Phoenix.
07:49:41 <Kevin L™> Castle.
07:50:31 <Mike J> Some of the craziest winds I've seen in a long time. Coming in just ahead of the thunderstorms. Some trees down, including into houses, but I don't think anyone was injured.
07:57:19 <Mike J> We lost power for two hours at about 7. Not something you like in this heat. My wife and I agreed getting power back was much more important than internet/phone/television.
07:58:53 <Kevin L™> I can relate. We had an outage due to someone hitting a pole with a truck. Gave a power surge which messed up my AC. Thankfully I have a live in tech that was able to get it running again.
07:59:38 <Mike J> One more hour, and we would have been planning a trip to a cheap hotel. Impossible to sleep in humid heat.
07:59:56 <Kevin L™> We had a bad storm that took down a couple miles of transmission lines and dropped the poles on a major highway. It was 24 hours before some got their power back
08:01:58 <Kevin L™> This is the video of the storm.
08:02:26 <Kodachrome 25> Try living in "we love our trees hanging over our power lines" Connecticut - I had to buy some heavy duty batteries
08:02:57 <Mike J> Kevin, I had seen that video. It is amazing.
08:03:09 <Kevin L™> Bet the ice storms play havoc on that!
08:03:45 <Dave from B™> I have a couple of homes for sale in our neighborhood if you need to move somewhere nicer?:)
08:03:49 <Mike J> I was just thinking I'll take thunderstorm outages over ice storm ones. But then, I've been in the desert all my life.
08:03:52 <Kevin L™> What is really amazing is I am about 5 miles from that and didn't get a drop of rain.
08:04:09 <Kevin L™> Dittos to that Mike.
08:04:10 <Kodachrome 25> Terrific video, thanks. Any yes, ice (and 3+ feet of snow in one day) are not are friends around here - just wait til hurricane season
08:04:49 <Mike J> Kevin, done/seen the same thing. Recently left our home, bone dry. Crossed an intersection and went from dry to downpour - literally across the street.
08:05:23 <Kodachrome 25> Typical western weather - you can do forecasts based on street addresses :D
08:05:31 <ynpvisitor999®> luckily we don't have that problem. Most of our electricity cables are underground and only high voltage poles are aboveground. Those poles stand and cables hang generally higher than the trees surrounding them
08:05:53 <Kodachrome 25> Saved my car from severe hail damage, several times, when living in Western Oklahoma, years ago
08:06:45 <Kodachrome 25> Most of the infrastructure out here in the east is literally older than the trees; but, unfortunately, the trees have grown in 30-40 foot monsters
08:06:59 <Kevin L™> In Nevada the power companies can trim trees that my interfere with their lines. Most distribution power is underground here too but there are plenty of transmission lines.
08:07:49 <Kodachrome 25> Got caught in a 100 MPH microburst once in OK, not a pleasant experience, thought the house was going to collapse and windows blow out
08:08:05 <Kodachrome 25> Sirens went off at 3:30 am, had maybe 2 minutes to take cover
08:08:35 <Mike J> My wife and I were talking about the outages and, actually, the amazing thing is how the workers go out in that mess and get things working as quickly as they do.
08:09:02 <Kevin L™> One problem we have in the desert is the seals on transformers dry out in the hot dry weather. Then when we get one of those heavy rains water gets in and the transformer gets very unhappy and throws a temper tantrum.
08:09:59 <Kodachrome 25> I guess we all have our issues - unfortunately, wife and kids don't want to move, was looking at Idaho Falls :(
08:11:11 <Kevin L™> Idaho Falls is nice but cold in the winter. My daughter lives just north of there.
08:11:38 <Dave from B™> It's funny how cold and snow scares people
08:11:53 <Kodachrome 25> Yup, but not going to happen, although we can handle the cold
08:11:58 <Dave from B™> I have no bugs or scorpions to sneak into my house
08:12:59 <ynpvisitor89> "But a certain Samarium" Would make a good story for chem class :)
08:13:23 <Mike J> Again, desert dweller here. It gets into the low 70s, time to break out the coats.
08:13:48 <Kodachrome 25> Ha, we it gets up to the low 70s, we put on shorts and t-shirts
08:14:09 <Dave from B™> It's funny where people set their A/c. Ours is set between 78 and 82
08:14:34 <Kodachrome 25> Its 72F out, I'm going for a blended iced coffee drink to cool off...
08:15:04 <Stephen G.> Same! In South Dakota, when it gets to spring weather (temps in the 50's or so) everybody is wearing short sleeve shirts or light jackets.
08:15:35 <Kevin L™> Not many bugs here and I have never had a scorpion in the house or yard.
08:16:44 <Mike J> "Critters" on the outskirts of Phoenix is a real thing. We don't run into here. But on the edges scorpions and rattlesnakes are real.
08:16:57 <Mike J> We use them to drive out the snowbirds.
08:20:18 <ynpvisitor2> SB report on GT
08:23:28 <Stephen G.> Thanks for the notice, 2. Given that it was weak this morning and there signs of stronger play during the night, I wouldn't be surprised if SB has a strong minor period sometime late afternoon/evening today.
08:33:28 <Kevin L™> I have had some coyotes in my area and some neighbors have had mountain sheep.
08:34:13 <Mike J> I'm in North Central Phoenix, about 5 miles from downtown. We've got a coyote showing up at one of our parks.
08:34:19 <Kevin L™> We do have rattling snakes around but I haven't seen them in the housing areas but they do like the bike trails.
08:34:38 <Kevin L™> Coyotes and chickens are not a good mix.
08:36:19 <Kodachrome 25> We have coyotes, foxes, hawks, and are thinking about raising chickens - should be fun
08:36:28 <Mike J> We get people upset because a coyote might take out their pets. I sympathize, but the coyotes were here first. And you should probably not be leaving those pets outside
08:36:59 <Kodachrome 25> "Don't leave your coyote food out at night" >(
08:37:09 <Kevin L™> We have some hawks here too. There are times I have to keep the chickens locked up.
08:37:43 <Kodachrome 25> What is keeping from getting the chickens is the need to build a large enough coup
08:37:58 <Kevin L™> We have a lot of "Missing Cat" signs up from the new people who move in here. Can you say Purina Coyote Chow?
08:38:42 <Kodachrome 25> In our town, black bears have been snacking on people's bird feeders - go figurwe
08:38:56 <Dave from B™> We have hawks and owls in the area. I worry about our dogs but I'm not going to trap them inside all day
08:39:35 <Kodachrome 25> Had a hawk try to get one of our cats; but, the picture window got in the way! Hawk tried twice before it got smarter
08:39:59 <Kevin L™> If you don't have a lot of chickens then a smaller coop will work. I usually keep about 4 or 5 in a coop 4'x8' with a run.
08:40:21 <Dave from B™> beer is coming out of SV?:D
08:40:36 <Kodachrome 25> Good info, that is about what I am thinking about - probably a winter project to build, get chicks in the spring
08:40:37 <ynpvisitor999®> you wish :D
08:40:39 <Kevin L™> I have seen hawks and eagles snatch animals right in front of people.
08:41:28 <Kevin L™> A lot of great chicken information here:
08:42:35 <ynpvisitor8> SB not happening, glad folks returned to UGB for possible Giant.
08:43:05 <Kevin L™> Sure hope they get one of the two.
08:43:18 <Dave from B™> Giant in the afternoon; SB in the evening
08:44:00 <Kodachrome 25> Kevin, thanks for the link
08:45:01 <Kodachrome 25> Giant/SB will be a great double for all the gazers in YNP - hope it works out for them
08:45:07 <ynpvisitor8> If you look at the past disturbance notes, SB never came back to any regularity after them. Not sure why everyone expects this time to be different.
08:45:15 <Stephen G.> I hope the gazers get at least one as well.
08:46:42 <Kodachrome 25> Unbelievable, it was almost 85 °F when I went for the iced coffee, time to hit the beach
08:47:08 <Stephen G.> And that's true on SB. I'd imagine Steamboat's intervals will be longer and more erratic now, keeping up with the last two intervals, and this current one.
08:47:12 <Kodachrome 25> Except, due to Long Island, our waves are not more than about 1' high
08:47:21 <ynpvisitor8> Is that unusual Kodachrome?
08:48:01 <Kodachrome 25> This is the first year in over 5 that the temperatures have reached over 90 for more than a few days, happened earlier in the month - just when the A/C broke
08:48:41 <Kodachrome 25> Benefits of being off of Long Island Sound - moderate temperatures :D
08:48:45 <ynpvisitor8> Where are you? Seems like New York area is always over 90 in summer
08:49:00 <Dave from B™> 8, so during long SB intervals in the 80's after the disturbance you would have LARGE minors everyday for weeks?
08:49:21 <Kodachrome 25> Southern CT coastline - and we get all of the *!(* tourists from NYC jamming our roads every weekend
08:49:26 <ynpvisitor8> Got it Kodachrome. Hope it cools soon.
08:49:57 <Kodachrome 25> I haven
08:50:21 <ynpvisitor8> Dave from B, I’ve no idea. Did anyone watch religiously back then? Notes? Who knows?
08:50:23 <Kodachrome 25> I haven't looked into it, but is this years SB similar to the 80's more/less regular eruptions?
08:51:18 <ynpvisitor8> K25, this past series was the most regular in recorded history
08:51:46 <ynpvisitor8> May never be duplicated. Only time will tell.
08:52:10 <ynpvisitor8> Did your articles you’re reading say anything Dave?
08:52:27 <Kodachrome 25> Expect the unexpected, sounds like the gazers have had a lot of fun this year
08:52:49 <ynpvisitor8> Truly. Lots to watch this season
08:53:00 <Dave from B™> 8, I haven't finished the paper but not that I've read so far
08:53:05 <Stephen G.> SB's regularity in May/early June was amazing. You could pretty much get the time down to a 30 hour period at one point.
08:53:16 <Kodachrome 25> We were at YNP last year, in time for the eclipse, won't make it back for a few, unfortunately
08:53:40 <ynpvisitor8> SG, until the dreaded disturbance
08:54:35 <Dave from B™> 25, a very different gazing season....much fewer actual geysers, more waiting for the biggies
08:55:01 <ynpvisitor8> And some folks missing them all unfortunately
08:55:11 <Stephen G.> 8, yep. It had that really short sub 5 day interval, and than the disturbance hit.
08:55:18 <Stephen G.> Unfortunately
08:55:32 <Kodachrome 25> We couldn't do much last year due to the crowds and bouts of wife's asthma, but did see a bunch of the more regular players
08:55:43 <Dave from B™> Any chance you thing the disturbance caused the 4 day, somehow?
08:55:47 <Dave from B™> think*
08:56:05 <ynpvisitor8> 4 day was pre disturbance
08:56:08 <Kodachrome 25> SB is so powerful, I wonder what is going on below that is changing the plumbing
08:56:24 <ynpvisitor999®> that 4d15h one is probably one of the longest recorded ones, yet I'd expect a shorter interval because of the short interval
08:56:36 <ynpvisitor999®> longest recorded as in duration
08:57:53 <Good Samarium> Amazing shot from Hawaii Volcano Observatory yesterday:
08:58:27 <Dave from B™> I saw is an amzing shot
08:58:32 <Stephen G.> I agree. I wonder if SB will ultimately enter into a period like the 60's or 80's for a couple of years, with a couple more regular periods coming up?
08:58:56 <Dave from B™> It's still a fairly young is still evolving
08:59:14 <Kodachrome 25> JUst turn it back on Sept., 2020 or so :D
09:00:22 <ynpvisitor999®> Lion ini
09:01:49 <ynpvisitor999®> I'd say, based on the last active phases (including the early 2000's), the next active phase will be in roughly 20 years from now
09:02:41 <Dave from B™> No one knows how long this active phase will last
09:03:42 <Stephen G.> True. I don't think it's done yet. At least from the 60's and 80's active phases, it had at least a couple of years of good activity.
09:04:07 <ynpvisitor999®> I don't expect this active phase to last longer than, say, 3-5 years or so, followed by some relatively quiet years
09:08:15 <Dave from B™> DG, I don't know if you saw the post from Will but they are looking for people to help with a major redo of the website
09:09:48 <ynpvisitor57> just caught up - most regular in recorded history ? I think 1960's beats this year hands down
09:09:56 <ynpvisitor999®> I've seen it indeed, currently contemplating on whether or not to help, seen the fact there are some busy weeks in about two weeks time from now
09:18:41 <Betty> morning all
09:19:07 <Kevin L™> Hi
09:19:10 <Dave from B™> HI BETTY
09:19:21 <Stephen G.> Hi Betty
09:19:52 <Betty> hi Kevin L™, Dave from B™, Stephen G.
09:20:05 <Dave from B™> There is a pamphlet that is being handed out with a summary of SB activity. Does anyone happen to have a copy they could send me?
09:20:17 <Dave from B™> Handed out at Norris museum
09:20:39 <Betty> Kevin, we made it to 100 today. I´m melting
09:20:58 <Kevin L™> Ugh!
09:21:57 <Kevin L™> We are only supposed to be 106° today. Still haven't hit 100° yet.
09:22:32 <Betty> when I closed my eyes it felt like I´m in Vegas :-)
09:23:50 <Betty> but - very unusual - it is a dry heat
09:24:13 <ynpvisitor57> Dave from B™, GT has the summary - including a few more eruptions listed
09:24:18 <Betty> not much humidity, so it is quite ok
09:24:22 <Kevin L™> That is strange over there.
09:24:34 <Betty> totally weird
09:25:55 <Betty> Daisy
09:26:49 <Betty> fish are dying in the rivers because of the heat
09:28:38 <Kevin L™> Bet that smells good.
09:29:35 <Betty> In Hamburg they collected about 6 tons of dead fish out of the Alster
09:29:42 <Betty> Aurm
09:29:43 <Betty> .
09:29:43 <Betty> .
09:29:44 <Betty> .
09:29:44 <Betty> .
09:30:34 <Kevin L™> I couldn't find the preset.
09:30:45 <Betty> Aurum that is
09:31:05 <Kevin L™> We know Davespeak here
09:31:11 <Betty> I thought it was the biggest of your buttons? :-)
09:31:25 <ynpvisitor89> Thanks Betty
09:31:33 <Betty> yw
09:32:19 <Dave from B™> I like dead fish
09:32:56 <Betty> should they send it to you?
09:33:25 <Dave from B™> I'd like to donate it to you, Betty:)
09:33:36 <Betty> thx :-D
09:33:53 <Dave from B™> As a gesture of goodwill
09:35:16 <Betty> have to build a Sauna now
09:59:52 <ynpvisitor999®> SC
10:03:13 <Dave from B™> I didn't see him but Ralph Taylor was wandering around Norris one day this weekend
10:06:48 <Dave from B™> This might be an interesting read for some...
10:06:50 <Dave from B™>
10:09:36 <Kevin L™> Wasn't sure this one was going to get started.
10:09:52 <ynpvisitor999®> fluffy
10:12:32 <Betty> thx Dave
10:12:57 <Dave from B™> 20 years ago, the Aubrey Haines interview would have been the first thing I would have read in that issue
10:19:59 <ynpvisitor999®> Lion
10:20:08 <Stephen G.> Lion
10:46:21 <Dave from B™> How often does norris logger info update?
10:47:19 <ynpvisitor999®> usually once a day around 0700
10:48:02 <ynpvisitor999®> though it seems both SB and Echinus logger are out of order, again
10:52:43 <Stephen G.> It seems SB and Echinus have been out of order for ahwile
11:00:07 <Dave from B™> Thanks, DG. I wanted to see a PC graph...guess I'll wait until tomorrow
11:09:30 <Kevin L™> Grand
11:09:31 <Kevin L™> .
11:09:32 <Kevin L™> .
11:09:32 <Kevin L™> .
11:09:37 <Betty> yay
11:09:43 <Dave from B™> Thanks
11:10:05 <ynpvisitor999®> by the way, Dave, here's the YVO page for Porkchop, if that's what you mean with PC:
11:13:36 <Dave from B™> Thanks, I've seen that...can you update right now for me?:D
11:15:10 <ynpvisitor57> doesnt' get more current that that!
11:16:10 <ynpvisitor999®> that specific logger used to keep sending data for about 6h after data was downloaded from all loggers at midnight
11:16:14 <Dave from B™> Hey...that data is 8 hours ago:)
11:17:33 <ynpvisitor57> what do you think you want to see?
11:18:14 <ynpvisitor57> text someone at Steamboat to run down there :)
11:18:35 <Dave from B™> Data...give me more and more data
11:19:11 <Kevin L™> HK had it in Geyser notes
11:19:19 <ynpvisitor999®> live data logger data would be great
11:19:44 <Dave from B™> darn...haven't read his blog for a week. brbr
11:20:06 <Dave from B™> Live data that cold go to basin phones would be fun
11:20:42 <ynpvisitor57> pretty much that is what GT does
11:20:43 <Stephen G.> hk's blog is a good read; I appreciate him posting updates for those interested.
11:21:49 <Betty> can we sneak over to Lion ?
11:22:25 <Dave from B™> Interesting note that phone at Norris actually works....where in the heck is it located?
11:22:33 <Betty> LC
11:23:14 <Dave from B™> 57, temp logger data or other types of data
11:23:16 <ynpvisitor57> someone should get the # and we could call it!
11:23:30 <Stephen G.> I believe it's near the main bathrooms; not the outhouses, but the one closer to the trailhead. I could be wrong.
11:24:33 <Stephen G.> cb in the upper basin; Steamboat must've not been looking very good through the late morning.
11:29:57 <Dave from B™> FYI, I made it thru Sat & Sun without bug spray or sunscreen at SB platform....Tulley Hat and long sleeve shirt helps
11:30:59 <ynpvisitor999®> G1Q | 11m07s
11:36:40 <ynpvisitor9> no sunscreen on your face? Reflections still get your face, even with a hat Dave
11:36:54 <ynpvisitor9> if cb is in UGB, you know things are dismal at SB
11:40:35 <Dave from B™> 9, sorry none. I was under an umbrella a few times and I must have put my rain jacket on a dozen times Sunday
11:41:33 <ynpvisitor999®> SC ie
11:43:14 <Betty> of ie
11:47:03 <Betty> LC ie
11:47:59 <ynpvisitor999®> Daisy
11:48:09 <Betty> early
11:48:39 <Kevin L™> very early
11:48:59 <Betty> but in both windows
11:50:06 <Betty> after that we can take a nap
11:50:47 <Kevin L™> Wind is trying to take it out of its window!
11:51:12 <Dave from B™> In looking at last 100 SB entries, my son's birthdate (05-02-2000) ended one of the longer intervals....over 8 years
11:55:46 <ynpvisitor999®> apparantly there's a chance Giant erupted on the day I was born (1 Dec. 2000)
11:55:55 <Jake> thanks for the article link, Dave
11:56:19 <Dave from B™> yw, Jake
11:56:24 <Jake> how times have changed
11:56:51 <Dave from B™> yep. I laughed when I head CB's
11:56:57 <Dave from B™> read*
11:57:42 <Dave from B™> Can't we talk Lee W, MA or Lynn into writing a gazer history book
11:57:46 <Jake> talks about putting markers on geysers, Norris staff doing predictions
11:57:59 <Dave from B™> I know Lee has written a chapter on early gazers
11:58:27 <Kevin L™> Last Giantess was on my Son's birthday.
11:58:33 <Dave from B™> Yeah...really surprised about the marker comments
12:20:44 <ynpvisitor999®> that was a good Lion attempt
12:21:09 <Dave from B™> A for effort...F for execution:)
12:33:13 <ynpvisitor999®> and yet another Lion attempt
12:38:58 <Betty> it´s Friday
12:39:02 <Kodachrome 25> exercising the motors?
12:39:24 <ynpvisitor3.14> is it friday already???
12:39:40 <Betty> yup, we had Overlook watch
12:39:53 <ynpvisitor3.14> saw that... got confused there. and hopeful.
12:39:55 <Betty> must be Friday then
12:40:08 <ynpvisitor3.14> i've stayed in that cabin on the end.
12:40:11 <ynpvisitor9> I don't think overlook Friday person drives the cam anymore
12:40:55 <Betty> think you are right. But it was fun :-)
12:41:10 <ynpvisitor9> we could depend on it for sure
12:41:41 <ynpvisitor9> is festival all done with ?
12:41:53 <Betty> yup
12:42:04 <ynpvisitor9> so peace and quiet again for your nights
12:42:19 <Kevin L™> For another month....
12:42:28 <Betty> YUP ;-)
12:43:00 <Betty> but now heat kills me
12:43:03 <Kevin L™> Not too much longer till Oktoberfest either.
12:43:12 <Dave from B™> Drink more beer
12:43:22 <Dave from B™> It helps with the heat
12:43:24 <Betty> about 2 months, Kevin
12:44:30 <Kevin L™> I really want one of those pretzels. I loved the guy at Salzburg that had them for a Schilling. They were so fresh.
12:45:20 <Betty> I just saw that I am in US during Oktoberfest
12:45:39 <Kevin L™> Bad timing!
12:46:02 <Betty> You can buy one at the Hofbräuhaus in LV
12:46:50 <Kevin L™> I hadn't even thought about that.
12:47:10 <Betty> they really taste good
12:47:47 <Kevin L™> I am a bit leary of the place though. I got bratwurst there and all the had was that nasty bright yellow US mustard. :p
13:03:19 <Betty> think LC is ie
13:03:48 <Dave from B™> Betty, I think he's probably taking a nap right now:)
13:04:19 <Betty> as I told him :-)
13:12:47 <Betty> GHP
13:21:40 <Betty> OF
13:30:48 <ynpvisitor61> so maybe no Giant today, at least in the light
13:31:40 <ynpvisitor61> Fountain E time, interesting
13:31:52 <Betty> time to get some sleep, night all
13:32:11 <ynpvisitor61> enjoy the quiet
13:32:11 <ynpvisitor999®> night Betty
13:32:19 <Dave from B™> Nite Betty
13:33:48 <Dave from B™> Just saw Kitt's SB note
13:36:27 <Stephen G.> Wow. Nothing impressive from SB at all so far today.
13:36:41 <ynpvisitor100> surprising Kitt stayed that long
13:36:53 <ynpvisitor999®> maybe SB got zapped again?
13:37:06 <ynpvisitor100> Rocket 28m into Grotto, thats quick
13:37:50 <ynpvisitor100> Carol made it to UGB
13:38:34 <Dave from B™> Did SB have more big minors yesterday than any day since the disturbance?
13:39:16 <Stephen G.> It sure seemed like it from Udo's reports. And that could be true, 999. However, Emerald Spring isn't really boiling at all, according to Kitt.
13:39:18 <ynpvisitor100> sounds like it Dave ... when are you going back?
13:39:30 <ynpvisitor999®> it apparantly had a 90 feet+ silver bullet yesterday, Dave
13:40:21 <ynpvisitor100> maybe its in a silver bullet delay
13:41:41 <ynpvisitor999®> are those delays known to occur?
13:43:00 <Dave from B™> 100, I'm not sure when I will be back. Sept? Oct? Nov?
13:45:05 <ynpvisitor61> there may have been more minors before the last eruption. Jim S left and the rest was not noted
13:45:24 <ynpvisitor61> I did not see any note about a silver bullet yesterday
13:45:45 <Dave from B™> 90' one...embedded in one of Udo's notes
13:45:55 <ynpvisitor999®> this one, to be precise
13:47:05 <ynpvisitor61> well, I guess his excitement must have killed things
13:47:48 <Dave from B™> haha 61
14:09:03 <ynpvisitor999®> Daisy
14:11:33 <Kevin L™> Cam didn't want me to move it.
14:21:13 <Dave from B™> Without googling what National Park was originally Mukuntuweap National Monument
14:22:00 <Kevin L™> Black hill national park
14:22:37 <Kevin L™> Not sure that is a park though.
14:22:42 <Dave from B™> This ones gonna shock you Kevin.....
14:22:54 <Dave from B™> Zion
14:22:55 <Kevin L™> It sounds like an Indian name.
14:23:09 <Kevin L™> :)
14:23:49 <Kevin L™> We always called it the Gifford Farm!
14:24:01 <Dave from B™> haha
14:30:54 <ynpvisitor71> BHCCI is on
14:31:07 <Kevin L™> Nicee
14:31:49 <ynpvisitor71> reported by BruceJ
14:31:57 <Dave from B™> I think that is Bruce bending over who just sat down on the bench
14:32:23 <Kevin L™> Nice to see him getting some fun geysers.
14:33:40 <Dave from B™> and some hot food as well
14:41:00 <ynpvisitor71> just plop down in the middle of the boardwalk, no one else exists
14:41:56 <Kevin L™> Saw the steam from the splash and thought we had Indy
14:42:14 <ynpvisitor71> looked like it
14:49:22 <ynpvisitor5> INDY
14:49:43 <ynpvisitor5> not
14:51:28 <Kevin L™> Bit smoky out there.
15:13:57 <Dave from B™> Who has the button?
15:14:24 <Kevin L™> I think it is at Steamboat.
15:16:27 <ynpvisitor999®> I used to have a barely-functioning one on the keyboard of my old laptop. I haven't found it yet on my current one.
15:16:55 <Kevin L™> Maybe we need a plunger.
15:17:24 <ynpvisitorPi> NatGeo has a four-day special coming up on Yellowstone. Anyone know if they're setting up cameras at Steamboat & Giant, just in case?
15:17:39 <Kevin L™> I was hoping it would go early. I am on overtime right now and have a few things to do.
15:17:49 <ynpvisitor999®> Bee splash
15:18:14 <Kevin L™> I heard no at Steamboat. I am sure there will be several in the UGB
15:18:37 <ynpvisitor999®> when will the live shows take place again?
15:19:06 <Kevin L™> Starts Sunday I believe
15:20:31 <ynpvisitorPi> I'm hoping they'll catch a semi-rare one.
15:21:26 <Kevin L™> We need to feed the tree some iron.
15:21:49 <ynpvisitor999®> Unless SB manages to get its act together really fast, I don't think it'll go during the live shows
15:22:11 <Kevin L™> More of a chance for Giant or F&M
15:22:31 <ynpvisitorPi> Likely true; either of those would be nice since there's not much to see from the WC.
15:23:12 <ynpvisitorPi> They may even have a clean lens. :)
15:23:25 <ynpvisitor999®> from the looks of it, F&M has the biggest chance to go during the live shows
15:25:01 <ynpvisitor999®> would be fun if Giantess were to go during the shows, but that's probably thinking unrealisticly at this point
15:25:08 <Dave from B™> The live shows are mostly for wildlife from what I've heard. From talking to gazers last weekend it seemed NG was disappointed to hear OF eruption was in a 20 minute window.
15:25:54 <ynpvisitor1> YELLOWSTONE LIVE, premieres on National Geographic and simulcast the following three nights on Nat Geo WILD Sunday, Aug. 5 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT
15:26:31 <ynpvisitorPi> I thought they'd at least get Grand... that's not too hard.
15:26:34 <ynpvisitor999®> Indy
15:26:34 <ynpvisitor999®> .
15:26:35 <ynpvisitor999®> .
15:26:36 <ynpvisitor999®> .
15:26:37 <ynpvisitor999®> .
15:26:37 <ynpvisitor999®> .
15:26:46 <Stephen G.> I'd say F&M has the best chance to go during the live shows as well. I think Giant will erupt before then, taking it out of the window. And I've got no idea on SB
15:27:23 <Dave from B™> You'll be lucky to see anything live besides OF
15:27:50 <Dave from B™> I would hope Grand or BH but who knows
15:28:03 <ynpvisitorPi> So... four days of bison and bears?
15:28:04 <Dave from B™> It would be great if they would interview a gazer or two
15:28:09 <ynpvisitor1> The roving reporter is Jenna Wolfe, from Fox Sports 1
15:28:10 <Stephen G.> If they think OF's 20 min window is long, they won't be seeing much else.
15:28:31 <ynpvisitor999®> 1800 PT would be 0300 CEST... that's going to be a long night then if it's livestreamed either on internet or on TV in the Netherlands
15:28:35 <Kevin L™> Maybe Anenome if they walk up the hill
15:28:36 <ynpvisitor999®> nice Lion splash
15:29:07 <Eric> Thanks for the txt and hello
15:29:18 <ynpvisitor999®> afternoon Eric
15:29:23 <Stephen G.> Hey Eric
15:29:26 <Kevin L™> Hi Eric
15:29:52 <ynpvisitorPi> Just in time for BHI.
15:30:29 <Eric> of my favorite geysers :-D
15:30:53 <ynpvisitor999®> well, apparantly the live shows aren't broadcasted in the Netherlands. Is there another way to watch the shows?
15:31:54 <Kevin L™> I think the only way over the internet would be to have a TV provider that carries the channel.
15:32:17 <Eric> Not sure if you can get sling TV there DG, but their BLUE service has national G
15:32:47 <Kevin L™> Sling may have a free trial period too.
15:33:06 <Eric> Yep, 7 days free
15:33:32 <Eric> Might not be available outside US
15:34:49 <ynpvisitor999®> according to wikipedia only in the US and Puerto Rico
15:34:53 <Kevin L™> I bet someone gets wet.
15:35:19 <ynpvisitor999®> oh well, I'll find another way to watch those live shows then
15:35:53 <Dave from B™> I forgot to ask Udo if he would be watching:D
15:36:12 <Eric> I bet he shows up on it
15:37:39 <Stephen G.> I'll be there for a couple of days of the show; I'll be keeping an eye out for them.
15:38:06 <Eric> I will look for you Stephen :-D
15:38:34 <Dave from B™> Could you hold up a big sign at SB that says. I've been here for 5 days straight?
15:38:36 <Eric> I don't get into the park until the I will miss all of the "fun"
15:38:50 <ynpvisitor999®> I hope they'll have at least one camera on standby at Norris in case if
15:38:53 <Stephen G.> Sounds great :)
15:39:11 <Stephen G.> If SB hasn't erupted by Friday night, I'll be there with a sign. Haha
15:39:20 <Eric> BH
15:39:26 <ynpvisitor999®> :bee:
15:40:05 <Kevin L™> Hard to adjust with this wind
15:40:06 <Eric> I was going to say, that is optimistic camera zoom :-P
15:40:28 <Eric> haha
15:40:43 <Eric> That is nice framing
15:41:05 <Eric> Is that smoke in the air?
15:41:22 <Kevin L™> Wind went a different direction than I expected.
15:41:31 <Dave from B™> Bacon Rind fire
15:41:41 <Stephen G.> Yeah; it doesn't look like anybody's going to get wet with that wind
15:41:51 <Dave from B™> Have to run...bad timing, I know. Have a great evening.
15:41:59 <Kevin L™> Maybe people at Castle.
15:42:01 <Stephen G.> Same to you, Dave.
15:42:01 <Eric> Night Dave
15:42:03 <ynpvisitor999®> same to you, Dave
15:42:16 <Kevin L™> Bye Dave.
15:43:21 <Eric> Ugg, hope I am not dealing with smoke/fire in a few weeks.
15:43:40 <Kevin L™> I have a feeling you will be.
15:45:07 <Kevin L™> That was fun!
15:45:42 <ynpvisitor2> gotta love the text alert!
15:45:46 <ynpvisitorPi> A lot of variance in the smoke/haze levels on the different static webcams.
16:20:43 <ynpvisitor102> 1819 wc
16:24:42 <ynpvisitor102> A long but not one of Fluff's better performances.
16:38:02 <ynpvisitor10> daisy
16:39:28 <Kevin L™> Daisy has had some short intervals today. Strange with all the wind.
17:34:01 <Kevin L™> Grand
17:34:03 <Kevin L™> .
17:34:04 <Kevin L™> .
17:34:05 <Kevin L™> .
17:34:05 <Kevin L™> .
17:42:02 <Kevin L™> 8m
17:45:29 <ynpvisitor106> sc
18:02:18 <Kevin L™> Zion news:
18:07:16 <Kevin L™> Be sure to take Sheep Vicks® on your next trip.
19:14:52 <Kevin L™> Daisy ie
20:25:24 <ynpvisitor17> Is steamboat done for the year?