Showing logs for date: 2020-02-21
02:09:46 <ynpvisitor16> The YNM seizmo plot shows a weak signal resembling the Steamboat signature starting 1:37 and still lasting. Any ideas what this can be?
02:17:14 <ynpvisitor62> Seismo some times small in winter. Tantalus will show if it is but have to see its update at 03:36...
02:19:07 <ynpvisitor62> Weak trace on YNR too. Bet it is SB!
02:33:07 <ynpvisitor62> I agree with post by Polly. Pretty sure it is SB.
03:38:08 <ynpvisitor62> Huge spike on Tantalus. Definitely Steamboat.
06:06:00 <ynpvisitor84> OF ie
06:07:20 <Joe> OF, not yet
06:08:03 <ynpvisitor84> ah, thanks. just wanted to look back on getvideo
06:09:16 <ynpvisitor84> weak SB signature this time. It must have thrown out less rocks
06:17:25 <LindaGt> Good morning
06:19:57 <KittyM> Hi Linda
06:20:04 <KittyM> and Joe and all
06:20:12 <LindaGt> KittyM, hi
06:20:46 <Joe> Good mornind all
06:21:38 <LindaGt> Joe, hi
06:21:58 <LindaGt> Daisy?
06:24:15 <KevinS> Good morning
06:25:02 <LindaGt> KevinS, goo morning
06:25:10 <LindaGt> Or good
06:27:03 <Joe> too long for daisy, probably Castle, do not see it at the bottom Splendid maybe :)
06:27:29 <KevinS> Norris has two basin wide heat ups two days in a row. I’m not surprised SB went last night.
06:32:52 <ynpvisitor100> Nice view of OF
06:33:57 <CC> Morning everyone
06:34:29 <CC> I can't believe it is cooler here in CT than in Yellowstone
06:35:22 <Joe> Hi CC -3 here in Thermopolis
06:36:00 <CC> It was 9degrees earlier this morning and now it is 16 degrees
06:36:22 <CC> Wow Joe....COLD
06:36:38 <Kat> It's in the 50's in Florida
06:38:05 <Joe> think castle is major will have to look as the fog clears
06:39:59 <Joe> right now it is a major///unless the Daisy/Splendid complex exploded :)
06:40:47 <LindaGt> Seemed further back than castle
06:41:13 <LindaGt> Look how high
06:41:57 <LindaGt> CC, Morning, 22 by me
06:42:40 <LindaGt> Kat, hi
06:42:59 <CC> morning Linda
06:43:24 <Joe> Hi kat, the cam is yours.
06:43:31 <Joe> Kat*
06:46:19 <Joe> Castle will get that high, unfortunately we have not seen the lower part due to fog
06:52:57 <Joe> Other than castle I do not know what else that would be, a new feature? I don't remember splendid lasting that long, but all bets are odd it finally decided to erupt :)
06:53:04 <Kat> Joe, Thanks!
06:53:49 <Joe> odd= off**
06:53:50 <Kat> Not much to see here LOL
06:54:29 <Kat> Currently on Geyser Hill :)
06:55:00 <Kat> Sunrise over Lake is pretty!
06:55:52 <Ryan (desk)> Think that was a pretty water heavy eruption
06:58:54 <LindaGt> This fog causes so many optical illusions, castle is the safe bet for sure
07:00:43 <Joe> looks like an 'Etch A Sketch' screen
07:02:27 <LindaGt> 🙂
07:05:21 <Kat> This is down basin - wide LOL
07:05:41 <Joe> Kat, draw Giantess erupting please
07:05:45 <Joe> :)
07:05:46 <LindaGt> I was wondering
07:07:02 <Kat> Giantess is erupting - ca't you see it??? :p
07:07:13 <Kat> can't*
07:07:38 <Joe> Oh, yeah! now I do!! :)
07:07:52 <Kat> Hahahaha
07:51:32 <Eric> Was there a steamboat last night?
07:51:48 <Ryan (desk)> Yup
07:51:51 <Eric> ohh, now I see the GT entry
07:52:03 <Eric> Wow...weird signature on YNM
07:52:07 <ynpvisitor95> apparently yes
07:52:36 <Ryan (desk)> I think it was very water heavy, Eric
07:53:08 <Ryan (desk)> Like, the video from Oct 2018 where SB drowned itself for several minutes and NV became this 50ft muddy fountain.
07:54:07 <Eric> You have a link to that YNM signature?
07:55:09 <Eric> Anyone want to attach all YNM signatures to the GT entries? :-P
07:55:13 <Ryan (desk)>
07:55:42 <Ryan (desk)> Not the best comparison. I am only going off the small YNM trace and the huge Tantalus spike
07:55:57 <ynpvisitor95> could be as simple as wind direction
07:56:41 <Ryan (desk)> Could be, but there is some evidence showing that water heavy eruptions have weird and weaker traces on YNM
07:56:53 <Ryan (desk)> 5/27/2018 and 9/17/2018 come to mind.
07:57:28 <Eric> OF?
07:57:32 <Ryan (desk)> And some that could be corroborated with video evidence that shows the seismic traces getting weaker when NV drowns itself.
07:57:38 <Joe> aurum
07:58:50 <Joe> Is this of view?
07:58:53 <Kat> Pointed at OF
07:59:00 <Eric> Thanks for the ynm link Ryan
07:59:00 <Kat> Yes
07:59:13 <Joe> Thanks no aurum then :)
07:59:26 <Eric> hill in background slopes right, not left joe :-D
07:59:29 <ynpvisitor108> JSJ has attached both YNM & Tantalus captures to many of the Steamboat eruptions.
07:59:37 <Eric> oh nice.
07:59:45 <Joe> Eric :)
07:59:49 <Eric> thanks 108
08:02:07 <ynpvisitor108> They are Flicker links attached to many GT Steamboat entries.
08:03:04 <Eric> after review, it looks like 756 start time on OF
08:03:41 <Eric> Never really did see water column, but roiling steam starts right at the end of 756
08:04:33 <Eric> Ugg, I wish GT allowed uploads of image attachments! I hate that the data could go away in the future :-(
08:05:28 <ynpvisitor108> I agree!
08:09:59 <Joe> I do not think 0756 was OF, but we chal see :)
08:10:11 <Joe> OF now
08:10:36 <ynpvisitor108> Luckily, you can pull up seismograph images on a thumbnail calendar. Also, Tantalus data is easy to pull up by entering the dates.
08:10:42 <Kat> :):)
08:11:00 <ynpvisitor61> Now that's a steam cloud.
08:11:43 <Joe> chal=shall
08:14:29 <LindaGt> Nice
08:19:02 <Kat> SC
08:19:03 <Joe> The Daisy prediction is not valid, caused when i mistakenly entered Daisy earlier.
08:19:22 <Fire-bringer> Yeah, I was going to say that looks like Split Cone
08:19:42 <Kat> Thanks Jo4
08:19:48 <Kat> Joe^
08:19:53 <Kat> Joe*
08:20:17 <Ryan (desk)>
08:20:21 <Ryan (desk)> 9/17/18
08:20:23 <Mike J> I understand that Joe^ Joe* was a man who thought he was a loner
08:20:30 <Ryan (desk)> Very weak, almost invisible
08:20:54 <Kat> LOL
08:21:01 <Joe> :)
08:21:06 <Kat> Xastle steam
08:21:25 <Kat> Castle* I must still be tired!
08:21:31 <Fire-bringer> How do you pronounce that?
08:21:50 <Kat> Zastle!
08:22:05 <Fire-bringer> OK, I thought it was Chastle
08:22:22 <Kat> Could be...
08:22:38 <Bhoffer> Good Morning Everyone!
08:22:46 <Kat> Bhoffer, Morning
09:05:12 <LindaGt> Starting to clear, just in time for me. 🙂
09:05:41 <LindaGt> I went thru this on wednesday
09:07:17 <Joe> Then you already know that nothing may change :)
09:09:05 <LindaGt> 😳
09:12:47 <ynpvisitor113> :p Fog.
09:12:49 <LindaGt> Luckily I have a good book to read 🙂
09:16:28 <Kevin L™ 🌵> OF is kind of pretty
09:17:09 <Bhoffer> Only If the fog cleared behind it so we could see the ridge. That would be awesome!
09:17:48 <Joe> GaryN will cover my 1400 to 1530 shift today
09:24:04 <Katie> Happy Friday
09:24:31 <Joe> Thanks how was the trip?
09:25:18 <LindaGt> Joe, oh ok, I just said I would but that's good
09:25:42 <Katie> The trip was wonderful. Return has been a bit rough. 1) It's been 2 weeks since I had a fully functional phone as of today - broke mine early in the trip
09:26:18 <Kat> :)
09:26:18 <Katie> 2) tailgage of our pickup was frozen when we got to the airport at midnight - had to cram people and luggage in cab. Niece had to ride on center console and my sister in the back at risk of death by crushing
09:26:32 <Katie> 3) drove to work today only to discover my work keys were at home, and had to drive back
09:27:16 <Katie> Thank goodness I came back to no fires at work - report is it was fairly quiet in my absence. I have a pile of work, but no emergencies and nothing urgent.
09:28:08 <Kat> Glad you hadf a great trip Katie!
09:28:50 <Katie> Texts came through my only partially functional phone to my watch, and I was getting a LOT of alarms from work, so I thought it might be nasty, but that was some infrastructure re-arranging. Rick didn't realize I didn't remove myself from alarms or would have disabled them.
09:29:07 <Joe> Casle is still a major, whew :)
09:30:00 <Kat> The hill is trying to clear!
09:30:04 <Joe> swing back that might be grand please
09:30:39 <Kat> Looks more like Riverside
09:30:46 <Joe> Nop probably grotto thanks
09:31:01 <Kat> No problem
09:32:55 <Joe> Had I looked I would have seen that nither Garnd noe Riverside was due, thanks for the move though
09:33:12 <Joe> nor**
09:33:20 <Kat> :)
09:38:07 <ynpvisitor6> SC ie
09:38:41 <ynpvisitor6> looks like some actual jetting. Zoom please? :)
09:39:15 <Katie> Only 6790 email messages *sigh* and the 4869th is 27.7mb
09:39:51 <ynpvisitor6> that's quite big for an email
09:39:59 <Eric> Welcome back Katie :-D
09:40:14 <JarnoO> morning all
09:40:18 <Eric> Hi jarno
09:44:03 <JarnoO> fluffball 2.0
09:44:07 <Kat> OF
09:49:35 <JarnoO> Next Steamboat should drop the mean considerably. A 4y-something interval will be dropped off the list
09:52:00 <JarnoO> in fact, the next 16 eruptions would drop the mean to roughly the mean of this active phase. Fingers crossed it continues to be somewhat regular
09:56:59 <LindaGt> Ah look at that, almost clear. Thx Kat
09:57:21 <Kat> did my best!! LOL
09:57:37 <LindaGt> 🙂
09:58:22 <Kat> You can take whenever you like
09:59:16 <LindaGt> Got it
09:59:23 <Kat> Controls released...bbl
09:59:31 <LindaGt> Bye
09:59:33 <JarnoO> cya Kat
09:59:38 <JarnoO> enjoy reading the mails
10:00:12 <Kat> The mails are Katie's!
10:00:26 <ynpvisitor17> 6700 are all spam.
10:00:54 <JarnoO> deary me... I did just confuse you two...
10:03:15 <Katie> No, our spam filter is quite good. But 6700 of them is still about the number I can delete - legit ham, but still not anything I need to do anything about - automated messages, etc. Even those that I need to follow up on will mostly be things taken care of in my absence. In fact, I could probably ignore them all. I just really need to check for email addressed only to me personally.
10:03:43 <Katie> I try to "train" customers to use support@ rather than my personal email so that others receive them in my absence and take care of them.
10:05:37 <ynpvisitor17> Do a vacation response, and forward them all to the boss.
10:07:04 <ynpvisitor17> Or better yet, forward them all to Seafood of the World.
10:07:13 <LindaGp> might be daisy
10:07:45 <LindaGp> steam in front doesn't line up with steam in back
10:08:15 <LindaGp> huh don't know
10:08:20 <ynpvisitor17> I think it is drifting
10:26:07 <ynpvisitor17> Burger bags out today.
10:27:20 <Ryan (desk)> BSB?
10:28:33 <ynpvisitor17> Pump is impressive in the cold.
10:29:24 <LindaGp> BSB I think
10:29:37 <Ryan (desk)> 1027 start
10:32:20 <LindaGp> BSB Stopped
10:35:14 <LindaGp> daisy
10:38:13 <Ryan (desk)> yay!
10:38:19 <LindaGp> BAB ie
10:38:37 <LindaGp> *BSB
10:39:34 <Ryan (desk)> BHI soon hopefully
10:40:33 <LindaGp> this steam is tough
10:40:50 <JarnoO> temperatures are rising fast though
10:41:11 <LindaGp> yeah we broke zero
10:41:35 <JarnoO> a few minutes ago it was 1°F, now 12°F
10:41:51 <JarnoO> and not too long ago -19°F
10:42:17 <LindaGp> having a heat wave ☺
10:42:59 <Ryan (desk)> can we see if BSB is still ie?
10:43:30 <LindaGp> nope
10:43:43 <Ryan (desk)> if it holds these 10 min intervals we may see BH soon
10:44:30 <LindaGp> 👍 im ready
10:44:39 <ynpvisitor17> Lots of ground steam, something must be leaking.
10:44:56 <LindaGp> lion looks eagar
10:45:36 <LindaGp> ynpvisitor17, ☺
10:46:24 <LindaGp> depression is hot
10:46:42 <JarnoO> Dep looks ie actually
10:46:50 <Ryan (desk)> its very hot lol
10:46:50 <LindaGp> yup
10:47:03 <LindaGp> there it is water
10:47:13 <JarnoO> hopefully it's doing more than that pitiful eruption yesterday afternoon
10:47:54 <Ryan (desk)> Its doing its best ;)
10:48:05 <ynpvisitor17> Would it not be a depressing eruption?
10:48:15 <JarnoO> needs another 1959 I think
10:48:37 <Ryan (desk)> everything needs that
10:49:28 <Fire-bringer> I think I saw a blurp
10:49:47 <JarnoO> BSB
10:49:52 <Ryan (desk)> bsb
10:50:34 <JarnoO> good to see Steamboat's intervals seemingly dropping to about a week or so
10:51:22 <Ryan (desk)> Give it ime :)
10:51:26 <JarnoO> I wonder if it could manage a 4th eruption on the 28th or 29th
10:54:21 <Ryan (desk)> BH is hot
10:54:59 <LindaGp> we'll have a nice sunny bee
10:55:16 <Bill> Hey all
10:55:40 <LindaGp> Bill, hi
10:56:15 <JarnoO> I do wonder where those 13d22h intervals came from. Perhaps an undetected disturbance or a series of small-scale disturbances in a row or just "it does that"?
10:56:26 <JarnoO> hi Bill, Jeff
10:56:31 <Jeff> hi jarnoo
10:56:40 <LindaGp> BSB stopped
10:56:47 <LindaGp> Jeff, hi
10:56:51 <Jeff> hi linda
10:57:12 <LindaGp> lion
10:57:27 <JarnoO> it's trying for sure
10:57:32 <LindaGp> s/b ini
10:57:38 <JarnoO> seems like an ini
10:59:06 <Ryan (desk)> time for another BSB
11:00:35 <JarnoO> BSB
11:00:38 <Ryan (desk)> 1100
11:00:41 <LindaGp> BSB
11:02:07 <Fire-bringer> Everything really looks good
11:02:12 <Kevin L™ 🌵> BH is looking toasty
11:02:27 <Ryan (desk)> Just in time for OF
11:02:35 <LindaGp> Kevin L™ 🌵, hi, sure is
11:02:49 <LindaGp> Ryan (desk), I know 😕
11:03:09 <Kevin L™ 🌵> Great races last knight. Kyle won the late model race.
11:03:19 <LindaGp> maybe we'll luck out..OF 4 MIN
11:04:15 <Ryan (desk)> we wont
11:04:21 <LindaGp> well keep an eye on static
11:04:31 <Ryan (desk)> BHI steam
11:04:46 <LindaGp> splash
11:04:51 <JarnoO> that's quite the vertical steam South is generating. Good runoff of it too, it seems
11:04:52 <Ryan (desk)> Literally steam from BHI
11:05:04 <JarnoO> "water in Indy"
11:05:09 <Ryan (desk)> Im guessing water in BHI
11:05:11 <Kevin L™ 🌵> And OF window in a few minutes. :P
11:05:14 <Ryan (desk)> BHI
11:05:16 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:16 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:16 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:17 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:17 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:18 <Ryan (desk)> .
11:05:37 <Ryan (desk)> sending text
11:06:10 <JarnoO> "Water levels mediocre at first, then became good. Exceptional @ 1104, Indy @ 1105"
11:06:45 <Ryan (desk)> sent
11:06:46 <Eric> Thanks for the txt
11:06:56 <LindaGp> consent text
11:07:16 <LindaGp> *sent
11:07:21 <ynpvisitor17> Yabba Dabba Doo
11:07:38 <Eric> I consent
11:07:49 <Eric> Not to an OF window though :-(
11:07:59 <Jeff> i always consent to geysers
11:08:04 <Ryan (desk)> what OF window?
11:08:05 <Ryan (desk)> :)
11:08:09 <Eric> If you are going to send txt...don't move the camera away!
11:08:24 <Eric> Thats just cruel!
11:08:59 <ynpvisitor17> A person could crash up by Kevin.
11:09:09 <Mike J> I do miss the view of both
11:09:24 <Eric> So much mountain climbing in the PNW over the last 2 days...can't stop looking at climb reports :-P
11:09:28 <ynpvisitor17> Hard to see with al that steam.
11:10:30 <Ryan (desk)> Gonna be like a bomb going off
11:10:45 <Eric> or a rocket taking off :-D
11:10:50 <LindaGp> I wish it would
11:11:19 <Ryan (desk)> Wrong direction, Eric.
11:11:23 <Ryan (desk)> A motor test!
11:13:23 <Fire-bringer> My kingdom for a wide-angle lens
11:13:53 <Eric> this could be you Ryan! :-P
11:14:00 <ynpvisitor82> Long Indy
11:14:11 <Mike J> What a time to have to leave. Enjoy
11:14:11 <Ryan (desk)> Uhh. Nooooo lol
11:14:25 <ynpvisitor82> Never mind. Wrong clock
11:14:31 <Eric> bummer, cya Mike
11:14:33 <Ryan (desk)> No no no
11:14:35 <Ryan (desk)> Eric lol
11:14:41 <LindaGp> this is just torture
11:16:30 <Ryan (desk)> Normal indy for once
11:16:31 <Jeff> come on bee
11:16:53 <JarnoO> Indy's getting taller, so Bee should go within a few minutes
11:17:06 <JarnoO> :bee:
11:17:07 <LindaGp> bee
11:17:07 <ynpvisitor17> puff puff puff
11:17:10 <JarnoO> or seconds
11:17:36 <Eric> woot
11:17:44 <Eric> rocket!
11:17:44 <ynpvisitor17> Waiting, or did someone jump the gun?
11:17:58 <Ryan (desk)> That vie!
11:18:00 <Kevin L™ 🌵> Nice bee
11:18:01 <Ryan (desk)> Wow!
11:18:16 <Jeff> great looking eruption
11:18:21 <Fire-bringer> :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
11:18:23 <JarnoO> quite the shadow it's casting on the Hill
11:18:26 <Fire-bringer> Found an extra hand
11:18:55 <JarnoO> Are you sure you didn't use one of your feet to do a thumbs-up with? :)
11:18:57 <ynpvisitor17> You could be in the circus.
11:19:13 <LindaGp> look atbstatic
11:19:13 <Eric> So pretty
11:19:19 <Fire-bringer> Or the sideshow
11:19:52 <ynpvisitor82> Nice! Even on static.
11:20:11 <Ryan (desk)> Tall
11:20:22 <Ryan (desk)> Very nice Friday
11:20:33 <Ryan (desk)> indy off
11:20:52 <Ryan (desk)> can we wait and get a duration on BH please?
11:21:01 <Ryan (desk)> Just another 30s
11:21:17 <Eric> OF is still waiting...we should be good
11:21:30 <Ryan (desk)> cant tell zoomed out
11:21:39 <Kevin L™ 🌵> That was great
11:21:40 <ynpvisitor82> Texts worthwhile. Thanks:thumbsup:
11:21:47 <Eric> Not sure you can tell zoomed in either!
11:21:52 <LindaGp> going to OF
11:21:52 <Ryan (desk)> No lol
11:21:58 <Fire-bringer> Yeah, wind shift
11:22:02 <Eric> soo much steam
11:22:03 <Ryan (desk)> I am calling it now lol
11:22:03 <LindaGp> woweee
11:22:06 <Eric> Perfect!
11:22:07 <LindaGp> OF
11:22:08 <Jeff> fluffy
11:22:08 <Eric> OF
11:22:11 <Ryan (desk)> Nice timing
11:22:13 <ynpvisitor17> Well, that was fun. off to other things.
11:22:13 <Eric> you caught the start too
11:22:30 <LindaGp> HAHAHA
11:23:22 <LindaGp> I should play the lottery today
11:24:21 <Jeff> i got here just in time for the initial lion, a nice bee, and a nice OF lol
11:24:49 <Bhoffer> Dang, Just missed it all.:(
11:24:56 <Bhoffer> thats ok though
11:25:55 <LindaGp> Jeff, excellent
11:26:04 <LindaGp> Bhoffer, oh sorry
11:26:17 <LindaGp> Bhoffer, do a /
11:26:23 <LindaGp> getvideo
11:27:13 <Bhoffer> right, ill do that
11:28:18 <ynpvisitor29> That was a great show. Thanks Bee and OF.
11:28:50 <Eric> Thanks for holding onto BH for the entire eruption!
11:29:39 <LindaGp> Eric, ☺ yw
11:30:26 <LindaGp> and my text worked too
11:31:04 <LindaGp> could have an aurum
11:31:14 <LindaGp> but could have went during bee
11:31:40 <Bhoffer> wow, a lot went in fifteen minutes'
11:31:52 <Bhoffer> happened*
11:32:08 <LindaGp> hill was hot
11:35:43 <Eric> Those people are a few minutes late :-(
11:37:09 <Bhoffer> The wind was perfect for Bee
11:37:40 <LindaGp> it was
11:38:42 <LindaGp> no rainbow though ☹can't have everything
11:47:45 <LindaGp> Eric, ever read books by Colin Fletcher?
11:49:20 <Eric> Nope
11:49:40 <Eric> I don't read much about the outdoors...but could probably give me better perspective
11:50:07 <Eric> I sit in an office all when I can...I go outside and climb :-D
11:50:22 <LindaGp> he wrote the bible on backpacking. first to walk length oh grand canyon national park
11:50:40 <Eric> Nice
11:50:49 <LindaGp> better to do than read for sure
11:50:58 <Bhoffer> lion soo if series cotiues
11:51:03 <Bhoffer> soon*
11:51:13 <Eric> I was just chatting with a person who was training for R2R2R trek this spring. 48 miles in one day!
11:51:15 <Bhoffer> continues*
11:51:20 <Eric> 11k vertical ft
11:51:20 <LindaGp> walked length of California too
11:51:44 <LindaGp> Eric, ha, that's a good hike
11:52:20 <Eric> Crazy hike if you ask me. They are starting at like 2pm and hope to be done before noon the next day.
11:52:34 <Eric> Hiking mostly at night to keep temps cool
11:52:34 <LindaGp> his books have more of a philosophical angle
11:52:46 <Eric> ahh cool
11:53:17 <LindaGp> the one I just read is called 'the man who walked through time'
11:53:26 <Eric> I have read quite a few articles about thru-hikers who do the PCT, JM, ACT trails...good stuff in there.
11:54:02 <Eric> I think you get pretty philosophical when you are out in the woods by yourself for days on end :-P
11:54:18 <LindaGp> grad canyon people are serious about their r2r hikes
11:54:56 <Fire-bringer> What is the ACT?
11:54:57 <Eric> Yep, this person has done r2r a couple times in a single hike. They were training for the extra rim descent/ascent.
11:55:10 <Eric> Woops...the AT
11:55:10 <LindaGp> they have a dedicated to it, so people can learn what to take and how to.prepare
11:55:35 <LindaGp> which is good or they would all die out there
11:55:41 <Fire-bringer> Thought so. Just read an article today about the damage to a footbridge at Harpers Ferry from a derailment.
11:56:19 <Fire-bringer> AT hikers might have to take a shuttle. Takes away from the "hiked every step of the AT" panache.
11:56:22 <ynpvisitor11> .
11:56:43 <LindaGp> run away name change
11:56:43 <Fire-bringer> I think we have a nickname loop!
11:56:46 <Eric> I think I could do R2R in a day.
11:57:06 <Eric> Not sure what that is about, but about to ban them if it keeps going
11:57:29 <ynpvisitor11> I guess!! It says 11 on my page
11:57:29 <LindaGp> Eric, probably youve got elevationjust gotta watch out for heat
11:57:51 <ynpvisitor11> truly it says 11 on mine but keeps posting the change
11:58:02 <Fire-bringer> Kill the process! Kill the process!
11:58:16 <JarnoO> #117, what if you do /quit and then /join?
11:58:33 <JarnoO> that should fix itself
11:58:33 <ynpvisitor11> Will try to come back later! WEIRD
11:58:47 <Eric> just refresh your page
12:00:21 <Eric> Well, glad that is over...was about ban them :-P
12:00:57 <LindaGp> Eric, geez chatting with you wonder if i missed aurum
12:01:59 <JarnoO> well... it returned
12:02:01 <LindaGp> its back
12:02:25 <ynpvisitor11> will try another change
12:02:27 <LindaGp> wow blue green water
12:02:42 <JarnoO> you've #11 now
12:02:53 <JarnoO> now #13
12:03:14 <ynpvisitor13> that was . . . weird. I think it took!
12:03:15 <Fire-bringer> What pool is that?
12:03:22 <LindaGp> I remember this happening once before
12:03:30 <LindaGp> myriad
12:03:36 <Fire-bringer> :thumbsup:
12:03:40 <LindaGp> I think that's the name
12:03:44 <Ryan (desk)> Three crater
12:03:45 <JarnoO> I don't know the Three Sisters all too well
12:04:02 <JarnoO> At least the Northern Sister, that is
12:04:05 <LindaGp> where is myriad
12:04:20 <Ryan (desk)> Thats the myriad group
12:04:31 <LindaGp> ah ok
12:04:46 <Ryan (desk)> Thats all of the omes in there, J
12:04:58 <LindaGp> yup I get it
12:05:53 <JarnoO> Myriad itself is one of the largest geysers in the group, although seldomly active. Most recent eruption of it dates back to 1973
12:06:07 <JarnoO> at least, that's what GT says
12:06:53 <Eric> mugwump is an active performer over there.
12:07:12 <Eric> Good place to hangout on a really wet day :-D
12:07:41 <Eric> Either that or in the LGB someplace along the roadway.
12:08:20 <JarnoO> I wonder where Round (that one of the Myriads, not of the RSG) would be on the cam, if visible at all
12:10:18 <LindaGp> al that action and now nothing
12:10:38 <JarnoO> one could actually say Round is OF's doppelganger if it would have 150 feet eruptions again
12:11:13 <JarnoO> Lion should be soon
12:12:04 <LindaGp> another 5 or 10 min probably
12:12:36 <JarnoO> we've now entered its 10-minute window, so sounds about right
12:14:16 <LindaGp> must have missed aurum ☹
12:14:22 <ynpvisitor13> Eric, when that happened I changed my name once! It was the chat program problem. Banning someone based on a glitch in chat seems a bit severe.
12:14:34 <LindaGp> there still hope maybe go with lion
12:14:39 <Ryan (desk)> JarnoO, you mean 130ft? :P
12:15:00 <Ryan (desk)> OF is rarely much more than 100-125ft. At least from my measurements.
12:15:08 <JarnoO> OF can reach 150 to 160 feet at times, though :)
12:15:13 <Ryan (desk)> Though I have seen some that were very obvously over 150f
12:16:04 <JarnoO> in the 1995 log there's actually a measurement of "162'!" for OF (including exclamation point)
12:16:21 <Ryan (desk)> Poor Art
12:16:29 <Ryan (desk)> see GT comment on SB
12:17:14 <JarnoO> never knew SB could actually fog up an entire valley. That's a new one for me
12:17:40 <Ryan (desk)> Lion
12:17:48 <JarnoO> yep
12:18:00 <ynpvisitor13> The whole valley can be fogged in regardless of 'Steamboat
12:18:29 <JarnoO> could've done with ¾m window for Lion, actually :P
12:18:32 <Ryan (desk)> I meaqnt his driver refusing to allow them into Norris
12:18:35 <ynpvisitor13> even in the summer geyser fog can be heavy there
12:19:13 <JarnoO> it's a hot, water-rich location, so what'd I expect instead? :)
12:20:37 <JarnoO> Cistern's drained 6-12" by the way
12:20:59 <Eric> 13, I had no idea if you were some spammer or someone forcefully causing the behavior. It was annoying to everyone here. The ban would have only been temporary either way. I only permanent ban spammers.
12:21:07 <JarnoO> LC
12:21:38 <JarnoO> maybe not LC?
12:21:44 <Eric> glad you got it fixed.
12:21:45 <JarnoO> oh there it is again
12:22:10 <ynpvisitor13> how could you forcefully re-name the same #? My chat box said 11 - the system kept announcing the change
12:22:50 <Ryan (desk)> You could code sometyhing to send the update.
12:23:06 <Ryan (desk)> Not saying you did, he's saying that its possible and that we didn't know.
12:23:15 <JarnoO> Eric, does the chat program keep some kind of error log?
12:23:24 <Ryan (desk)> One of the risks of being a number is we dont know if youre a regular or not.
12:24:00 <Fire-bringer> You could be pi
12:24:41 <ynpvisitor13> haha and I switched from 117 to 11 to be more invisible
12:25:06 <Eric> Yep, it's an anonymous board and unless I can tie you to someone real....I don't/won't invest a lot of time in figuring out if it's your problem or not. Easier to just turn you off and then back on again ;-)
12:25:57 <ynpvisitor13> OK I am going AFK for a while - feel free to boot #13 if something weird happens
12:27:02 <Eric> :-P
12:27:27 <ynpvisitor3.141> So thats the character limit...
12:27:50 <JarnoO> There's only one way to find out - and that's to [b]become the pi[/b]! *cue intense music*
12:27:53 <Eric> Nice, plenty of digits of approximation.
12:28:08 <ynpvisitor3.141> I like to play dangerous and use 3.14159
12:28:21 <ynpvisitor3.141> And nothing else *da, da, DAAAA*
12:28:28 <Eric> better than me...I just use 3.14
12:29:11 <Fire-bringer> I just reviewed and pi isn't irregular, it's irrational.
12:29:12 <ynpvisitor3.141> So i upgraded to a new turntable.
12:29:16 <ynpvisitor3.141> Sounds great!
12:29:54 <Fire-bringer> Anirregular number is an integer which can be written as a product of two (possibly equal) monoprimes in more than one way.
12:31:01 <Eric> Whats the first irregular positive integer?
12:31:10 <ynpvisitor3.141> e?
12:31:21 <JarnoO> did pi just become Canadian? :)
12:31:36 <Fire-bringer> Since that's how I found the definition, I must recuse from answering.
12:32:12 <JarnoO> for dumb man's speak, what is a monoprime? Is that a prime number or something different?
12:32:52 <ynpvisitor3.141> Woiah the literal definition of e just blew my mind.
12:33:01 <Fire-bringer> It's an even positive integer that isn't the product of two even numbers. So 6 is a monoprime.
12:33:14 <ynpvisitor3.141> 1 = int(1 to e) 1/x dx, solve for e.
12:34:42 <JarnoO> thanks, Fire-bringer
12:36:03 <ynpvisitor3.141> I think my new names will be cycling through irration numbers and yall can guesslol
12:36:31 <ynpvisitor73> 36 degrees? That thermometer must be in direct sunlight. It also records colder than reality temps.
12:37:03 <ynpvisitor73> It’s nice there yet more like 20 than 36
12:37:58 <Eric> It was 12 degrees a little bit ago
12:38:51 <ynpvisitor73> We need a different temp, that ones most always incorrect
12:39:25 <Eric> find me a better one and I will use it :-D
12:39:46 <Eric> It's the temp sensor behind the Post Office that the National Weather Service uses!
12:40:40 <ynpvisitor73> Does their site say 36 right now?
12:40:54 <ynpvisitor73> I just know it’s wrong a lot
12:42:59 <ynpvisitor3.141> nws SAYS 36
12:43:05 <ynpvisitor3.141>
12:43:13 <ynpvisitor47> didn't you used to use one that was by a river?
12:43:44 <Eric> Yes, I used the river one while the NWS station was offline. However it's further away from the UGB and on the river.
12:44:23 <Eric> Maybe the park service or Xanterra could install a decent weather station for me to get updates from :-P
12:44:50 <ynpvisitor3.141> Any reason to think its wrong?
12:44:53 <LindaGp> not to stir thw.pot but weather channel has it at 20 degrees
12:45:05 <ynpvisitor47> that sounds about right
12:45:08 <Eric> Probably old data Linda
12:45:19 <LindaGp> no idea where the therm is for that
12:45:32 <Eric> I bet if you looked at NWS history it shows 20 degrees 1/2 hour ago :-P
12:45:36 <ynpvisitor47> I'm in West and it is 19. It is not that much warmer at OF
12:45:37 <ynpvisitor3.141> NWS last update was 1200
12:46:10 <ynpvisitor47> the sun shining on it might have brought it to 36
12:46:16 <ynpvisitor3.141> 1145 update 29
12:46:20 <JarnoO> Bulger ie
12:46:37 <Eric> Weird that a NWS station wouldn't have protection for it's thermo sensor.
12:46:53 <ynpvisitor47> I need to look at it this spring
12:47:38 <ynpvisitor47> anyway, it's a lovely day
12:47:50 <Eric> You can see it here:,-110.8307437,3a,75y,269.93h,89.49t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1siIRhH0_RkNPuP71Nz3W_ig!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
12:48:04 <Eric> surrounded by wood fence
12:48:40 <Eric> Wish I knew how to access that webcam on it :-P Or if it was even working.
12:49:01 <ynpvisitor47> no top on that structure of any kind for shading
12:49:42 <ynpvisitor3.141> Do you know where on there the thermo probe is, 47?
12:49:45 <Eric> Here is where I believe the webcam wifi connector is:,-110.8314332,3a,75y,219.96h,111.24t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sOcztnIwUqvtEBTxgzhc8UQ!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
12:50:10 <Eric> I would expect the thermo probe to be sitting in a sheltered section of that structure.
12:50:35 <ynpvisitor47> I don't know Pi
12:50:38 <ynpvisitor3.141> It is
12:51:31 <ynpvisitor47> at least the cam has kept working (mostly) this winter, I never thought we'd make it
12:52:13 <JarnoO> don't speak to loudly now... :)
12:52:21 <Eric> Sorry, I am no expert on weather stations, but I could give you the contact info for the hydrologist in riverton that maintains it :-P
12:52:30 <ynpvisitor3.141>
12:52:40 <LindaGp> OF
12:52:42 <JarnoO> humidity dropped to 20%
12:52:52 <LindaGp> NOPE
12:52:58 <ynpvisitor3.141> "Temperature sensor siting: The sensor should be mounted 5 feet +/- 1 foot above the ground. The ground over which the shelter [radiation] is located should be typical of the surrounding area. A level, open clearing is desirable so the thermometers are freely ventilated by air flow. Do not install the sensor on a steep slope or in a sheltered hollow unless it is typical of the area or unless data
12:53:07 <ynpvisitor3.141> from that type of site are desired. When possible, the shelter should be no closer than four times the height of any obstruction (tree, fence, building, etc.). The sensor should be at least 100 feet from any paved or concrete surface."
12:53:27 <Eric> I think it fails the "100ft" from pavement :-P
12:53:54 <JarnoO> yeah, seems to be more like 100 inches than 100 feet :D
12:54:22 <ynpvisitor3.141> GBoogle maps say 50ft minimum
12:54:34 <Eric> sounds about right
12:54:57 <ynpvisitor3.141> +/-10ft
12:55:10 <Eric> I am sure siting it a national park presents limitations
12:55:15 <Eric> especially in a thermal area
12:55:25 <Eric> Lucky to have one there at all!
12:55:52 <ynpvisitor47> I agree, I just wish it was a bit more accurate
12:56:17 <ynpvisitor3.141> I am hard pressed to argue against it, 47.
12:56:34 <ynpvisitor47> don't stress Pi
12:56:38 <ynpvisitor3.141> Thats the same station setups that provide airline pilots weather updates near the ground ait airports.
13:00:00 <LindaGp> nice crowd
13:01:45 <LindaGp> I'm missing daisy
13:03:45 <Eric> He is not pi, only a rough approximation :-P
13:04:37 <ynpvisitor47> just called VEC, it is 20 degrees on there shaded thermometer, which the ranger says runs a little high
13:04:45 <ynpvisitor47> on their
13:05:02 <ynpvisitor3.141> Don't stress, 47.
13:05:12 <ynpvisitor3.141> Its just the temperature :)
13:05:21 <ynpvisitor47> he says the weather station read 45 yesterday
13:05:32 <ynpvisitor47> I know, it's just interesting how different
13:06:32 <LindaGp> underground said 3 in gardiner
13:06:35 <JarnoO> SC
13:07:12 <ynpvisitor47> I should have gotten the Grand E time...
13:07:19 <ynpvisitor3.141>
13:07:35 <ynpvisitor3.141> Move the sensor up higher and itll be colder, move it lower and itll be warmer.
13:07:51 <ynpvisitor47> is SC erupting or steaming?
13:07:53 <LindaGp> OF
13:08:09 <LindaGp> go OF
13:08:14 <ynpvisitor3.141> Like all things, its relative to how the sensor is used. Plus its dry there, which makes substantial changes in sun/shade temps.
13:08:28 <ynpvisitor3.141> I'm inclined to believe both.
13:09:19 <ynpvisitor47> nice OF
13:10:41 <ynpvisitor47> why ns Linda?
13:10:55 <JarnoO> #47, that's become more difficult to tell after it had mostly above-cone eruptions in 2017. Nowadays it seems to be either steaming heavy with the occasional jet above-ground or fully above-ground like it did during 2017. Either way, it pretty much only steams like that during an eruption
13:11:08 <LindaGp> cause I'm on delay
13:11:40 <ynpvisitor47> :thumbsup:
13:12:07 <ynpvisitor47> in 2017 I only remember eruptions being posted if we saw water. Sometimes a foot above the cone
13:13:14 <ynpvisitor47> maybe we haven't missed Daisy
13:17:38 <JarnoO> Lion's about due
13:18:10 <LindaGp> yes
13:18:24 <ynpvisitor3> E hi
13:22:34 <JarnoO> Bulger ie
13:25:01 <LindaGp> lion
13:25:09 <JarnoO> Lion
13:34:46 <JarnoO> Next Lion @ 1429±5m, given that the previous eruption had a duration of 3m29s
13:34:48 <JarnoO> OT
13:34:51 <JarnoO> I think
13:36:15 <JarnoO> For Lion's prediction it should be obvious that prediction assumes the series will continue
13:37:11 <JarnoO> Turban 1335 in-basin by the way
13:38:58 <LindaGp> waiting for grand
13:39:56 <JarnoO> next chance would be around 1355
13:47:23 <JarnoO> an Aurum would be nice by now
13:48:14 <JarnoO> though Grand would be better
13:48:55 <JarnoO> or Sawmill :(
13:49:42 <LindaGp> :!have a feeling aurum might have gone around same time as bee or OF
13:51:51 <JarnoO> Daisy area looks quiet
13:52:13 <ynpvisitor3.141> Off for the weekend
13:52:15 <ynpvisitor3.141> See yall later
13:53:09 <LindaGp> ynpvisitor3.141592653589, bye
13:53:28 <JarnoO> cya Ryan, enjoy your weekend
13:54:04 <ynpvisitor3.141> Will do, two good days of caving and pit bouncing ahead.
13:54:29 <ynpvisitor3.141> One of my favorite pits on Sunday, the 125ft Grapevine Pit. Drops into a huge room with big formations.
13:54:37 <JarnoO> stay safe
13:54:39 <ynpvisitor3.141> Right on to a tourist trail, the faces you get are impressive!
13:54:44 <ynpvisitor3.141> As always!
13:55:39 <JarnoO> Turban time
13:56:26 <JarnoO> Grand
13:59:32 <JarnoO> Bulger
14:01:26 <JarnoO> 5m
14:03:27 <JarnoO> 7m
14:04:14 <LindaGp> controls released
14:05:26 <ynpvisitor99> Still spiking 🙂
14:05:58 <JarnoO> over 9m. Don't think we'll be getting a 2nd with this eruption
14:06:20 <LindaG> I'm off cam
14:07:09 <LindaG> Glad it went before shift was over
14:07:30 <JarnoO> b1 done
14:07:37 <JarnoO> about 11m
14:08:28 <LindaG> Well enjoy taking a break
14:08:30 <JarnoO> G1Q
14:08:43 <JarnoO> cya Linda
14:08:55 <LindaG> JarnoO, ye
14:09:05 <LindaG> *bye
14:10:05 <JarnoO> is there anything left of the carcass?
14:14:26 <ynpvisitor15> hing left stripped by wolves, coyotes and ravens, one day Micah described the fact that the wolves hadvleft the basins he gave a detailed description of their path to another part of the park
14:14:51 <ynpvisitor15> nothing left***
14:15:54 <JarnoO> took less time that I had expected. I assume the NPS will let the bones (if any) lie there?
14:19:00 <JarnoO> Lion's almost due
14:25:18 <Fire-bringer> Just found out we're having a pie contest here on March 12.
14:25:32 <Fire-bringer> 14th is a Saturday.
14:25:43 <Fire-bringer> And the 13th is bad luck, apparently.
14:25:54 <Fire-bringer> (Prime number)
14:27:46 <JarnoO> Would be nice if the cam was on Lion now...
14:30:03 <Fire-bringer> X marks the spot.
14:30:44 <JarnoO> it does :)
14:36:12 <JarnoO> OF
14:36:23 <ynpvisitor90> Yes. They never remove carcasses
14:47:46 <ynpvisitor76> That ain't going to happen
16:10:26 <JarnoO> OF ie
16:52:55 <Eric> Beefalo!
17:03:20 <ynpvisitor67> too bad the logger is not transmitting for SB. Will it populate later?
17:04:49 <JarnoO> Doubtful for SB. For Echinus and Whirligig - they'll probably will be populated in a few more minutes or so
17:04:58 <JarnoO> Constant/Whirligig*
17:07:28 <ynpvisitor13> constant and echinus are already up
17:07:35 <JarnoO> speaking of which, all YVO's loggers have uploaded their data. Steamboat logger: dead; Echinus: sometimes malfunctioning, sometimes not; Constant/Whirligig: working as espected; Opalescent: dead; Porkchop: working as expected; Gray Lakes: idem ditto; Tantalus Creek: idem; Vixen Soil: dead; Nuphar Lake: working as expected
17:09:09 <JarnoO> the next logger to go dead is probably Echinus'
17:11:24 <Betty> afternoon all, evening Jarno
17:11:31 <JarnoO> evening Betty
17:17:50 <JarnoO> Riverside
17:30:05 <ynpvisitor67> so Jarno, it will not populate later? That data is lost, for SB?
17:30:38 <ynpvisitor67> I wanted to see how high the temp went for the eruption and then if it turned to mixed water phase later
17:31:02 <ynpvisitor67> if it is dead, does someone need to physically touch it to bring it back to working order?
17:31:37 <ynpvisitor13> barring a total failure, it should be storing the data. When we see it is the question
17:33:39 <ynpvisitor67> thanks 13, I can wait, I am interested in what happened
17:33:45 <ynpvisitor67> glad it might be there
17:34:44 <JarnoO> if the logger itself is still working, it will store its data just fine. Though after a certain amount of time, the logger's own storage will be filled and then data is lost because it won't overwrite old data
17:40:02 <Eric> Bill can travel in the park, so hopefully he knows and can get to loggers before they fill!
17:40:40 <Eric> NPS geo needs a logger intern for the summer :-D
17:41:14 <ynpvisitor67> I hope whoever replaces Bill will be logger focused
17:41:27 <JarnoO> hope so too
17:41:34 <Eric> uggg, I agree 67...sad to see him go
17:41:56 <Eric> Wow....Washburn NE is stellar right now
17:43:18 <JarnoO> almost otherworldly if it weren't for the patches of rock and grass exposed
17:43:56 <ynpvisitor67> all the cams are pretty nice right now
17:44:18 <ynpvisitor67> windy place up there Jarno
17:50:43 <JarnoO> OF; SC ie
17:52:22 <JarnoO> OF short it seems
18:21:13 <JarnoO> that's a big Turban or whatever it may be
18:34:37 <JarnoO> is that Rift ie (with its start around 1821 or so?)
18:34:55 <JarnoO> or was it actually Rocket