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Geezers Stage Geyser Vigils

I keep a list in my head of all the things I'll do in my older years, if I feel lonely, sad, neglected. After a recent — and first — trip to Yellowstone Park, I've added a new one. I will become a “geezer geyser gazer.” We were told during a tour that the park's 500 geysers have fans. Some of these fans sit and watch the geysers for hours, days and weeks and record what they see. One group even has a website. The geysers provide much to think about. They are beautiful. Most are unpredictable. Some lay dormant for years and then erupt when no one's watching/Rebecca Nappi, End Notes. More here.

Question: Has anyone viewed a geyser other than Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park?




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