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  • Duster
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    Yes, ant bites hurt.

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  • Livinlifebig
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    We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time.”

    Gibbon hill as described as a giant Ant hill. Near the top but not all the way to the top was a warm waters geyser. The geyser was stopped in 1989 after the fires of 88. By mudslide. The fires were started by 42 lightning strikes, 9 of which were caused by humans. 1989 is when Forrest was cleared of cancer.

    At the final location as a giant Ant hill.
    Last edited by Livinlifebig; 09-15-2021, 12:40 PM.

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  • Cary_Galloway
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    I think the closest thermal features near Madison Junction are Terrace Springs and that's on the Gibbon.

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  • kpro
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    Damn it, I mean west.

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  • Cary_Galloway
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    Doesn't look like it

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  • kpro
    started a topic Geysers east of madison junction?

    Geysers east of madison junction?

    Are there any geysers, well known, west of madison junction? On the madison?
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