At midnight (Sat.) Lake FUBAR had a lot of seismic activity/fluid movement that lasted over an hour and was big for over 20 minutes. It was pretty quiet Friday before midnight.
It shows well on LA12.
NOTE: Checking G00gle Earth today the image for Bayou Corne claims an image date of March, 2014 but it is obviously a very old image showing the old berm configuration without any new-new south berm even being started. It looks like the photo is over 6 mos. old or maybe even a year old. What the heck?
Keith M. kindly sent in new G00gle Earth images from his computer. They are here –
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A harrowing account of the 1980 disaster at Lake Peigneur is in Vermilion Today – Abbeville’s Bergeron will be honored as ‘Living Legend’
[snip] ” . . . During the morning Bergeron saw service barges going around the drilling platform, which was soon pulled under as the vortex became stronger. He also witnessed the salt barges–some loaded, some empty all tied to sturdy piling and to each other–straining to break away to the vortex. Bergeron also witnessed the narrow escape of the two fishermen in the little aluminum flat boat barely avoid the vortex and then nearly being crushed by colliding barges as they traveled through the barge basin. . . “
Reader Keith M. says it looks to be on the eastern edge of the North American craton.