X marks the spot - Sandy Utah
I like to think that I am really involved in my hobby activities especially the low cost, or no cost ones. Observing seismic activity (earthquakes) in seven day intervals in the Intermountain West with me located in the middle of the observed area suits my criteria. My information comes from the University of Utah Seismic Station just up the road in Salt Lake City UT.
This precise information is updated regularly as it is reported. I could check hourly and often find new results. My choice of weekly intervals allows me easy observations of recent events.
Be assured ~ I observe, never predict. My aim always is to inform, never to alarm. Nevertheless there is a certain charm and excitement in living in "earthquake country".
This week's map shows a minor earthquake (3.1) near Star Valley Ranch WY. (UUSS data shows 3.0 and above information in red.) So-o the remaining 65 events were in the micro category (<3.0). 33 0f them occurred in West Yellowstone MT (no doubt, to give the summer tourists something to talk about). Closer to home, UT hosted 17 of the week's seismic events. Most of these pass unheeded by the local population.
Wherever you live, I wish you a happy choice of hobbies.