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Jackson F. Kimball State Park [2]
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Jackson F. Kimball State Park is located near Fort Klamath, Oregon.  The headwaters of the Wood River begin here at two springs.  This was taken at one of the springs, which reveals a water color of paradise blue/cyan.

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