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Wood River Headwaters

There are two springs the Wood River comes out of at Jackson F. Kimball State Park near Fort Klamath, Oregon.  Here it is seen coming out of the large boulders emptying out near a large placid blue pond.

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Uploaded: 24/05/2012
Updated: 24/07/2012


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