Historic cabin waterwheel Big Springs Idaho river vertical

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Historic cabin water wheel Big Springs Idaho river. Big Springs is a large spring located in Island Park, Idaho. The spring produces over 120 million gallons of water each day. It is a primary source of the North Fork or Henrys Fork, and is famous for its large trout. In 1929, Johnny Sack leased a small tract of land from the United States Forest Service for $4.15 a year and built his log cabin at Big Springs. Now a beautiful spring, pond and river with fish and wildlife. Historic and now part of the National Park Service and open to tourists and visitors. HD video footage. Don Despain of Rekindle Photo. 010
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  • Format: mov
  • Codec: prores
  • Resolution: 1080x1920
  • FPS: 29.97
  • Length: 16 seconds
  • File size: 400 MB
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