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Lake Okoboji | by Mary Fairchild/Mfairlady
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Lake Okoboji


West Okoboji Lake is about seven miles long and up to two miles in width and it is the largest of a chain of five connecting lakes, which is considered part of Iowa's Great Lakes.


It is one of only three lakes in the world that are considered to be a blue water lake. The other two are Lake Geneva in Switzerland and Canada's Lake Loiuse. These lakes are fed by cool, fresh, subterranean springs.



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Taken on April 11, 2013