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The Colorado River, like much of difficult Nature, calls to mind the complaint that if the good Lord had been foresighted he would have arranged to have the sun rise at day’s end so as to provide light at night when needed. The Colorado, in an arid, parched land of high mesas, sandstone cliffs, and deep cut canyons, is only one river, not large, not clean, barely sweet, and seasonally difficult. No wonder it is abused.

Statistically, it is a mighty stream. Its basin is a twelfth of the area of the forty-eight states, 245 thousand square miles or 157 million acres. It stretches 1,400 miles from the tules and shifting channels at the head of the Gulf of California up to its remotest source at the far end of the Wind River Mountains in Northwest Wyoming.

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Host: GoatHollow

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