The RED RIVER CANALL
JOBS - JOBS - JOBS
CRYSTAL CLEAR WATER
Where is all this water coming from?
All the water we can dream of can be ours
if we build The RED RIVER CANALL.
We dig the Red River basin out deeper and wider to carry this fresh water to TEXAS & OKLAHOMA to where it is needed.
Oklahoma is far ahead of us working on new fresh water.....lets see what they are doing?
Texans must work with Choctaws & Chickasaws & Oklahoma to “Get-R-Done”
THE RED RIVER HEAD WATERS
IN Minnesota & Dakota The Red River, also known as the Red River of the North, starts at the confluence of the Bois de Sioux and Otter Tail rivers between Minnesota and Dakota in the US. The river runs into Lake Winnipeg. The 885 km long river also supplies Canada.
Where is all this water be coming from?
VIA canals built from the Head Waters of the Red River & The Mississippi and the GREAT LAKES – millions of cubic ft of water daily will supply everyone water needs & supply TEXAS & OKLAHOMA as long as grass grows.
The sound of 6 million cubic ft of water per minute
Source: The Red River (, , American English: Red River of the North) is a North American river. Originating at the confluence of the River" class rivers between the U.S. states of Minnesota and North Dakota
It lies along the border between the U.S. states of Minnesota and South Dakota. A low continental divide separates the land at the southern shore of Lake Traverse from the Little Minnesota River, which is part of the and flows within a mile of the lake near the town of Browns Valley, Minnesota and Wheaton, Minnesota. Prehistorically, the south end of Lake Traverse was the southern outlet of glacial Lake Agassiz across the Traverse Gap into Glacial River Warren; that river carved the valley now occupied by the present-day Minnesota River.
PICS OF RUNNING WATER VIDEOS
USING THE RED RIVER as River Bed...& CARRIER .....WE BUIILD GIANT WATER WAYS & CANALS .....from THE GREAT LAKES & Rivers and lakes of Minnesota & Dakota & from the Mississippi ..to the plains of TEXAS....
We can make it happen... lets... ”GET-R-DONE”
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