Well here is a question for you....I have often wondered where the balance point is in the Red River...what I would like to know is where the water goes north and where it goes south....we call that the balance point ( construction talk)....I sure would like a answer......thank you..
No tricks on this one Cory I just would like to know :bash: ....it's been on my mind for some time :dazed: ...there has to be a point where it flows north & south north on the Red River & south on the Mississippi River I believe...
I think it will be in Minnesota some where...I look last year when I went to see the Stones in St Paul but no luck...
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Where I sled: Interlake area and east side of Lake Winnipeg
Maybe this will help
"The Red River is a single-channeled, meandering river. It is 880 km long by length of channel or 456 km long in a straight line, from the confluence of the Bois de Sioux and Otter Tail rivers in southern North Dakota/Minnesota, to Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, in the north. "
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