The Colorado is not a River anymore
I wonder how many others (I know there are) have considered that the Colorado river, (formerly known by other names), is no longer a River. I think most would agree that the definition of a "river", or "creek", or "run", or "fork", or "whatever-you-want-to-call-it: WATERWAY" is a vessel that carries snow/water from high places (mountains, hills, plateaus, etc.) to the sea. The Colorado no longer does that, and hasn't for some time. It only carries bought-water from place-to-place; not a single drop of free flow from the highest (formerly) headwaters. I'm thinking it should be now formally known as the colorado canal. Yes, lower caps, "colorado canal". What do you think?