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Late last year, Sarah Scoles asked herself these two tough questions.
First, what would a "post-water America" look like?
Second, what would folks have to do to adapt - and survive?
Scoles decided to see for herself.
So early one Saturday in late December, she trundled herself down to the neighborhood hardware store in her drought-ridden home of Denver, to buy the 18-gallon storage container she'd be using to take showers over the week to follow.
I don't know Scoles - in fact, we've never talked. But I do know her work.
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