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Somewhat Troubled Waters
Somewhat Troubled Waters, by Pete Sinclair
by Pete Sinclair

The waters of the earth are not real property. Notions that men have water rights are delusion. The eternal round of water from sky to earth and back can be tampered with but cannot be stopped.
SOMEWHAT TROUBLED WATERS is the third book by Pete Sinclair about our effort to inhabit the American West in a manner fitting to the landscape.
WE ASPIRED: THE LAST INNOCENT AMERICANS is set in the mountains of Alaska and Wyoming and the life of mountaineers.
THINKING OUT LOUD THROUGH THE AMERICAN WEST explores some of the controversies: beginning with an incident in California in the establishment of the Oregon Trail by John Charles Fremont and company; the fires of 1988 in the Rockies and controversies about the let burn policy; and the controversy over the protection of Northern Spotted Owl in the Northwest.
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Third and final Book of Pete Sinclair's Trilogy about Living, Populating and Preserving the American West Way of Life.

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