"Death's door was nothing like I had always thought it would be. As a matter of fact, at the exact moment of my arrival at that dreaded portal; I felt an unexpected inner peace." How does one become so hopelessly lost, even after considerable planning and preparation? The answer to that question is recovered here in "Where's Chuckawalla Bill's Cabin?: A True Tale of Being Lost in the Hi-Desert," a factual account of despair, & perseverance. From the moment his ill-fated hike begins, you will see what the author sees, & feel what he feels as, step by step, his precarious situation becomes increasingly desperate. Heaton is not likely to make it out of the desert alive, but you will find yourself hoping against hope that he does.