Where’s Chuckawalla Bill’s Cabin?

by Kevin Heaton (Author)

Few adventurers have ever gone missing in the Joshua Tree National Park Wilderness Area, & lived to tell us their story.

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Few adventurers have ever gone missing in the Joshua Tree National Park Wilderness Area, & lived to tell us their story.

How does one become so hopelessly lost? The answer to that question is revealed here in this true tale of despair, & perseverance. From the onset of this ill-fated walkabout, 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.

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Legends can captivate with an aura of mystery, urging us to uncover the truth or find our own in the art of self-expression. This recount of a horrifying ordeal tasks you, the reader, with Heaton's perilous thirty hour Hi-Desert hike during which you will experience every known human emotion; from anticipation to desperation, to the redemption one can find in the healing waters of life's simpler things. The Hi-Desert Star A truly colorful tale of this seasoned hiker's experience in the desert back country! How does one get so lost after considerable planning and preparation? The answer is here in this well written true tale of perseverance, despair, and incredible relief at the moment of rescue! Color photos are a great addition to the story. Sagebrush Press

Kevin Heaton (Author)

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Kevin Heaton hikes, lives and writes in Yucca Valley, California. His work has appeared in over 400 print and online journals including: Guernica, Beloit Poetry Journal, Rattle, The Adroit Journal, and Raleigh Review, (search: Kevin Heaton Poems) and has been selected “Best of the Net.” He is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee. “Where’s Chuckawalla Bill’s Cabin?” is his first Nonfiction offering.

Where’s Chuckawalla Bill’s Cabin?

Legends can captivate with an aura of mystery, urging us to uncover the truth or find our own in the art of self-expression. This recount of a horrifying ordeal tasks you, the reader, with Heaton's perilous thirty hour Hi-Desert hike during which you will experience every known human emotion; from anticipation to desperation, to the redemption one can find in the healing waters of life's simpler things. The Hi-Desert Star A truly colorful tale of this seasoned hiker's experience in the desert back country! How does one get so lost after considerable planning and preparation? The answer is here in this well written true tale of perseverance, despair, and incredible relief at the moment of rescue! Color photos are a great addition to the story. Sagebrush Press

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