Ten years ago this week, a Caldwell, Idaho, pastor was found dead, his legs wedged between two massive boulders in Wyoming's Wind River Range.
It was a freak accident followed by an ordeal of Biblical proportions, endured by a man who sought out wild, high places to feel close to God.
But it's not the manner of Mike Turner's death that most resonates today.
It's the way he lived and the way he faced that death, trapped alive for about nine days and pouring his thoughts, fears and faith into a journal that brought peace to his family and friends.
Turner's saga drew national attention in 1998, but its impact is undimmed a decade later on those who lived it - including his widow, who plans to remarry next month, and the Wyoming man who led the search.
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