The wilderness of the Pacific Northwest has never been what one might consider a hospitable locale. At times, the freezing, untamed wilds of Oregon are more like a primordial forest than a weekend camping destination. This is especially true if you happen to be a six-year-old boy, lost and alone in that untamed place.\nCody Sheehy is one of the few people to have traversed this sometimes inhospitable wilderness on his own. Despite 18 hours of bone-breaking walking and cold, Cody made it out alive and lived to tell his tale. After 32 years, he’s going back to retrace his steps and discuss how this amazing survival experience really did change his life.