Meet Walter Baker

Recently divorced and down-sized out of his airline pilot job, forty-five-year-old Walter Baker has elected to enter ‘the wilderness,’ physically and metaphorically, to re-invent his life. He rents an isolated cabin just outside Bonanza, Oregon, near Klamath Falls, with the intention of spending six months to a year in intensive self-examination and medi-tation. But even before he can move in, he meets an attractive widow with a troubled past and a mental health counselor masquerading as an Odell Lake fishing guide. Both of them soon insinuate themselves into his life, put-ting their agendas into competition with his. Moreover, he finds that he has some ‘old baggage’ to deal with as well — for example, his kids and his career.