Summer 2015 Kathy Norgard, The Walk for Life Hiking in a canyon near the Mexican border a few years ago when my late husband and I still lived in Tucson, we stumbled across a human carcass. We knew it was the remains of a migrant who had attempted to cross the treacherous Sonoran desert because of a simple backpack nearby, a Bible written in Spanish, and assorted food wrappers. We could not determine whether it was a man or a woman. That shocking experience is seared into my memory. Please click here to read Kathy’s essay why she has participated on the Migrant trail walk.