No Man's Land
Deserts are some of the hottest locations on Earth and living there can be fatal -- California's Death Valley got its name for a reason -- if residents and visitors cannot adapt to the harsh conditions. "No Man's Land" profiles several people who call these areas home and rely on ingenuity and self-reliance to survive. Jason Hawk lives in Arizona's upper Sonoran Desert with his family, as he continues traditions passed down through generations. In Utah's Red Rock country, David Holladay fulfills a demand for rare stones. Charlie Acuña has given up his business to spend a summer in the northern desert of New Mexico to satisfy a lifelong survivalist dream. Howdy Fowler rounds up steers in the Chihuahuan Desert in Texas, but he may be close to hanging up his spurs. Former Navy man Rick Gibson makes a living digging through Death Valley's abandoned mines.