In 1983, a small aircraft with four occupants crashes during a Search and Rescue training mission in the Canadian Rockies. Blair Farish, a 45-year-old Physiotherapist, is one of two survivors. The Clockwatcher is his own account of five years of recovery. He recounts in vivid detail the horror of the fiery crash and the agonizing wait for rescue. The Clockwatcher is a shining example for those in despair through suffering.
Originally published in 1988, this revised edition includes eight new chapters that follow key events in the life of the author since the accident.