A Canadian woman missing since mid-March has been found alive along a remote road in Northeastern Nevada. Her husband is still missing. The couple left their home in British Columbia March 19th on a road trip in their van to Las Vegas. They had decided to travel on scenic back roads through Oregon and Nevada. Once they were reported missing, a massive search of eastern Oregon and most of Nevada was launched, using SUV’s, airplanes, helicopters, and snowmobiles. Friday, a group of hunters came across their van on a remote road in northeastern Nevada. They found Rita Chretien, who had survived on trail mix and melting snow for forty-seven days. She was flown by helicopter to a hospital where she's in fair condition. Her husband left on foot three days after they got stuck in the mud in March and hasn't been seen since.