In the premiere episode, Brannon and his savvy crew must improvise while hauling 15 tons of building materials along an unmaintained trail through the remote Alaskan interior. Meanwhile, Ben and his father Jere sail head-on into a brewing storm while towing 60,000 pounds of precious cargo to their isolated island build site. Then, first-time builder Nick faces delays early-on when he discovers a missing part that halts construction and compromises his budget.
“There are no roads whatsoever out here,” says Nick. “It’s completely off the grid. You’ve gotta be self-sufficient all the time and you need to have a plan B.”
“You can fight it or you can roll with it—just another day in Alaska,” says Ben.
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