Immediate medical attention is needed for Ami and they must journey to Juneau for help. Back at the homestead, the boys are tasked with finding a wood-burning stove in order to survive winter.
After being in Ketchikan, the Brown's secure a piece of Alaskan wilderness and are eager to settle in. Unfortunately, a series of emergencies threaten to keep them in modern society.
The Brown family is determined to make it to their new piece of land in the wild, which is populated by bears and covered in 150-foot widow makers. After barely surviving disaster on the seas, the Browns reach out to an old friend for help.
The Brown boys are challenged when they have difficulty setting up their home site, leaving Billy to question whether they can survive in the bush.
The family is up against nature when foraging for food in the woods. With supplies running low, Birdy goes hunting in bear territory to provide food for the clan.
Ami is forced to confront her family and the life she left behind years ago. Meanwhile, the Brown boys work a demolition job for salvage goods.
Billy is visited by a longtime friend who offers him a one-of-a-kind boat, leaving a difficult decision for the family. Bear is faced with an injury and Noah kindles a new relationship.
After discovering rogue bears near their homesite, the Brown boys are tasked with securing defenses. When Billy falls ill, the kids are left to fend for themselves and finish building a raft to move lumber.
The boat deploys on its maiden voyage, but the weather causes it to face many challenges. Meanwhile, Noah contemplates marriage as he introduces Christi to the family.
The Brown's acquire their first official job for the hauling business. Unfortunately, major issues arise causing them to scramble to complete the delivery of their cargo.