The Browns set up a small log shack for the boys, and a shower and outhouse for the girls. Appearing rusty, the boys have to prove to Rusty that they still have what it takes to make it in the bush.
Bears on the prowl interfere with the Browns' efforts to look for food in the woods. With supplies dangerously low, Birdy steps up and goes hunting on the bears' turf to provide for the family.
The Browns break ground on their remote land in Alaska. In the middle of floating the foundation pilings to their land, they are set back when a big storm hits. Matt, the oldest brother, creates his very own home.
The Browns move into their new home. Matt constructs a one-of-a-kind tire house, and celebrates his independence after living in the same house as the family for 32 years. Ami works with an Alaskan matchmaker to find mates for her five grown boys.
Matt and Noah attempt to bring electricity to Browntown. Billy and some of the boys make their way home on their newest boat.
The Browns come together to prepare for the winter while Ami nurses an injury. Bear stretches his legs as hunt leader while climbing up the alpine with Birdie and Gabe in search of deer.
After some time away, the Browns prepare to get Browntown back on track. Prospects are lean due to a skiff that's out of commission, leaving the family faced with a risky all-or-nothing haul as their only solution.
Noah, Billy and the rest of the Wolfpack embark on a variety of projects intended to repair and expand Browntown. Risky hauls, ambitious projects and new ventures make for an exciting, though busy, life for the Pack.