The builders travel to Fredericksburg, Texas, to rebuild a special cabin they saved in Ohio. Mark Bowe checks out a wine bar built from a barn they saved in West Virginia, and he visits an extraordinary home built with log skins and reclaimed materials.
The Barnwood Builders save barnwood from a dangerous barn in Lewistown, PA. Mark Bowe scouts an old log cabin in Missouri, an amazing barn in New Hampshire and an extraordinary home in Texas. Alex and Tim visit the longest covered bridge in Pennsylvania.
The Barnwood Builders restore a cabin with major challenges, and Mark visits the finished log-skin mountain home designed by Karen Tillery. Also, Katherine works at the boneyard blacksmith shop while Alex makes a table from salvaged floorboards.
The Barnwood Builders save an exceptional log cabin as they help a local sheriff return to his family farm in Middlebourne, West Virginia. And in Alabama, Mark Bowe visits the finished lakeside cabin designed by Karen Tillery.
The crew takes the week off to build furniture, cut trees and plant gardens in their own backyards in West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Also, Mark Bowe visits the finished Catskill Cabin in Shawangunk, New York.
The team divides and conquers as half the crew builds a secluded hunting cabin in Guyton, GA, while the other half strips a pre-Civil War cabin in Monroe County, WV. Later, Mark Bowe visits an extraordinary round barn in Pennsylvania.