A returning client hires Ron and John to construct a ten-gun, camping-themed shooting gallery featuring dozens of dancing ducks, goofy prairie dogs and a heckling animatronic hillbilly bear for his flagship store.
Ron and John are commissioned to build an pirate-themed treehouse for a San Diego couple's grandchildren. Back home in Paso Robles, a popular local brewery hires the duo to create a drinking table from the cross-section of a 1,500-year-old Sequoia.
A farmer recruits Ron and John to build the ultimate roadside attraction for travelers. With a tight deadline, the duo designs an authentic millhouse that pays tribute to California's gold rush days.
The Daniels Wood Land team is commissioned to create a dungeon attraction in San Francisco's historic Fisherman's Wharf. Ron and John then rush off to Huntsville, AL, where they install a 3,000-year-old timeline log at a wild animal park.
Ron and John receive a call from the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Ontario, Canada. The museum wants three large-scale replicas of ships that sank in the Great Lakes during the previous three centuries.
The team is hired to build a custom treehouse for a family in Sunnyside, Washington. With three kids, including one with special needs and another on the way, their design must touch on a range of ages and personalities.
New facts are revealed as Ron and John build an elaborate playhouse for the daughters of wealthy customers from the Bay Area.