03:25 — Eivin and Eve bring Findlay to visit Eve's mother Dina, who lives in a cabin that's even more remote than the Kilcher's homestead.
02:14 — A beaver has been wreaking havoc around the Willard cabin. Atz Senior enlists a friend to help him trap the animal and prevent any further damage.
02:37 — Want to know how to rope yourself a critter? Listen in as Atz Sr gives Atz Lee and Eivin a lesson in using a lasso.
02:49 — Atz Lee leads the effort to build a new, fully functional homestead at the family's remote hunting cabin in the Alaskan backcountry.
02:40 — Atz Lee gives his wife Jane a lesson in fly fishing, which is a lot harder than it looks!
03:06 — In exchange for hay, Otto, Charlotte & Sunrise sail to Halibut Cove to ferry a friend's horses from the island back to the mainland.
02:29 — Atz Lee gets over his fear of horses by working closely with this father and saddling his first horse.
02:13 — Eivan and Otto gather materials to build a sauna for the whole family. Saunas have long been a Kilcher family tradition.
01:44 — Atz Lee and Jane's dogs are free range, but one dog named Tokyo has that dirty dog gene in spades. It's time for a bath!
02:23 — Atz Senior sings a new song he wrote after helping his son Atz Lee conquer his fear of horses called "Walking the Gentler Way.
01:19 — Jane Kilcher explains her knack for clubbing fish on the head.
01:14 — Jane Kilcher recalls the terrifying phone call when she learned that her husband Atz Lee had suffered a catastrophic hiking accident.
01:33 — Want to have some good quality family time? Try the Kilchers' time-honored family bonding activity: stick pickin!
02:23 — Otto and Charlotte discuss the wonderful benefits of having a homestead outhouse. That is, until Otto comes across a blue toilet!
02:38 — While Otto works on an indoor toilet, Charlotte is determined to fix up the homestead's existing outhouse.
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- Premiered: December 29, 2011
- Rating: TV-14
- Premise: Following the Kilcher family at their homestead in the remote community outside of Homer, Alaska. (more)
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