Jenny and Nathan head to Waimanalo, Oahu, to build a country-themed yurt on a horse ranch for a couple moving out of their apartment. They struggle with new firsts, including building curved interior walls and molding galvanized aluminum.
A young couple gets creative designing a yurt with modular features. They pull out all the stops to give each piece its own unique design, using everything from beach glass and colored epoxy to a mattress and a turkey carver.
A hula instructor and a drum maker look to build a yurt on their Oahu property. Rain and mud slow the build down, and Nathan and Jenny fight against the clock and the elements to complete the yurt on time.