In an enhanced episode, a custom tree house is built for a family in Sunnyside, Wash., that sits on the trunk of an oak tree, and features a slide and monkey bars for three children—and their future sibling. Also: John teaches his niece how to carve a Polynesian mask with a chainsaw.
Three replicas of ships that sank in the Great Lakes are built for the Marine Museum of the Great Lakes in Ontario, a process that involves flying the disassembled pieces from California to Canada and lowering them through the roof with a crane. Meanwhile, John prepares for an unveiling of a sculpture at an upscale Los Angeles gallery.
In an enhanced episode, a dungeon attraction is constructed in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf that celebrates 200 years of the city's history with an interactive journey through nine rooms depicting noteworthy locations and notorious characters. Also: A 3000-year-old time-line log is installed at a wild animal park in Huntsville, Ala.
In an enhanced episode, California's Gold Rush is commemorated on a farmer's property with a design that features a waterwheel and a stamp mill. Also: A cottage for rescued ducks is built for an animal lover.
Twin brothers in California use reclaimed pieces of redwood trees for one-of-a-kind creations in this series, which begins with a pirate-theme tree house in San Diego that features a crow's nest, cannons and daggers. Also: A California brewery gets a drinking table with a cross section from a 1500-year-old sequoia.
Because it's never too early to plan Thursday night... two months from now.