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SaraJane and her four daughters from Southern California pool their savings and head to Alaska in an attempt to reopen their deceased Grandfather's gold mines, one in Nome and another 500 miles away in Fairbanks. Working side by side with grizzled Alaskan mining crews, SJ and her daughters face everything Alaska has to offer, and then some. In a race against the season-ending winter, the women push to secure a return on their investment, as well as a renewal of their family legacy.
In an effort to reopen the family gold mines, SJ and her daughters pool their savings and head to the family's land in Nome. The women begin work with a grizzled crew of miners in hope of striking it rich and keeping their family's legacy alive.
As severe weather hits Gold Run, tempers erupt and trust issues arise between the women and their miners. If there is any hope of a successful mining operation, the team must confront their problems head-on.
SJ determines that it's time to double-down and head to Fairbanks, entrusting the operation at Gold Run to John and his men. Upon arriving in Fairbanks, the women are met with an entirely new set of miners and challenges.
Following success at Fairbanks the women return to Gold Run, where a power struggle erupts between SJ and John over mining locations. With the season's end looming, pressure mounts to find gold.
With the team working a good pay streak at Gold Run, things are looking up. But when storms approach, everyone is forced to evacuate camp. The early end to mining forces the women to resort to desperate measures for a return on their investment.
The team returns to Fairbanks after escaping the storms at Gold Run. In the final week of the season, it's a race to the finish to find gold. But with plummeting temperatures slowing work, will they find enough gold to afford to return next year?
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