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The most unique log homes on earth are custom built by master log-smiths in the small town of Williams Lake, British Columbia. Each one is handcrafted on site, then taken apart, shipped around the world, and reconstructed wherever the client wants. No one else can do it like the boys at Pioneer Log Homes. They are "Timber Kings".
Beat takes on one of the most perilous builds of his career, a luxury twin-turreted vacation home on the edge of 100-foot cliff. Meanwhile, Joel travels to Moscow to teach Russian carpenters how to finish a log mansion Pioneer-style. And it's sink or swim for Peter tackling local river rapids on his rickety handmade raft.
In Alberta, Beat is tasked with building one man's dream home on the picturesque farmland where he grew up. Meanwhile, Joel must pull out the stops to deliver on a wealthy client's last minute requests, including a giant walk through tree and elaborate totem pole. And Peter brings his favorite crane operator back from maternity leave to help judge Pioneer's first crane competition.
A reluctant Joel joins forces with his wife to construct a backyard obstacle course that he hopes will prepare them for one Tough Mudder of a race. Meanwhile, Beat battles torrential rains, swollen logs and a mud mired build site to create a high-end cottage on a Minnesota lake. And Peter builds a gazebo for his favorite 88-year old – a prized 1927 tractor.
Peter helps restore a Manitoba couple's love for logs by building a home to replace the one they tragically lost to fire. Meanwhile, the renovation of a neighborhood bar nearly drives Bryan Jr. to drink. And Andre and Joel create a kid's play-palace at the local hospital in honor of Andre's late daughter.
Bryan Jr. whips up an outdoor kitchen before hitting the beach in search of the ultimate driftwood bar. Meanwhile, Peter heads to northern Saskatchewan to build a lakeside vacation home with the help of his young son and a spunky female apprentice. And Andre helps a musical band of brothers build a sign for the locale for their concert.
Joel takes on the mother of all builds – a 20,000-sq./ft. Pennsylvania mansion complete with walk through tree, hand-carved totem pole and 3-story spiral log staircase. Meanwhile, Peter travels to the historic gold rush town of Barkerville, BC to build a mining shaft house authentic enough to make even the crustiest prospector proud.
Peter may have met his match when he builds a mountainside ski cabin for a client experienced in log-home building. Meanwhile, Beat and Andre construct a deluxe viewing platform at the local racetrack in exchange for Motocross lessons from a hometown hero. And Bryan Jr. creates the kind of tree fort he'd wished for as a kid.
Beat builds a lottery winner's 7,000-sq.ft. dream home in northern Alberta. Meanwhile, Peter must beg, borrow and steal to deliver on two high profile entryways for Canada's Winter Games. And Joel goes looking for logs, but finds himself on a crash course to drive the biggest logging machines he's ever seen.
Beat battles a stuck truck in the middle of the night, then builds in darkness to meet his deadline on a home in northern Ontario. Meanwhile, Andre and Joel create an indoor gazebo to house a hardware store's hunting and fishing department, only to discover the forklift they'll need to finish the build doesn't fit through the store's bay door. And Peter goes all out an outhouse fit for a King.
Joel pinch hits in Oregon, by building a home he's never seen before using a crane he hopes he'll never see again. Meanwhile, Jr. travels to northern Saskatchewan to replace a cabin that burned to the ground months earlier. And Peter and Beat compete to see who can build the fastest and, as it turns out, ugliest log dummy on skis for the local Troll Mountain Downhill Dummy Race.
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