Mark Bowe and the guys travel to Abingdon, Virginia, to take down a farmhouse that Mark bought sight unseen. The house is really a 200 year-old log cabin covered by layers of siding and overgrowth. As they strip away each layer, the news gets better. They salvage the incredible hand-hewn timbers underneath.
The crew travels to the Show Me State -- Missouri -- to take down and rebuild a historic 170-year-old cabin. Sherman leads the guys in converting this cabin into a guesthouse for kindred spirit client, Mark Perry. Meanwhile, Mark Bowe drums up business west of the Mississippi. The guys work in weather extremes to turn the cabin's frown upside down.
Mark Bowe and the guys work in downtown Lewisburg, West Virginia, to raise a massive timber frame as the new shelter for the Lewisburg farmers market. The 200-year-old logs prove to be a challenge when the builders begin to raise the bents.
Mark Bowe and the guys head to Johnny Jett's hometown in Kentucky to build a log chapel. First they reclaim a stained-glass window from a deteriorating 100-year-old church. Then they build the chapel and install the window.
Mark Bowe and the guys travel to Jane Lew, West Virginia, to salvage the wood from a 120-year-old cattle barn that is slated for demolition. The site is so wet they have to build their own road just to get to the barn. The rare, wide plank boards end up in living rooms, man-caves and outdoor projects all over Jane Lew.
Mark Bowe and the guys travel to the heart of West Virginia to salvage incredibly rare 170-year-old logs from a perfectly preserved log home. The pressure is on to keep these logs pristine as they take them down.
Mark Bowe and his crew volunteer to help a Boy Scout troop build a new lodge out of their old lodge. Mark and the guys have a lot to teach the boys about pioneer life, and the boys' determination gives the crew hope for the future.
Mark Bowe and the guys make a rare trip north to dismantle an enormous, 200-year-old barn. This New England-style barn is unlike any one they have ever taken down. The barn is so big it takes extra hands to get the barnwood down and a crane to lift out the valuable beams.
Mark Bowe and the guys are in Pipestem, West Virginia, to rebuild a log cabin that has been in the Brown family since 1856. They use original logs from the cabin, old logs from a nearby barn and new logs from a local saw mill. They team up with a local crew called The Good Ole Boys to turn all these logs into a home that will last for generations to come.
Mark Bowe and the guys save a log cabin from an old Virginia tobacco farm and to turn it into a tasting room for a local distillery. Their client takes the opportunity to go to "Barnwood School." He works alongside Mark and the guys so he can pass these skills on to others.
Mark Bowe and the guys go beyond the call of duty to save the last cabin from the old town of Roanoke, West Virginia. The Fox Sisters show up to watch their father's boyhood home get moved to a local four-diamond resort, and when the job is complete, the community comes out in full force to celebrate the new cabin.
Mark Bowe and the guys save the logs from a fire-damaged home in West Virginia. Mark promises the family who sold him the cabin that he will honor their history, and he calls it "Grandma's Cabin." Once the logs are salvaged, the crew rebuilds Grandma's Cabin in the boneyard for a client in Montana.
Mark Bowe and the guys get to work on a huge log home in the Blue Ridge Mountains. To make the unique design work, they even create a new kind of notch and work with a team of local craftsmen.