One half of the team restores a huge log cabin at the Boneyard, the other half teaches some young men how to build a cabin in Tennessee. Meanwhile, Mark scouts a cabin built with pine logs, and the guys visit a shop filled with old-time treasures.
The Barnwood Builders create a timber frame barn for a private collection of American muscle cars in Columbus, Texas. Mark visits one of the biggest barns he's ever seen, finds the oldest live oak tree in the state and explores some local history.
The Barnwood Builders score a major salvage from a barn near one of America's oldest pine forests in Brookville, Pennsylvania. Later, Mark and Sherman visit a local mill that turns reclaimed wood into spectacular products and Mark finds a perfect example of a hand-painted barnwood billboard.
The Barnwood Builders head back to Brookville, Pennsylvania, to save the frame of a bank barn that sits dangerously close to a road. Then, Mark visits an old log lodge resort and scouts an amazing timber frame barn built in 1895.
A couple enlists the crew to build a log chapel which will be used as a venue for weddings in Waynesboro, Virginia. Later, Mark tours an old Texas church and visits a 1795 log-built bed and breakfast where they famously make pickles on the side.