Season 3

On the Water: Episode 1

Matt and Jessica hunt for a live-aboard boat big enough for their growing family while former Broncos kicker Jason Elam and his wife Tammy look for a private island home big enough for their family of seven.

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Cabin Fever

Ernie and his whole family love to hunt. They have a cabin with no running water or electricity but they want to upgrade in time for the moose-hunting season. Robert and Kristen’s family enjoys fishing and they are looking for a cabin on Kachemak Bay.

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Tiny Homes

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Access by Air

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Remote Locations

A couple of outdoor enthusiasts attempt to find a home in the secluded coves of Alaska's Kachemak Bay.

Where Are They Now?: Bud and Susan

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Where Are They Now?: Ernie and Kim

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31 :03x01 - Cabin Upgrade

Todd and Kristy have been living in a dry cabin in Talkeetna, Alaska for over a decade. Now that their two sons are getting older, they need to upgrade to a bigger home, one that has running water and electricity. Will a new location mean a new lifestyle?

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32 :03x02 - Flip Flops to Snowshoes

Florida natives Michael and Miranda have just moved to Alaska. Life in the Last Frontier will be nothing like what they left behind in the Sunshine State and they’ll miss the sunny beach, but they’re up for the adventure.

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33 :03x03 - Log Homes and Saloons

Adventurous couple, James and Erin, has been living in Anchorage for the past decade. Now that their son, Owen, is older they’re looking to make the remote outpost of Talkeetna a full time home.

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34 :03x04 - ATV Required

Eric and Amanda are ready to buy their very first home in one of their favorite places to visit – Talkeetna, Alaska. But as newlyweds, every penny counts so they might have to go the extra mile – even if that means traveling off the road.

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35 :03x05 - Growing Up Alaska

A couple want to move to Alaska from above a gym in Fairbanks.

36 :03x06 - Rocks to Riches

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37 :03x07 - Timber Homes

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38 :03x08 - Frontier Comfort

Fairbanks natives Dave and Penny want to get out of town and find a home on the river where they can enjoy their favorite outdoor activities like snow machining, fishing, and riding ATVs.

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39 :03x09 - Mountain Homes and Domes

Having traveled all over Alaska, a couple become determined to buy a home in the hillside town of Eagle River.

40 :03x10 - Tundra Town

Arizona natives leave the desert in Phoenix to move to the remote tundra of Alaska.

41 :03x11 - Waterfront Wilderness

The Mat-Su Valley has the rivers and lakes a native Alaskan like Thane dreams of. His wife Rose moved from Guam to Alaska. This unlikely couple lives off the land: hunting, fishing, and gardening and want a house where they can live Alaskan Lifestyle.

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42 :03x12 - Alaskan Beach Town

There aren’t any palm trees or tropical ocean breezes in the 49th state, but you can still live a beach life style on one of Alaska’s 3 million lakes. Dave and Elena are ready to find their dream Alaskan beach home.

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42 :03x13 - Kenai Islands

A couple want to move from a rented property on the Kenai River to a home on a island.

43 :03x14 - Lakes of the Last Frontier

A couple look for a home in Glennallen, Alaska after spending time living in a crowded bed and breakfast.

45 :03x16 - Homer Improvement

A couple who live in a dry cabin want to upgrade to a home with running water.

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46 :03x17 - Kenai Kabins

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47 :03x18 - Pilot's Paradise

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48 :03x19 - Frontier City

Roland and Tiffany live in Alaska’s biggest city, Anchorage. But the non-stop, fast-paced lifestyle is getting to be too much for their big family. They want a home within 30 minutes of downtown where they can still escape into the wilderness.

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49 :03x20 - Million Air

Wes and Angela own an air taxi company in Alaska. He flies the plane and she runs the office. They want to land a million dollar dream home and can fly anywhere in the state to find it. But if they can’t agree on the location, their search may be grounded.

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50 :03x21 - Big Wheels and Big Deals

A couple with a huge truck and a small home want to move to a new property close to Big Lake, Alaska.

51 :03x22 - Trailblazers

An ATV mechanic and his girlfriend attempt to find a home close to Alaska's backwoods trails.

52 :03x23 - Glacier City

A couple attempt to find the perfect rustic home.

53 :03x24 - Dog Mushing Millionaires

A couple hope to find a million-dollar property in the Alaskan city.

54 :03x25 - Secret City

Unless you're flying over Alaska's isolated village of Seldovia, you may not even know it exists. Pilot Jaime and his girlfriend Dusty take to the sky to find their own piece of this remote town on a tight budget of $125,000.

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55 :03x26 - Treehouse Tour

Newlyweds with a budget of $150,000 hope to buy a home in Homer, Alaska.

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56 :03x27 - Escape from Juneau

John and Elise are newlyweds living in downtown Juneau, the busiest cruise ship port in Alaska. They're looking to escape the crowds and land a property where they can relax.

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57 :03x28 - Gold Town

River guides, Brian and Alisa, want to put their adventurous lifestyle to the test by looking at some remote wilderness cabins in Haines, the adventure capital of Alaska.

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58 :03x29 - Fishy Business

In the small fishing village of Haines, Harry and Genny are looking to move away from their neighbor - Harry's fish cannery business. To escape the smell, they'll search far and wide, from handmade log homes, to a remote island!

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59 :03x30 - Rainforest Cabins

A couple look for a home in Juneau where their young child can have more space.
Type: Documentary
Genres: Educational, Family, How To/Do It Yourself, Outdoors/Wildlife
Status: Returning Series
Airs: Sundays at 02:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: October 21, 2012
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