Shelley and David Waite are headed back to the place they first fell in love. After some time inFlorida for a family health concern, they are heading back to the place they wanted to call home. But what seemed like an easy choice is proving to be a bit more complicated then they thought. As avid outdoorsmen, they're looking for a rustic cabin but - as a modern couple - having pizza delivered has its perks as well.
Close to becoming empty nesters, Lisa and Dave Dewyngaert have decided to take the plunge and make the move from their home in New Hampshire to Palmer. Never having lived outside of the state (or even his childhood home), Dave is ready for a change of scenery and a slower pace. Lisa is excited to live in the wilderness and see wildlife right outside her front door. This couple is itching to unplug and embrace all the adventures of the Last Frontier.
Nathan and Monica Matlock decide to make the big move from Minnesota to Alaska. Both avid outdoor adventurers, they are extremely excited for this new life and hope to find a place close to fishing, hunting and hiking areas, and a home big enough to start a family. And Nathan's already started growing the Alaskan Bushman Beard to fit in with the locals.
Brian and Jaime Landrum, with their 5 adorable children in tow, move to the remote village of Galena, Alaska to pursue a life of freedom and exploration; and to better connect as a family. Galena is in the center of the Alaskan interior and is one of the more remote places in the United States, being 300 miles from the nearest road. With the help of Galena's Mayor, Jon Korta, the couple searches for their Alaskan dream home.
Though Marius' work as a neurosurgeon is taking him to Alaska; he's dreamed of living in the Last Frontier since he was a young boy. Lucy has always lived in warm climates all over the world, and has never even seen snow before! Both pilots, this couple is excited to get up in the air and take in all the state has to offer. But first, they have to find a property with enough land for their falcons, their 14 rescue dogs, AND that's within 30 minutes of the Anchorage hospitals Marius oversees.
Megan and Mike Hajworonsky love the outdoors and all the adventure that nature brings. Mike wants to be able to hunt from their backyard, and a shop to store and work on his Alaskan toys. Megan wants to feel secluded, but still have a reasonable commute to work. The mission for this awesome military family? Find a home that fits all their wants and needs so they can get settled and get outside!
Busy executives Todd and Carrie Otte believe that Southeast Alaska is the perfect place for a vacation home where they can totally unplug from the rat race. These city slickers have enlisted the help of their friend and local real estate agent, Travis Vaughan to help them find a scenic property in Alaska's First City, Sitka.
Newlyweds Rayette and Angel Casiano cannot wait to begin their Alaskan adventure. This self-proclaimed modern day Brady Bunch couple, with their six kids ranging in age from 12-19, weren't necessarily looking for destiny when it found them. Disguised as a job opportunity for physician Rayette, they quickly realized this was the perfect excuse to start over as a family. To build the home they wanted together. And the kids are beyond excited to be leaving behind their shared bedrooms and small town, for the shot at their own rooms and, what could be better, a Walmart right around the corner.
After vacationing in Alaska for the past decade, Marja and Chris Hammershoy are ready to call the magical Last Frontier home, but it won't be easy. A whopping 12-hour flight from their current place in bustling Connecticut, they're looking for their Shangri-La in Halibut Cove. This island off the Kenai Peninsula is only accessible by plane or boat. And with a full-time population of only 76, there are no roads, no convenience stores, and residents get their mail from one of the only floating post offices in the world! They'll have to move fast if they want to grab one of the few waterfront listings that have just come on the market.
After losing their beloved father and brother, the Phares family decided life was too short to stay stagnant. Inspired to honor their loved ones and live life to the fullest, they are packing up their belongings and making the move from Ohio to the Kenai area in Alaska. Bring on the Last Frontier!
Jack and his wife Brianna are leaving Seattle and putting down roots in South Anchorage. The couple loves exploring the outdoors and he's especially excited to teach his son all the activities he did growing up in Juneau. An aspiring floatplane pilot, Jack wants to find a house on a lake so he can park his plane right outside the back door and take his family on remote Alaskan adventures. She, however, wants a traditional log home with a large kitchen and epic views near hiking trails. Their budget will allow them many choices, but will they find a place that has it all?
Texas newlyweds are ready to trade city living in Houston for the rugged landscape and crisp air of Girdwood, Alaska. They both want their first home to have income potential, spectacular mountain views and a yard for their French bulldog, Harry. But while she wants a house with a modern feel, he wants something more rustic with a big garage for new Alaskan outdoor toys. With a budget of $500,000, they look at everything from a house with breathtaking mountain views to one that's so close to the local ski resort they can see the ski runs from the living room.