Season 1, Episode 3

Preparing for the Elements: tensions mount as monsoons cause complications and delays.

The sub floor is in, and the timbers are up, but the Colorado monsoons are in full force, causing complications and delays. Walls and roof have to go up before the Colorado snow comes, and Greg Krom and his team are working with unfamiliar building elements—SIPs, highly insulated, structural panel for the walls and roof. To break the tension, Chris Dorsey takes the crew fishing. Dorsey talks about reclaimed beetle damaged wood, which is being used for the locker room. The wood represents Dorsey's commitment to wildlife conservation, which is echoed in the paintings of artists such as John Banovich, which will fill the finished lodge.
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