The Hailstones pull together to build a footbridge. Meanwhile, Jessie goes fishing while looking out for some good spruce trees and Ricko has his children over to stay plus an extra surprise guest.
Hailstones pull together to fix their fishing net. Sue rushes to clear away a stream gathered on the surface of the airstrip runway and Jessie goes in search of some good wood to make a raft.
Sue goes adventuring for a bucket load of coal. The Hailstones sail back to Kiwalik with a string of new boats. Jessie chops down some trees to get him through the winter and Ricko lines out some fishing nets.
Andy returns home to pick up the pieces. Jessie must harvest salmon before the close of the fishing season. Sue searches the local waterways for winter food and the Hailstones gather key resources.
Alaskans harvest the last of summer's bounty; Sue Aikens tracks a lone predator; the Hailstones are presented with a key resource; Andy Bassich races the clock to provide food for himself and his sled dogs.
Alaskans scramble to secure provisions before winter; Andy Bassich must secure clean water to grow vital crops; Sue Aikens stalks a herd of caribou; Jessie Holmes returns to a familiar area to hunt a dangerous predator.
At the edge of the warm season, Alaskans prepare to pay winter's cost; Ricko DeWilde heads out on a proxy moose hunt to aid a village elder; Sue Aikens builds an arctic entryway; Jessie Holmes works to finish his dream cabin before conditions worsen.