When a tundra bush pilot crashes his plane, his 14 year-old son and his 12 year-old daughter take on the beautiful but harsh Alaskan wilderness to rescue their missing father.
Otto notices he has a massive buildup of human waste in his outhouse.
Atz and Atz Lee offer a lesson on yodeling.
While attempting to dig a new hole for his outhouse, Otto brings in an excavator that struggles to move on the ice.
Eve keeps up the morning routine of milking her goat.
Atz Lee and Jane have themselves a picnic of mussels on the beach.
In this scene from Season 1, it's extremely hard for Otto Kilcher to ask his son Ivan to butcher a cow that's been with the family for the past 17 years. However, he believes it's important to teach his kids the process of birth to death.
In this scene from Season 1, to ensure their survival through the winter, the Kilchers must accomplish three things during the short Alaskan summer - winterize their homes, stockpile fuel for heat and secure enough food for themselves and their a ...
In this scene from Season 1, the Kilcher family settled in an isolated community outside of Homer, Alaska 80 years ago, seeking a more free and simple way of life. They live completely off the grid, with no running water and no electricity - and ...
In this scene from Season 1, while cooking a steak dinner, the Kilcher family discusses why they have a greater appreciation than most people for the meat they consume.
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