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.
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.
Shallon's fondest memories from her childhood were of growing up in Alaska, and she always hoped she'd be able to bring her children there. So when she and Daniel got married, she started planting the seed, or as Daniel says, Brainwashing, him. After finishing her pediatric residency in Pittsburgh, Shallon was offered a job at a hospital in Fairbanks. Now they are on their way to make the dream happen for the whole family.
Kristine and Eric Bailey have moved eight times in the past eight years for their jobs in the military. When they got the call that they were finally being transferred to their #1 dream location of Alaska, they were ecstatic! The couple packed up their four kids and made the 4300-mile drive from Delaware to Eagle River. This family of six is ready to enjoy the great outdoor adventures of Alaska, but first they have to find their dream home. Kristine's caveat: the house must have a picturesque view.
Living in Alaska was never a dream for the Eames, but when Wendell got a job offer from a hospital in Fairbanks, he knew the only person he needed to convince was his wife, Juliet. With all the beauty and fun the state presents, it wasn't a hard sell. The couple knew it would be an amazing place to raise their five kids. So they packed everything up and headed north, to start their adventure in the Last Frontier.
USAF SSGs Lucas and Heidi Wacker hit the lottery when when they got their orders and saw it was Anchorage. After cramming all of their things in a 30-foot trailer, the move to the Last Frontier proved to be a challenge.
Aviators Chris McKnight and Rebecca Brown are trading their Rocky Mountain high for the elevations of Denali. Their aspirations came with a caveat, in lieu of an engagement ring, Rebecca wants a hanger home complete with a plane.
Life is the adventure that you make it. For Gale Forrest, her new life in Alaska began by losing 150 pounds, getting a dog and making the journey to the Last Frontier. Adventure awaits her as she embarks on a new life in Alaska.
Derek and Sherrie Betts are eager to find their family a home and start their new life in Alaska. Derek wants a place that's up close and personal with nature, but Sherrie is absolutely terrified of bears.
Mike and Megan Hajworonsky love the outdoors and all the adventure that nature brings. Mike wants to be able to hunt from their backyard and a workshop. Megan wants to feel secluded but still have a reasonable commute to work.
A couple wants nothing more than to raise their kids -- and maybe some chickens -- in Ketchikan, Alaska.
Sick of living in a cramped RV, a young family is beyond ready to find a spacious home in Wasilla, Alaska.
Sick of living apart, Kris Harrison, a Texas boy, and Jenny Zeszutko, a Chicago girl, are packing up and setting their sights on Eagle River in the Last Frontier to start a new life together.