Barnwood Builders Season 16 Episodes
Season 16 Episode Guide
Episode 1 - Legendary Log Homes
The Barnwood Builders build a custom log guest home in Dandridge, Tennessee. As the cabin takes shape high in the hills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Mark visits one of the most famous log homes in the country. Johnny visits a candy store in Gatlinburg.
Episode 2 - Bigtime Barnwood
In Corry, Pennsylvania, the Barnwood Builders save one of the biggest barns they’ve ever seen. Along the way, Sherman shares farming stories with the barn owner, and Mark explores the nearby wetlands designed for conservation.
Episode 3 - Barnwood Living Pavilion
The Barnwood Builders are building a timber-frame pavilion behind their showroom. Mark wants to build these outdoor living structures as kits using a notching system. While Ryan cooks, Mark visits the Sheriff’s cabin in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Episode 4 - Fun on the Farm
The guys travel to West Alexander, Pennsylvania, the heart of farm country, to save a classic bank barn. Johnny visits a local farmer and her pasture-raised animals. And Mark drops by a local farmers' market to buy goodies for the crew.
Episode 5 - Modern Day Homestead
Mark and the guys create a rustic family gathering place in Franklin, Tennessee for a homeowner who loves 19th century hand-hewed craftsmanship. The property sits on a former horse farm that now serves as a dog rehabilitation camp.
Episode 6 - Barnwood Busy
The guys work on reviving a 19th century cabin they took down in Ripley, WV. For a break, they go to the state fair. Then they go to the Barnwood Living backlot, where they're challenged to make a 30-foot timber frame enclosure using only spare parts.
Episode 7 - Vacationland
The Barnwood Builders head to Carthage, Maine where they save a barn from the 1840s. As they uncover the craftsmanship of the old New England style barn, they have fun kayaking, canoeing, searching for crawdads and even enjoying some lobster rolls.
Episode 8 - Barnwood Village
Mark Bowe takes steps to realize his dream of building a small village of finished antique structures behind the showroom in White Sulphur Springs, WV. He and designer, Karen Tillery, focus on the first structure -- a cabin made of factory beams.
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