Bobby and his crew hustle to finish the Church Tract and prepare to move to their next location which is far from home. But rookie mistakes and unforeseen complications drive Goodson's All-Terrain towards the brink of disaster.
Goodson's All Terrain lands on what seems to be the perfect tract, but the crew is plagued by breakdowns and delays, jeopardizing their load counts and straining team chemistry. Meanwhile, Joy's health takes an unexpected turn.
The future of Goodson's All Terrain hangs in the balance as the crew struggles at the Lennon Tract. Hampered by costly mistakes and mounting pressure, Bobby must figure out how to turn things around before he runs out of time and money.
The crew starts at the new Lennon tract, but it's far from perfect. Faced with bad wood and longer hauls, the crew fights amongst themselves and struggles to keep their morale up. Meanwhile, Bobby helps a community devastated by a recent tornado.
The pulp mill shut down puts the Goodson crew to the test. As pressure mounts, the truckers clash over stolen loads and Bobby becomes stuck in the middle. Then, Dave works to redeem his BBQ cooking reputation at a pig roast competition.
As conditions on Buckle tract improve, Bobby takes a trip to Las Vegas to purchase new equipment. But upon his return, rain wreaks havoc on the truck roads and growing concerns that the crew is gambling with their health forces Bobby to take action.
Goodson's All-Terrain loses a key member of the crew when Bo faces a life threatening illness and is put on a ventilator in the ICU. As the crew struggles to work with a man down, the logging family rallies the community for a benefit on his behalf.
As Goodson's All-Terrain winds down on one tract and prepares to move to another, Bobby's stress level rises when a permit snag threatens the move with a costly delay. Then a key member of the crew faces a medical emergency.
The wet weather leads to messy muddy roads with treacherous conditions, threatening the crew's ability to haul wood to the mills. Then, Bobby has to tear out a 300-foot long beaver dam that is backing up 100 acres of wooded area.
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