In 2008, a tornado swept through Tom Cook’s home, killing his wife. Distraught, he moved with his daughter to Joplin, Mo., where he bought a new house – and a steel shelter. When a tornado came three years later, they were prepared.
As investigators try to determine what happened to the nineteen firefighters who died near Yarnell, Arizona, we remember the Mann Gulch canyon wall fire of 1949. Smokejumper Bob Sallee is now the lone survivor of that fire, which burned 4,500 acres in Montana.
Clive Farrin is a lobsterman who has lived his whole life in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. He loves being on the water and the independence of fishing. Like other lobstermen, Clive is struggling to pay his bills, but he's determined not to give up on the job he loves. Also in this show: inside a mortgage call center.
Deb Burgess operates what's thought to be the last pack station of its kind in the United States. Deb bought the business 4 years ago - and here's what she does: she saddles mules and donkeys and uses them to deliver goods to folks in the San Gabriel Mountains in Southern California.