Mark and the guys reminisce about good times on and off the job. I was tired of the corporate life. Tim Rose, a Virginian who joined the team in 2006, worked for 10 years as an Air Force aircraft mechanic. You’ve got to be willing to work until the job is done, no matter how long it takes. When I’m not with these guys, I’m missing them. Tim: Alex is a lot smarter than he looks. GVQ: Are they going to let you play your banjo again on TV? Mark Bowe and his crew of master craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins, reusing the wood to create stunning, modern homes. GVQ: That window looked really heavy on TV. Jett and his friend Sherman Thompson had been dismantling log cabins and selling them, and they agreed to become Bowe’s suppliers. Team Barnwood July 19, 2020. Max: Our 8-year-old son helped me demolish some stone steps. I guess if they’ve seen the show they think you’re such a nice guy you won’t mind. Someone in Flemingsburg sent him to talk to one of the locals. Bettie Woodward grew up during Lewisburg’s golden age as a school town, when the two Greenbriers–Greenbrier College and Greenbrier Military School–anchored the educational and cultural life of the community. Tim: We work as a unit. How many buildings have you taken down or restored? Together, they build a huge double pen log cabin on a platform 13 feet off the ground. We felt really attached to the kids, and the families were so grateful. Alex: I’ve lost 20 pounds since I started. But if I had to pick a favorite I’d say the Boy Scout lodge. An Interview with with the famed interior designer and Dorothy Draper protege, A conversation with The Greenbrier's new president, After a trial by fire, the iconic Marlinton Depot is now alive with the arts, A conversation with Aaron and Monica Maxwell. But they’re nice guys, and viewers admire their work ethic and find their knowledge of the old pioneer buildings enlightening. We’ve got a line of tiny houses. Mark Bowe and his crew of West Virginia master craftsmen salvage antique barns and cabins, reusing the wood to create stunning, modern homes. GVQ: Alex, you’re relatively new to Barnwood. The show’s a good ride, but we know someday it’s going to end. Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Are you trying to pass the same lessons along to your own kids? We don’t hire people who aren’t nice. He’s been making a living running equipment his whole life. “I’m thinking about getting out of it.”. Go Behind the Scenes of 'Barnwood Builders', 25 Reclaimed Wood Projects the 'Barnwood Builders' Crew Would Love, 20 Fabulous Barns You'd Actually Want to Live In, Amazing Before-and-After Salvage Jobs from 'Barnwood Builders'. Sherman, you’re the chainsaw king. They’re part of the family, too. We don’t feel like anyone is the expert or the boss. Graham: I really don’t play very well, but I was surprised how good it sounded. Johnny: It’s helped us prosper, but if it hadn’t happened none of us would be out of work. I guess I’ve rescued a few lizards, too, before the buildings fell on them. Take a look and see what his team encounters along the way. Keanu Reeves makes a surprise stop in the Top 10. Sherman: The Boy Scout lodge in Pennsylvania. No reason to destroy wildlife if you can rescue it. The guys face a huge build in a family retreat previously featured during Season 2. Alex: I had two years of college at Columbus State University in Georgia. Then they find out what you’ve got to do. He can pick your teeth with a forklift. In addition to Jett, two other members of the crew have military backgrounds. The Barnwood Builders guys are the kind you want to have around if your furnace goes out in the middle of a snowstorm. Graham: Once in a while someone recognizes me and wants to know what we’ve been up to and where we’re working. The week turned into three months, and then it just kept going. Mark: The company’s been going for 20 years. That’s about it – you’ve got to have a good work ethic and be a kind human being. We have a No Assholes policy. For self-described hillbillies, they’re a pretty sophisticated bunch. He’s turned out to be an exceptional hand. Graham: My 13-year-old daughter helps with firewood, and in the garden. We loved interacting with the kids. Are you scared of heights? Is that the way it really is? Alex: I kept working and two months later I’m still waiting for Mark to let me know if I got the job. Graham: Tim and I are the bravest when it comes to dealing with snakes, so that’s why we end up handling them. There’s not an inexperienced person on the crew. I got right into the interview questions you’re never supposed to ask, like “Are you fat? © 2020 Discovery or its subsidiaries and affiliates. Jett is a Vietnam veteran who maintained the Fleming County, KY, water system for 25 years. One thing all seven have in common is growing up with hardworking fathers who taught them how to use their hands. Graham’s the youngest, but he’s not scared to take control of a job. © 2020 TV GUIDE, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. Alex: They used to call Graham the rookie. I told him he could go to the yard and work with the guys for a couple of days, and if they didn’t like him, we’d send him away with a paycheck and a handshake. Mark: Since everybody can do everything, we really don’t have a rookie. All rights reserved. Our Products.
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