Operating out of Astoria, Oregon, no-nonsense, all-business Jay Browning started his company from the ground up. Logging is one of the most dangerous jobs on the planet, which Jay is more than aware of. He lost his hand in a logging accident and now wears a prosthetic, but prides himself on not accepting any of the workers' compensation checks that followed the ordeal. Taking handouts just isn't Jay's style.
This year, Browning Logging is looking for its next leader. Jay's natural successor is his son Jesse, but Jesse has yet to prove that he has what it takes to step into his old man's boots. As Jay's career winds down and the market approaches its lowest point yet, will Jesse prove himself capable of carrying on the family torch?