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First episode of Timber Kings airs Sunday

The Timber Kings is a great new series for the Home and Garden Television Network featuring the men behind Pioneer Log Homes and the work they do to build log homes around the world. The series airs this Sunday evening. - Photo submitted
The Timber Kings is a great new series for the Home and Garden Television Network featuring the men behind Pioneer Log Homes and the work they do to build log homes around the world. The series airs this Sunday evening.
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The City of Williams Lake proudly invites the community to watch the very first episode of the new television show Timber Kings this (and every) Sunday, Jan. 5 on HGTV starting at 10 p.m.

The series is filmed right here in Williams Lake and our friends and neighbours will be on television for the hour, reports the city.

Joel wrecks an 18-wheeler during a winter build in Ontario; Beat and André sell a thousand year old tree to an eccentric Arkansas millionaire; and Peter pushes Bryan Jr. to the breaking point in a fight for new equipment.

Good luck Pioneer Log Homes!

 

 

 

 

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