Survivorman & Son
The boundaries of real survival are tested the most when it involves family. Les and Logan are together again after a tragic illness that will prove the will of a young man to survive.
A father and son put themselves to the ultimate test of both their wilderness skill sets and their relationship as they explore what it takes to exist in the jungles of Ecuador and the deserts of Mongolia.
E1: SURVIVORMAN AND SON: TOFINO
Les and his 16-year-old son Logan find themselves trapped without supplies and without a way home while sea kayaking along the coastline of British Columbia. Staying hydrated, fed and warm takes on a whole new meaning with Logan by his side. Lack of food, unsafe water and inclement weather can wreck havoc on the body – let alone one’s mood. Logan’s better at video games than survival and better at hockey than starting a fire. Distraction can cause mistakes…and mistakes can be very costly.
E2: SURVIVORMAN AND SON: WABAKIMI
Les and Logan set out for a father/son fishing trip in a tin boat. Stranded after their motor dies, Les and Logan are quickly plunged into an intense survival situation that could happen to any summer cottager. This father/son team must work together to stay hydrated, secure food, make shelter and flag down a rescue plane. Les gets creative using bug spray as a fire-starter. Father/son dynamics effect his decision-making.