Don takes a cold, wet and dangerous ride into the past to see how the city's hardy pioneers paved the way for the city of Seattle.
Lying deep down in the frigid waters are remains of the steamboats that once shuttled Seattleites across Puget Sound. Don Wildman prepares to dive into the freezing water to explore the remains of the SS Burton.
Don Wildman and crew inside The Electron Hydroelectric Project, one of Washington state's oldest hydropower facilities designed in 1902.
An Off Limits crew member films from the halo outside the Space Needle, 520 above ground in Seattle.
Don Wildman stands outside the The Electron Hydroelectric Project, one of Washington state's oldest hydropower facilities, on the Puyallup River.
Don Wildman and expert, Gus Melonas, onboard a train to Stevens Pass, a mountain pass through Washington's Cascade Mountains.
Off Limits host, Don Wildman, visits The Electron Hydroelectric Project, one of Washington state's oldest hydropower facilities, and explores the "crookedest railway in the west."
Don Wildman films Off Limits in Washington's lush forests.