Don shoots the rapids and mucks out pig stalls in North Carolina, learns the secrets of bull riding in Texas, and stakes out early casino security in old school Las Vegas.
Don heads to the US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, NC, to take a boat maneuvering course. He learns first-hand what type of training is required to master the diverse hazards that might occur on a real wild river.
Don kayaks the rapids at the US National Whitewater Center with rafting expert Michal.
Don makes the rounds feeding and cleaning up after 8,000 hogs at Butler Farms in North Carolina.
Don and the crew shoot at the Port of Long Beach; it's the second-busiest seaport in the US.
Don meets with Port of Long Beach media relations manager John to learn more about the day-to-day operations of the port.
Items such as clothing, shoes, toys, furniture and consumer electronics arrive at the port before making their way to store shelves around the country.
Don gets his cowboy on as he prepares for the Stockyards Championship rodeo in Fort Worth, TX.
Don meets with the Stockyards Championship Rodeo's director of operations Dee Dee Wix to discuss its history.
Don visits Las Vegas’ first casino, the Golden Gate, which opened in 1906. He gets special access to explore the historical remains of its once "hi-tech" 2-way mirror security surveillance system.
Don is inspired to climb up the Golden Gate casino’s neon sign.