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DVDs:Adventure and Exploration:The Pioneers 2-DVD-R Set
As seen on the National Geographic Channel.
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The Pioneers 2-DVD-R Set

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Follow four couples of pioneer descent, as they leave behind their 21st century lives and establish a homestead on the vast South Dakota prairie. Supplied with a horse drawn covered wagon, tents, tools, and limited provisions, the pioneers face unforeseen obstacles as they set out on their journey. Together, they push themselves to the limits and see if they can truly measure up to the family legacies they so revere.

Contains: Hitting the Trail, Westward Ho!, Full settle Jacket, The Storm, Down But Not Out, andThe Last Stand

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  • 2 discs; 270 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • TV-PG
  • © 2014

Title List

  • Hitting the Trail
  • Westward Ho!
  • Full settle Jacket
  • The Storm
  • Down But Not Out
  • The Last Stand



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Show was a joke; real city slickers

By Native Texan Traveler

from Mansfield, TX

Comments about The Pioneers 2-DVD-R Set:

One couple supposedly had experience hunting and using guns. However, nobody seemed to have any common sense. Examples: they left the cover of the wagon to ride out the rain storm in the open?; the wagon with all their supplies was left in a low area which destroyed many supplies; nobody ever looked dirty after days living off the land; they were told by the Native Americans never to leave a fire unattended in the teepe but the pioneers did, etc., etc., etc.,

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