|Episode credited cast:|
|Denny Heide||Narrator (Brazil)|
|Harvey Kitka||Subsistence herring egg harvester|
actor Nicholas Tennant
Mark Warner and Emily Padfield caught their food and survived among bears to beat five pairs on Win The Wilderness. Their prize was the solar-powered hideaway which Duane and Rena Ose spent 35 years building.
What are the ‘ Win the Wilderness ‘ winners now up to? It’s been nearly a year since Mark Warner and Emily Padfield won Win the Wilderness , and the good news is the two are still together, and yes, they really do own the property in Alaska .
Today, the Oses live in a small city called Redwood Falls in Minnesota. Duane and Rena Ose moved to the city and to their new-life in September of 2019, after successfully passing on Ose Mountains legacy. Apparently, Duane is currently working on another book about life in Alaska .
“In the depths of Alaska, 100 miles from the nearest road, six British couples risk it all to win an extraordinary wilderness home.” “He and Rena were paid six figures,” Hansen said. “They got more money than they were ever going to get out of the cabin by selling it.”
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Mark and Emily are currently not on Ose Mountain in Alaska but are stuck in England. Since spring is an important and busy time for them on their sheep and lamb farm, the couple had headed back to their homeland.
At the end of Win the Wilderness, Duane and Rena handed over the keys to Ose Mountain to winners Emily and Mark, after three decades of managing it. This was back in May 2019.