First, world-renowned filmmaker Dale Johnson has been making nature documentaries for decades, working with the likes of National Geographic and NASA. Johnson tells Bob and Kelli why he feels called to documentary filmmaking. Then, Bob and Kelli talk with Kyle DeLaughter who took over the 35 year-old family store in Maude, TX. Kyle reflects on old memories at DeLaughter’s Grocery, new additions, and why, ultimately, people keep coming back. Finally, historian Gary Pinkerton has dug up the tale of Trammel’s Trace, the first road connecting what would eventually be the state of Texas with the North. Bob and Kelli speak with Pinkerton about what it was like to restore such a significant piece of Texas history.