Heather looks back at the times when she didn't fit in, and describes how she ultimately found her perfect place.
After losing a close friend, Tom has to contend with the deepest questions of the soul.
Jim gets involved in a group with good intentions that ultimately turns dangerous.
Armida describes the profound experiences that led her to a place where she belongs.
Rosa, who is in sanctuary at the Mancos United Methodist Church while facing deportation, shares her poems of "belonging".
Gabriel's dad points him towards an identity he has only imagined in childhood fantasies.
Mary finds herself in a jail cell, facing a grim and uncertain future.
Sue experiences some beautiful coincidences while taking her parent's ashes home.
After running away from home, Lille finally finds a family where she belongs.
While serving in the Alaska Army National Guard, John and his crew transport a snow groomer onto a glacier using a Blackhawk helicopter.
Claudia sees one of the most rare sights on earth during one of the saddest moments in her life.
Cracker Jack Box storyteller Tom Penn searches for big waves to surf while in Mexico, and he finds them.
Brad explains his long and beautiful relationship with water, and how it taught him to let go.
Beverly and her friends and family have to take refuge during a huge winter storm on Red Mountain Pass.
Cracker Jack Box storyteller Tyler VanGemert describes his hopeful encounter with a moose while canoeing in Canada.
Nico tries to have a snack in his kayak, discovers a piece of his past in the Utah desert, and finds his home in the mountains.
Katrina decides to hike from Durango to Silverton, Colorado by following the waterways and eating wild foods along the way.
David describes growing up in Silverton, Colorado and adventures at his favorite swimming hole.
Kim and her crew decide to take one last run while heli-skiing in Valdez, Alaska.
Gretchen describes how the immigrant laborers who worked in the cherry orchards of her hometown shaped her view of people, and the borders that separate us.