BJ and Tyler and Eric and Jeremy are right together on the way to Mirror Lake, so Eric and Jeremy pass. The teams are well, they're still right together as they jump out of their cars and run to the clue box. This is a Detour called Drill It or Deliver It. In Drill It, you drill ten holes (for ice fishing) into the ice with a couple of augurs. You then slide a big fishing shack over from the shore so that it covers at least two of your holes. In Deliver It, you load up with medical supplies and fly more than 150 miles round trip to deliver them. Uhhh...I'm thinking you take the ice? Because it's 150 miles? Maybe I don't understand how fast planes are. But BJ and Tyler think the delivering looks "fun," so they want to do that. Eric and Jeremy take the drilling. I suspect that BJ and Tyler are saved from yet another stupid mistake by yet another stroke of luck when they learn that the delivery plane can't fly right now because of the weather, so it's Drill It or nothing. Not really a Detour, so much, when one of the "cons" is "you can't do it."
The drilling begins, although no drilling will ever match the sequence in which Wil tried to drill (and hack, and burn, and stab) his way into that ice globe. Oh, man. Good times. The Choad Family shit-talks back and forth as they try to drill holes. You are no Wil, fellas.
Ray and Yolanda? Oh, they're lost. Yes, still. Yes, forever. Yes, it's permanent. Why do you ask? They get more directions. At least the directions aren't in Japanese now, not that I'm confident at this point that that's going to help as much as you'd think. In fact, I'm not sure it made a whit of difference in the end that Tyler knew some Japanese.
Eric and Jeremy finish the drilling first. They head over to pick up their fishing shack. "Oh, man, this is sucky," they say. Tyler starts the last hole for his team. As they head over for their shack, BJ and Tyler get their last hole drilled. Eric and Jeremy cover two holes with their shack (hee), and they pull a clue telling them to go to Kincaid Park and find the chalet, where they'll pick up snowshoes and poles. This is a 26-mile drive, unless you're Ray and Yolanda, in which case it is a 126-mile drive, counting wrong turns. As Jeremy drives, he comments that the drilling really hurt his biceps.