Few family members stick around long enough to see their children grow up. In Preston Adam's case, his father is estranged and rheumatic, living alone an hour north. Despite fallouts between his dad and sister, Preston attempts to make amends when his stepmother suddenly passes. In an odd twist of fate, she gifts him a trip from beyond the grave. His father, never one to ask for help, attempts to get him and his sister to go on an adventure. Preston resists, and his sister wants no part of it. With time running out, he decides to help his dad and see if travel is even possible. The two must rely on each other as health fails and trouble intercepts them. It is a quest to have fun and try to remember what families are really for. At the end of it all, will anyone still be smiling?