A lady in her sixties sets out on an excursion through the Western United States in the wake of losing everything in the Great Recession, living as a van-abiding advanced migrant.
Linda, a companion and collaborator, welcomes Fern to visit a desert rendezvous in Arizona coordinated by Bob Wells, which offers a help framework and local area for individual migrants. Greenery at first decreases, yet alters her perspective as the climate turns cold and she battles to look for some kind of employment nearby. At the meeting, Fern meets individual wanderers and learns essential endurance and independence abilities for the street.
At the point when Fern’s van blows a tire, she visits the van of a close by migrant named Swankie to request a ride into town to purchase an extra. Swankie reprimands Fern for not being readied and welcomes her to acquire more street basic instincts; they become old buddies. Swankie educates Fern regarding her disease determination and abbreviated future, and her arrangement to gain great experiences out and about as opposed to die in a clinic. They in the end head out in different directions.