Peggy has decided to return to her home in Montana to reconcile her relationship with her mother. Although she's reluctant to go, Hank convinces her that it is time for her to mend fences with her mother and also argues that Bobby will have a chance to see what country living is all about. Hank is the most excited about making the journey. He has waited 20 years to be out in the plains passing time with rugged, hard-working, self-reliant folks. When they arrive in Montana, Hank is ready to rent a beat-up pick-up truck and head for the hills, but all that is left is a bright and shiny Land Rover; now he's sure to be a laughing stock of the country boys. Peggy discovers that rebuilding a relationship with her mother is almost impossible, but she's determined to try and make her mom proud. When Peggy discovers that her mother's farm must be sold do to Hollywood movie stars coming to town, buying land and raising property taxes, she makes her best attempt to save her family's land. When Peggy finds a loophole in article 32 of the Osage County Charter she is able to save her mother's farm. Although she gets the farm back for her family, she never gets her mother's approval, proving that some things will never change.