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A family, a flood, and folk music: Three months after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, a husband and wife country/bluegrass band called Truckstop Honeymoon return from their new residence in Lawrence, Kansas to survey the damage to their home and community in the Ninth Ward. Utilizing the direct-cinema style, the film compassionately enters the lives of Mike West, Katie Euliss, and their daughters Sadie and Vega as they tour the American Midwest and the South - delighting audiences with their rambunctious music, sharp-tongued lyrics, and determination to survive. This feature documentary is a tale of family, community, music, and survival amidst the ruins of the most devastating storm of the century.