With their fabricated lives at risk in Eden Falls, Dahlia and the children hit the road; Wayne handles the perilous Pete situation; Hugh offers a deal that may be too tempting to pass up.
Dahlia and the children realize that their Traveller skills have grown rusty in Blunt; Wayne's reluctant partnership with Dale deepens; the Malloys must make a decision about their future.
Fearful of losing the Bayou Hills deal, Wayne tries to save Hugh from his depression; Cael's school mischief forces Wayne to take charge with Eden Falls' elite.
Living honestly is harder than Dahlia had hoped; Wayne runs into trouble because of Doug's past; Cael and Didi try to recapture the spirit of their Traveller childhood.
Wayne gets a surprise visitor at work; Dahlia's double life proves to be dangerous and difficult to manage; Cael's journey takes an unsuspected turn when he meets other Travellers on the road.
Wayne may not be able to regain Dahlia's trust when she begins to realize the extent of his lies; Wayne tries to keep Dale and other Travellers from integrating into his plan; Cael and Rosaleen become closer at camp; Nina throws Jim a party.
Dahlia and Wayne face the widening gap in their family and their relationship; the Bayou Hills deal hangs by a thread after foul play causes disarray at the construction site; Didi and Ike get closer; Rosaleen convinces Cael to stay at the camp.