Jason has made up his mind: he’s going to live in the wilderness for a year. One problem: he’s never been camping. While he’s preparing, he meets Mona, a goal oriented corporate type who has just suffered a nervous breakdown at work. They fall in love but ultimately Jason must decide: follow his dream or his heart.
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