Young, Hung and Hitched — Synopsis
When Jordon discovers that his partner of two years, Aaron, has been offered a new job and he'll have to move from Portland, Oregon to New Orleans the day after their impending wedding, Jordon experiences mixed emotions. He's proud of Aaron's promotion and he wants to support him, but moving to New Orleans is the last thing he ever expected he'd do. And that's because he lived there once before. He went to college in New Orleans and started his first restaurant in the Ninth Ward. But he was also one of the refugees who had to be evacuated from a rooftop by helicopter and taken to the Superdome after Hurricane Katrina, which left him traumatized in more ways than one.
After Jordon reluctantly agrees to move back to New Orleans, he devises a plan that will give them both the honeymoon of their dreams and a safe haven once they reach New Orleans. He talks Aaron into buying a brand new Silverstream trailer so they can travel the country and stop at gay campgrounds throughout the Southwest on their way to New Orleans. The entire road trip will take most of the summer, and by the time they reach New Orleans, Jordon is hoping his beautiful new trailer will provide a sense of safety and stability when it's time to face his demons head on.
The trouble is neither one of them has ever camped before. They don't know a trailer hitch from a trailer brake. Will the stress of getting married, moving to a new city, and learning to handle a huge trailer all at the same time ruin them or make them stronger? And more important, do they love each other enough to overlook the individual flaws and shortcomings that make them both so unique?