Corporate scoundrels have wiped out the
retirement savings of Abe Brown's kind friend
Ann Walker along with the savings of hundreds of
other retirees. Abe and his buddies watch as Ann's
daughter and family move Ann from the Ozark
View Retirement Center where she can no longer
afford to live.
"Somebody oughtta' strike down those scoundrels "
declares Abe, and he sets upon a plan to do just
that, using tools and knowledge from his shrouded
past. However, Abe is eighty-six years old, tired,
and dying. To accomplish his mission, he must get
help from Don, Roy and Walt, his three closest
buddies who are in their early seventies and
are also friends of Ann. But, the three men are
Christians who would never endorse Abe's plan for
Abe is clever, and covertly secures his friend's
assistance, as the four old men travel over 8,500
miles in a specialized 35' motor home pulling "the
garage", an enclosed 24' trailer which houses Don's
PT Cruiser, Abe's Stella motor scooter, four high
back rockers, three full golf bags, a charcoal grill, a
big tool box and other necessities. While Don, Roy
and Walt enjoy their journey and play golf, Abe
stalks the scoundrels responsible for the financial
harm to their friend Ann.
Abe's friends repeatedly encourage him to accept
God's grace, but Abe is adamantly certain "Your
Jesus wouldn't want anything to do with the likes
of me " Abe doubts that God's grace could exceed
Abe's capacity to sin.