In North Bridge, Honey and Joe are just scraping by. Honey can't find a job but is determined if only for the sake of her family. But she is no where near able yet to reunite her family. In New Bedford, May admits that she sees the arrangement with all three children as being permanent, never giving Honey the children ever again. Despite warming up to their Aunt Grace who personally can relate to the boys' situation, Hub and Fat are rebellious and Hub in particular is defiant. Bob thinks that splitting up the boys would be the best solution, but May is equally adamant that she and Grace can manage the boys. The boys decide to run off, their first choice being back to North Bridge to be with their mother. But when opportunity shows itself, they stow away a ride back to the summer house at Bass Lake. When May and Grace first find that the boys are missing, May is inclined to think that Honey apprehended them. Not wanting to give Bob the satisfaction of an 'I told you so', May instead ... Written by
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The title of the series comes from the old Irish saying, spoken by Joe Callaghan about what his brother-in-law, Jack Bailey, used to say: "May the road always rise to meet your feet, and may the wind always be at your back." See more