Synopsis by Hal Erickson
In this cartoon, we learn that Donald Duck and Walt Disney have something in common: Both are model-train aficionados, and both have set up elaborate miniature railroads in their backyards. When Donald decides to add a real tree to his layout, he appropriates the one which serves as home and hearth for chipmunks Chip and Dale. In retalation, C&D sabotage Don's operation and set up housekeeping in a scale-model home along the tracks. Sensing that the Chips aren't going to leave without some prodding, Donald cooks up a scheme that involves a phony thunderstorm and other "unnatural" disasters--but Chip and Dale have the last laugh, as always.