Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Park Ranger Donald Duck holds court over the bears in his jurisdiction, marching them into their cave for their winter hibernation. The only bear who doesn't enter into the spirit of things is good old Humphrey, who manages to make trouble even when he's asleep with his nocturnal twitching and heavy snory. Finally the other bears kick Humphrey out of the cave, forcing him to seek shelter elsewhere (that train tunner is definitely out!). Finally, Humphrey sneaks into Donald's cabin, pretending to be a sleepwalker--at which point the slapstick tomfoolery really begins to accellerate.