Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Donald Duck vacations at Brownstone National Park, where the effusive Ranger Woodlore greets the tourists with a "few rules"--foremost among them "Don't Molest the Bears". He then gives a similar pep talk to the park bears, warning the redoubtable Humprhey Bear not to go around stealing picnic baskets--or else (cue the "Dragnet" theme). But after seeing the other bears enjoying the hospitality of the friendly tourists, Humphrey can stand no more, and sets about to cadge a free meal from Donald--even if he has to resort to (gasp!) thievery. This leads to a wild slapstick contretemps between bear and duck, whereupon the Ranger must take a hand in matters. . .with ironically amusing results.