Joey and the guys want to start a little league baseball team, but they're a man short. Fury plays center field. Unfortunately horses aren't allowed in little league. Joey and Tom learn a lesson about teamwork.
When Fury starts behaving strangely, Pete tells Joey it's "Earthquake weather", and some superstitious tales about the Indian "earthquake gods". Jim dismisses such talk, but then several tremors and then a huge, volcanic cataclysm rocks the valley.
A pack of wolves are attacking the herd of wild horses near the Broken Wheel Ranch. Jim and Pete have to run them off before they kill any more horses. Joey wants to adopt a young white colt who was separated from his mother. But Fury has other plans and brings the colt back to the herd and his mother.
One morning the newspaper headline reads, "Flying Saucers Seen in the Area." So everyone starts seeing lights at night and flying saucers during the day. Fears of little green men run rampant. This episode features Jimmy Baird as Rodney 'Pee Wee' Jenkins.
Joey comes to the rescue of a road tramp (George Chandler). Jim hires him for some odd jobs around the ranch. The guy turns out to be the famous ventriloquist, The Great Voxo. He promises to teach Joey how to throw his voice.
Joey gets caught in the middle of a ranchers feud. Mr. Hayes (Francis McDonald) and Mr. Brennan (Paul Burns) used to be friends and partners, but now they're enemies. Jim and Pete work to get them back together. But it takes a special gesture from Joey and Fury.
Joey befriends a handicapped boy Tim Wheeler (Peter Votrian) who's bitter about not being able to walk, run, or play ball like the other boys. Joey and Tim and the guys work on a ham radio project for school.
Water levels in the valley have been dropping because of poachers trapping beavers for their pelts. Beaver damns help keep the water levels up. Joey and Fury and the Game Warden restock the lake with beavers, returning everything back to its natural state.