Turning a government-sponsored search for a species of petrified wood into a personal camping trip, the Quests encounter surly French-Canadian lumberjacks warning them of a "loup-garou" in the area (a werewolf). Running a gold smuggling operation, they try scaring off anyone getting too close to their operates, then, if needed, send their foreman dressed in wolf skins to attack. As Bandit soon after gets chased off by a skunk, Jonny and Hadji become lost looking for him. Along comes White Feather, a stealthy native-American with a sizable wolf companion, to point them home, but heedless of his warning to avoid the lumberjacks, Jonny takes Hadji to investigate. They're captured, but as White Feather helps them escape, Dr. Quest and Race find themselves back at camp caught smack between White Feather's snarling wolf and a lurking "loup-garou."
Did You Know?
There's not enough vocal difference between the voices of Race Bannon and White Feather (both suppled by Mike Road). Using the same actor with a distinctive voice continuously makes it seem as if Race is playing dress-up and trying to fool the boys. See more
You are trespassing, Dr. Quest. You must leave now.
Dr. Benton C. Quest
And how can we be trespassing on government property?