Two men want to steal Goofy's land because of the gold there. They first try to get him off by law, and try to get rid of his tent. They cut it off with knives and, to Goofy's surprise, the tent flies away. The two men quickly get the Marshall, but the Marshall explains how the bed's legs are rooted to the ground, like a house. So immediately when the Marshall goes away, the two men try to get rid of his bed, which Goofy is lying on. And meanwhile, the Marshall finds Goofy sleepwalking down the street. He wakes Goofy up and drives back, arresting the two men in the processs.
Behind the scenesEdit
This story was first published in December of 1962 as the third story in Walt Disney's Donald Duck #85. It has never been reprinted in the U.S.A., but was reprinted in Australian, three times in Brazil, twice in Denmark, three times in Finland, twice in France, once in Germany, Greece, Italy and the Netherlands, twice in Norway, once in Portugal, twice in Spain and twice in Sweden.