After moving town records to their hilltop camp site, Lum calls a meeting to discuss the victory, and possible set backs of the deed.
Dick Huddleston isn’t concerned over the civic records, but Post Office records are Federal Property. There’s a postal inspector due in town any day, and the federal offense might damage all the efforts the men have taken to win the town back from the women. Will all their suffering be for nothing?
The guys have about had enough of roughing it in the wilderness. Squire examines the merits of returning the post office, the defining institution that identifies a town. Even with moving the records, it still hasn’t found the women crawling up the hill to the new seat of Pine Ridge government to beg the men to come back. Has their stay in the woods served its purpose, and run its course?
It looks like it’s time to march back into Pine Ridge as proudly as they marched out. What kind of greeting will await the men? Will a new battle ground soon emerge on the streets of Pine Ridge? Get ready to man your battle stations!