Although his name appears in no history books, his stories are told across the land. The Lone Ranger rides again!
Old Ike is past his middle years, and his remaining relatives have much to be desired. His nephews, are two young cousins are prone to loafing, gambling, drinking, and living the low life. As they make schemes, Tonto and the Lone Ranger get wind of their plans. Thus far, they’ve been supported by hardworking old Ike, but they plan to set up their own claim, and dig over to the old man’s mine and take from his mine. Wow, sounds like a lot of work for a couple loafers.
The Lone Ranger not only looks out for the old man’s business, he also tries to warn off the two younger men. Their digging has put them in danger. What is this guy in the mask, some kind of bandit? Will the walls really cave in? Can the two be trusted if their plans on the claim work out? The true nature of each cousin is revealed. Ride along and listen in to how injustices are set right, and lessons are learned about hardwork and trust.