These young ladies, both in maturing youth, are more current than Nancy Drew, be that as it may. Beth, a city young lady, is none excessively cheerful, making it impossible to live in a residential area (“Where’s the shopping center?” she asks, before finding that the TV set can just get two channels.) Jody is a peruser and additionally a boyish girl, and subsequent to pounding a neighborhood spook and frightening Beth by advising her a reptile is slithering up her leg, she shares her most loved book: Bear Mountain and the Legend of Molly Morgan.
The legend has it that a fortune in gold was covered up in a buckle inside Bear Mountain by Molly Morgan, a pioneer lady from Gold Rush days. Jody trusts the young ladies ought to spend their late spring searching for it, and Beth obliges that idea. Before long they’re investigating the nearby conduits and drawing closer Bear Mountain in an old pontoon that Jody has figured out how to have and repair, in the convention of the Hardy Boys and their cruisers.