Logger Vick is out in the forest chopping down trees. Briar shows up. To Vick’s surprise, this time Briar doesn’t make any aggressive moves to him. But when Vick wields the saw at him, he wards it off with a sign reading “Love Bear Day”. Briar warns Vick of the serious consequence of messing with them on “Love Bear Day” and takes away his chainsaw.
Vick comes to the bears’ hollow, intending to get his revenge. Bramble reminds him of the “Love Bear Day”, a day when picking on bears is prohibited. So in the end, Vick doesn’t get his vengeance but get stung by wasps, instead.
Since the hard way doesn’t work, Vick decides to play soft. He sends plenty of fruits to the bears as gifts. When they are both stuffed and begin to rest, Vick sneaks off and goes into the forest. All the trees there are pasted with the “Love Bear Day” sign, which makes Vick really mad. He rips off the sign from one of the trees and chops at the tree. At that moment, the bears appear. In panic, Vick tries to escape, but the tree he’s been chopping at falls down, pinning him down on the ground.