Just look at that cast. It's an ensemble that could take XXX tapes well into the next century (and should) before this reviewer would get tired of them. When Hartley's in a good mood (as she is here, apparently), her sexual couplings shine. Williams always delivers a good performance, more often than not with West as her partner, and the diminutive Morgan, here playing a horny ghost, has an excellent comic touch.
Beaver Ridge is the spot where Chapman's great-uncle and aunt (Homer, Morgan) and their horse went over a cliff while two of the trio were "in the saddle". (Three guesses which two.) Chapman discovers this while searching through some inherited brasserie ... which, of course, makes his wife (Hartley) horny enough to jump him right there in the barn.
The pair decide it's time for a road trip to the old homestead, and they invite along the wacky neighbors (Williams, West) to Winnebago westward. Once the tourists are among the ghosts — yes, even ol' Daisy can be heard to whinny among the rafters — Morgan discovers she can influence the live ladies' behavior, leading to a steamy if somewhat confused girl/girl coupling in the local hayloft. Meanwhile, Chapman and West get drunk enough to see — and feel — Morgan, so they double-team her on the saloon floor. Simple as that, you have it; every sex scene is at least watchable, and a good time seems to have been had by all. Check this one out; its good humor is infectious.