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Monthly Archives: September 2004

Trip to Town- Huell’s Whale Adventure Special (4)

Written on September 27, 2004 at 12:48 am, by

Episode #4 is a one-hour tour of the local town. It all took place in San Ignacio Lagoon halfway down the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific side. It’s here the mammoth gray whales come like clockwork each year to have their calves. The winter migration down the coast from Alaska is a journey of more  Continue Reading »

Whale Conservation- Huell’s Whale Adventure Special (3)

Written on September 27, 2004 at 12:42 am, by

Episode #3 is a lesson in whale conservation. It all took place in San Ignacio Lagoon halfway down the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific side. It’s here the mammoth gray whales come like clockwork each year to have their calves. The winter migration down the coast from Alaska is a journey of more than 5,000  Continue Reading »

Protected Beach- Huell’s Whale Adventure Special (2)

Written on September 26, 2004 at 8:00 pm, by

Episode #2 is a tour of a protected beach. It all took place in San Ignacio Lagoon halfway down the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific side. It’s here the mammoth gray whales come like clockwork each year to birth their calves. The winter migration down the coast from Alaska is a journey of more than  Continue Reading »

Whale Watching- Huell’s Whale Adventure Special (1)

Written on September 26, 2004 at 7:54 pm, by

Episode #1 is a one-hour whale watching tour. It all took place in San Ignacio Lagoon halfway down the Baja Peninsula on the Pacific side. It’s here the mammoth gray whales come like clockwork each year to birth their calves. The winter migration down the coast from Alaska is a journey of more than 5,000  Continue Reading »

N.W. Corner- Road Trip (129)

Written on September 25, 2004 at 1:34 am, by

Huell begins his journey to the far reaches of California as he locates the exact Northwest corner of our state and visits nearby attractions. This is part one of a 5 part series where Huell visits all 5 (Yes 5) corners of California. 2004

Eureka- Road Trip (128)

Written on September 25, 2004 at 1:26 am, by

Join Huell in Eureka, in the heart of California’s rugged North Coast where he enjoys natural beauty, a colorful history and lavish Victorian architecture. 2004

Volcano- Road Trip (127)

Written on September 25, 2004 at 1:24 am, by

Huell journeys to Volcano, one of the Mother Lode’s most picturesque towns. Located in Amador County, some say it’s named for its setting in a bowl-shaped valley, which early miners thought was caused by a volcano. 2004

Ukiah- Road Trip (126)

Written on September 25, 2004 at 1:21 am, by

Join Huell in Mendocino County where he visits Vichy Springs, the Grace Hudson Museum and the City of 10,000 Buddahs. Vichy Springs 707-462-9515 www.vichysprings.com Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House 707-467-2836 www.gracehudsonmuseum.org City of 10,000 Buddahs 2001 Talmage Road Ukiah, CA 95482 707-462-0939 www.drba.org/branches/cttb 2004

Native Plant Tour-California’s Green (9001)

Written on September 7, 2004 at 6:34 pm, by

Huell finds a family in the Los Angeles area with a yard unlike any other. Devoted to California native plants, this family has truly created a wildlife habitat in the midst of urban sprawl. 2004

Asilomar-California’s Golden Parks (119)

Written on September 4, 2004 at 4:07 am, by

Huell travels to the city of Pacific Grove located on the Monterey Peninsula to visit Asilomar. Meaning “a refuge by the sea,” Asilomar State Beach and Conference Grounds sits on 107 breathtaking acres. The conference grounds began in 1913 as a camp and conference site for the YWCA, and its historic buildings were designed by  Continue Reading »

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