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Yearly Archives: 2005

American River Parkway- California’s Golden Parks (136)

Written on December 8, 2005 at 1:26 am, by

Huell sets off from where the Sacramento and American River meet on a bike ride along the beautiful 23-mile American River Parkway. County of Sacramento Department of Regional Parks Recreation and Open Space 3711 Branch Center Rd. Sacramento, CA 95827 916-875-6961 www.sacparks.net American River Parkway Foundation P.O. Box 188437 Sacramento, CA 95818 916-456-7423 www.arpf.org 2005

Tahoe Corner- Road Trip (132)

Written on November 8, 2005 at 4:54 am, by

Find out where Huell sets his California flag this time, as he boats out onto Lake Tahoe and finds another corner of California. Along the way he makes stops at Camp Richardson, the Tallac Historic Site, The Red Hut Cafe and learns about the mission of The League to Save Lake Tahoe. Taylor Creek Visitor  Continue Reading »

S.E. Corner- Road Trip (131)

Written on November 8, 2005 at 4:52 am, by

Huell continues his journey to the far reaches of California as he locates the exact Southeast corner of our state and visits nearby attractions. This is part three of a 5 part series where Huell visits all 5 (Yes 5) corners of California.  2005

N.E. Corner- Road Trip (130)

Written on November 8, 2005 at 4:50 am, by

Huell continues his journey to the far reaches of California as he locates the exact Northeast corner of our state and visits nearby attractions. This is part two of a 5 part series where Huell visits all 5 (Yes 5) corners of California.  2005

Tarantulas- California’s Golden Parks (128)

Written on November 8, 2005 at 4:47 am, by

Huell’s off to Henry W. Coe State Park to attend their annual Tarantula Fest. Put on specifically to help break down the negative myths and stereotypes so many of us have about these spiders, this festival has become a big hit. There are tarantula nature walks and tarantula lectures, but Huell’s favorite event is the  Continue Reading »

Traveler- California’s Gold (126)

Written on November 8, 2005 at 4:20 am, by

He’s a USC icon and is definitely one of the most famous and beloved horses in the world! A beautiful white horse whose story has become the stuff of legends. We’re referring, of course, to Traveler. And in this program we not only see him in action, but spend some time with him during his  Continue Reading »

Diabetes- Visiting (1308)

Written on October 16, 2005 at 12:25 am, by

Huell doesn’t have to travel far to find the most compelling and groundbreaking information available about obesity and diabetes in children for his new one-hour special. Dr. Francine R. Kaufman, author of “Diabesity: The Obesity-Diabetes Epidemic That Threatens America–And What We Must Do to Stop It” is the head of the Center for Diabetes at  Continue Reading »

Tiki- Visiting (1310)

Written on October 16, 2005 at 12:22 am, by

Huell heads to Whittier and finds a unique company that specializes in Polynesian decor. Carved wood tikis, thatch umbrellas and bamboo fencing are just a few of the items they have on hand, which look as though they’ve come directly from the South Pacific. www.oceanicarts.net 562-698-6960 2005

CABoom- Visiting (1307)

Written on October 16, 2005 at 12:20 am, by

Huell attends CABoom, a first-of-its-kind festival and trade show focusing on contemporary architecture and design in Los Angeles. www.caboomfest.com 2005

Amir’s Garden- Visiting (1306)

Written on October 16, 2005 at 12:18 am, by

Once barren, but now planted with trees and shrubs, Amir’s Garden in Griffith Park is an oasis. Huell visits and learns about the garden and the devotion of its creator. www.AmirsGarden.org 2005