Huell tours the Fresno County Fruit Trail, an 80-mile stretch of orchards as well as the top pitted-fruit producing area of the world. The Fruit Trail is a great spot to sample locally-grown nectarines, apricots, peaches, and plums. Huell even stops by a gallery where local artists have shown their appreciation for the region’s agricultural beauty. Next Huell stops in the nearby town of Sanger and vsitis the Miller House — an 1898 old-growth redwood home now restored into the beautiful Blossom Trail B&B. Then at the Sanger Depot Museum, Huell learns about the 62-mile Kings River Flume, an astounding feat of engineering which supported the area’s lumbering operations.

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