Huell’s Cook Island Adventure takes us to the South Pacific. Close your eyes and imagine beautiful lush green tropical islands popping up out of a turquoise blue/green sea and surrounded by seemingly endless white sandy beaches. Then add the fact theyre home to people who are the nicest and kindest Ive ever met and you Continue Reading »
In this special one-hour episode of California’s Gold, Huell takes a look at the California Aqeuduct. Constructed in the 1930s, the Colorado River Aqueduct is considered one of the greatest engineering projects in the world – bringing water to thirsty Southern Californians across over 200 miles of barren, remote desert. Starting at Lake Havasu, we Continue Reading »
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.
San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County covers some 2100 acres and has five miles of beach, including Trestles – one of the most famous and truly iconic surf spots in the world! Park Supt. Rich Rozzelle showed Huell a spectacular section of the park that most people don’t know exists. Turns out the Continue Reading »