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Joshua Tree – Visiting (621)

Joshua Tree National Park is one of the world’s most beautiful and diverse places. In this one hour special, Huell looks at many of the different things that make this park such a special place. From the Desert Tortoise, to the Mexican Bat, this show is full of surprises.

Harley Girls – Visiting (611)

Put on your leather jacket and strap on your helmet for a two-wheeled adventure that’s sure to get your heart racing. Huell goes for a weekend ride with the “Harley Girls” and their Harley Davidson motorcycles. Huell and the ladies take a spin and stop for lunch where Huell meets some other interesting weekend rebels.

Teardrop Trailers – Visiting (609)

Step back in time with Huell as he visits a weekend gathering of these classic trailers. They sleep two, and have a built-in kitchen on the back all in a teardrop shaped trailer a little over 8ft long. Some were built by various manufacturers, but many were lovingly built/restored by hand from plans in a  Continue Reading »

Hidden Gems – Visiting (608)

Join Huell as he finds some of LA’s best-hidden museums. First we stop at the William Andrew Clark Memorial Library, a rare book research library associated with UCLA, then it’s onto the Hancock Library at USC.

Bullocks Library – Visiting (507)

Huell re-visits the beautiful Bullocks Wilshire building and takes a look at the newly completed Southwestern University School of Law Library.

B2 Bomber – Visiting (506)

This one hour special takes us from Northrop Grumman where the B2 is built, to Edwards Air Force Base to take a look at the B2 close up. Huell and Luis were the first media representatives to be allowed in the cockpit of this top secret plane. Original episode is out of print.

Mulholland Fountain – Visiting (505)

We attend the re-dedication of the stunning Mulholland Fountain at the corner of Los Feliz Boulevard and Riverside Drive. Huell meets the Mulholland family and hears some wonderful stories about the man who changed the face of L.A.

Hot Dog On A Stick – Visiting (622)

It’s off to Santa Monica Beach to the site of the very first Hot Dog on a Stick stand. It all started in 1946 when Dave Barham opened his first stand by Muscle Beach. The company has become a California tradition with Dave’s daughter at the helm. We get a behind the scenes look at  Continue Reading »

Frick and Frack – Visiting (701)

We’ve all heard the expression “Frick & Frack”, but how many of us know where it really came from? Well in this episode Huell travels to Palm Springs to meet Frick, and get the lowdown on Frack. You see they were a pair of famous ice-skaters who have performed in front of literally millions of  Continue Reading »

Pink’s – Visiting (731)

Family owned and operated since 1939, this LA institution has been serving up some of the best chili-cheese hot-dogs, this side of Coney Island. Huell get the lowdown from Mrs. Pink and a handful of enthusiastic patron, many who have been eating at Pinks since their childhood.