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Huell Howser spends the afternoon meeting the residents of Los Angeles, CA near a bench in Echo Park. Huell discovers that each individual has a story to tell.
Huell travels to the new Eastside Reservoir, four miles southwest of Hemet. Forced by increasing population and the need to reduce our toll on the Colorado River, the Metropolitan Water District undertook this project to protect us in the event of drought or earthquakes. One of the largest construction projects in American history, the new reservoir will Continue Reading »
Spend the day with Huell as he tours Echo Park. Local residents provide an insider’s look at this wonderfully diverse neighborhood. 1993
Join Huell for this entire episode devoted to one of America’s oldest, strangest and most beautiful lakes. Located in the eastern base of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, Mono Lake is famous for its tufa, or curious formations of calcium carbonate. Also see Cal Gold #138 for an update to this show. It includes most of this show Continue Reading »