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Trona Pinnacles-California’s Golden Parks (162)

The Trona Pinnacles are one of the most unusual geological features in California. The unusual landscape consists of more than 500 tufa spires, some as high as 140 feet rising from a dry lake bed. The Pinnacles have been used as a backdrop fort hundreds of movies and TV shows. 2008

Santa Barbara Artists-California’s Green (125)

Some people talk about the environment. Others actually do something proactive about it. Like the group of 26 Santa Barbara artists who founded the Outdoor Airing Club more than 20 years ago. The O.A.K. Group, as it is known, is made up of artists who paint magnificent, unspoiled open spaces threatened by development. They then  Continue Reading »

Cuyamaca-California’s Golden Parks (122)

Located east of San Diego and encompassing 25,000 acres, Cuyamaca Rancho State Park was devastated by the wildfires in October 2003. Join Huell on a somber visit to the park as he learns about plans to help these wildlands recover quickly and prevent future damage to this fragile landscape. 2004

Lassen-California’s Golden Parks (105)

Huell goes National in this episode of California’s Golden Parks as he visits Lassen Volcanic National Park. Lava flows, jagged craters and steaming sulphur vents make up some of Lassen’s breathtaking landscape. 2002