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Tag Archives: Santa Barbara

El Carillo- California’s Communities (109)

Huell visits award-winning housing for the homeless in downtown Santa Barbara.  2009

Carpinteria State Beach-California’s Golden Parks (141)

Carpinteria State Beach is just twelve miles south of Santa Barbara and is a great family destination that offers a mile of beach for swimming, surfing, fishing, tidepool exploring and camping. Huell learns about all of this, plus how Carpinteria got its name and the role that naturally-occurring tar played in its history. 2006

Reagan Ranch-California’s Gold (127)

Huell gets a tour of the Santa Barbara ranch home of President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, who named it Rancho del Cielo. Huell hears stories about the historic events that took place there, as well as more personal stories from a former secret service agent assigned to President Reagan. November 2005

San Marcos Pass- Road Trip with Huell Howser (108)

State Highway 154 is one of the most beautiful stretches of highway in California. The locals know it as the San Marcos Pass Road, and it’s a 32-mile section of highway from Santa Barbara to Highway 101 north of Los Olivos, that winds through the Los Padres National Forest, the Santa Ynez Valley and past  Continue Reading »

California Missions- California Missions (103)

Huell visits these three Missions in this episode: Santa Barbara Santa Ines La Purisima Concepcion 2000