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Tag Archives: Surfing

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

San Onofre Beach- California’s Gold (1004)

Huell and Luis hit the beach in our April episode of California’s Gold. Surfing has played a major role in the “California” lifestyle and has a rich and colorful history up and down our coast. One of the most famous and historic is San Onofre Beach in San Diego County. Surfing got it’s start in Polynesia over  Continue Reading »

Santa Cruz- California’s Gold (205)

Huell discovers the colorful history of the Beach Boardwalk, the last remaining oceanside amusement park in the West Coast; he meets the pioneers of surfing and the inventor of the wet suit, and enjoys salt water taffy and other sweet treats at Marini’s, a family-run business for over four generations. Santa Cruz Chamber: 831-457-3713  1991