Wondering what Huell was up to this week? This handy guide to the week's Huell episodes lets you follow along, while also providing additional info on the areas spotlighted. This week: Huell visits an ostrich farm just outside Santa Barbara, takes in a landmark hotel from the 1920s, and is sung to at Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs residence. For more information on any video (as well as a chance to purchase them), you can always visit Huell at www.calgold.com.
Thursday - October 29, 2009; 7:30pm: Golden Gate Replicas - What do a brilliant field of marigolds, an ostrich farm, thousands of cacti and a two-story outhouse? Huell tells the story.
Related: The ostriches of Buellton capture the hearts of visitors:
Friday - October 30, 2009; 7:30pm: San Diego East Village - This area of San Diego is home to Petco Ballpark and a burgeoning art scene. Huell learns what all the hubbub is about.
Related: A San Diegan’s photo montage of the East Village set to music:
Saturday - October 31, 2009; 7:30pm: Halloween - Huell is taking the night off to go trick or treating. Enjoy this video of the annual Downtown Redlands Kids Parade and Costume Contest:
Sunday - November 1, 2009; 7:00pm: Sinatra’s House - Rarely open to the public, Huell visits the Palm Springs home of Old Blue Eyes accompanied by tour guide Frankie Randall.
Related: A Sinatra fan pays homage to Frank with his Sims generated version of the house, complete with photos and music:
Monday - November 2, 2009; 7:30pm: Norconian Resort - Huell is accompanied by filmmaker and historian Kevin Bash during his visit to this iconic resort turned state-psychiatric hospital.
Related:A devoted community member made this little “Then & Now” slideshow of the Norconian:
Tuesday - November 3, 2009; 7:30pm: California Communities: Alameda - Huell spotlights the historic Alameda Naval Air Station and tours the newly renovated Alameda Theater.
Related: Amateur videographer makes video tour of the Alameda N.A.S. Museum set to music and narration: