Backbone Trail: Day 1 | KCET
Backbone Trail: Day 1
Musician and outdoorsman Butchy Fuego prepares for his first day on the Backbone Trail at his home in Echo Park before heading to the trailhead at Will Rogers State Historic Park. Along the way, Butchy learns about beekeeping from Eli Lichter-Marck, founder of Eli's Bee's along the banks of Rustic Canyon Creek.
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Musician and outdoorsman Butchy Fuego prepares for his first day on the Backbone Trail at his home in Echo Park before heading to the trailhead at Will Rogers State Historic Park.
On Day 2 of his journey, Butchy Fuego learns about wildlife conservation at the California Wildlife Center.
Butchy Fuego meets up with the women of Malibu Fire Camp 13 who perform trail maintenance on the Backbone Trail.
On the last day of his trail adventure, Butchy Fuego reflects on his Backbone Trail experience.
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