Where's Huell? (November 1 - 6) | KCET
Where's Huell? (November 1 - 6)
This week: gold fever, Ansel Adams, and Blue Angels.
Monday - November 1, 7:30pm: Golden Gate Bridge - Rare footage of its construction-its beauty, and the incredible maintenance work that goes on daily to keep this towering structure in mint condition.
Tuesday - November 2, 7:30pm: Lighthouse - Huell is airlifted to the tiny reef which holds the St. George Reef Lighthouse, eight miles off the coast of Northern California, in Crescent City.
Wednesday - November 3, 7:30pm: Blue Angels - The Blue Angels have been demonstrating their flying skills and maneuvers to literally millionsof spectators each year, since the group first formed in 1946.
Thursday - November 4, 7:30pm: Monarchs - Huell travels to Pismo State Beach to visit the largestoverwintering site for Monarch butterflies in the U.S.
Friday - November 5, 7:30pm: Michael Adams - Huell travels north to the Yosemite Valley to meet up with Michael Adams. Michael is the son of Ansel Adams, arguably our countries most famous photographer.
Sunday - November 6, 7pm: Jamestown - Huell travels to the historic Gold Rush town of Jamestown in Tuolumne County. This beautiful town is known for it’s amazing buildings, including the National Hotel, which has been lovingly restored to its 1800s charm.
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