Where's Huell? (October 11-17) | KCET
Where's Huell? (October 11-17)
This week: liles, first class whistling and mudpots.
Monday - October 11, 7:30pm: Lemon Lily Festival - The Idyllwild Lemon Lily Festival highlights the uniqueness and rarity of one of Idyllwild's most precious native flowers.
Tuesday - October 12, 7:30pm: Cape Mendocino Lighthouse - Join Huell as he travels to the western-most point in California in search of the Cape Mendocino Lighthouse which was activated in 1868 and finally abandoned in the 1970s.
Wednesday - October 13, 7:30pm: Pyramid - San Francisco's Transamerica Building, one of the most distinctive structures on the globe, has 48 stories, a 212-foot spire, and is considered the most photographed building in the world.
Thursday - October 14, 7:30pm: Whistling Champ - Huell visits with the Whistling Champ Carole Anne Kaufman at her salon, then stops in at her Mom's store - the Wizard of Bras
Friday - October 15, 7:30pm: Culver City - Huell visits the Culver City Historical Society Archives and Resource Center, which includes two MGM Costumes cases.
Saturday - October 16, 7pm: Desert Adventures - Huell visits with Leonard Knight of Salvation Mountain and also gets an up close and personal look at "mudpots".
Sunday - October 17, 7:30pm: Ablitt House - Huell visits this unique house which was built on a 20 by 20 square foot lot in the heart of Old Town Santa Barbara.
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