Where's Huell? (Jan. 17 - Jan. 22)

This week, Huell travels to a Snow Goose Festival, he rides the Skunk Train and he takes a gander at some vintage electric cars. Scroll down for a complete list of this week's Huell adventures!

Tuesday - Jan. 17, 7:30pm: Snow Goose Festival - Huell travels to Chico to join the celebration of the arrival of thousands of waterfowl that come from the north to spend their winters in the temperate North Valley climate. Snow Geese, Tundra Swans, Sandhill Cranes, Pintail Ducks and many more, fill the rice fields and wildlife refuges throughout the area. The Snow Goose Festival has grown to be one of the major Birding and Wildlife events in the state of California and you'll be amazed at the shear beauty of this spectacle.

Learn more about the Snow Goose Festival:





Story continues below

Wednesday - Jan. 18, 7:30pm: Forest Lawn - Join Huell as he visits one of L.A.'s best kept secrets - the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. You'll learn about the hope that Dr. Hubert Eaton envisioned when he created Forest Lawn almost 100 years ago. You'll also learn why not to call it a cemetery, see the largest framed canvas painting in the world, see amazing art and architecture and feel the peace and tranquility that surrounds this gem.

Watch a sneak preview of this episode:



Thursday - Jan. 19, 7:30pm: Wave Power - Huell looks at how the ocean could prove to be a very promising resource in the future of energy production and along the way he learns about the long history that this green technology has in the Golden State.

Watch a sneak preview of this episode:




Friday - Jan. 20, 7:30pm: Backdrops - Join Huell as he literally gets a look at what is behind the scene when he visits Grosh Backdrops. They have been providing backgrounds to movies, TV shows, theaters and even school plays since 1932




Saturday - Jan. 21, 7:30pm: Skunk Train - Following the the coastal "Redwood Route" as it has since 1885, the Skunk Train takes Huell on an inspiring ride through ageless redwoods and over spectacular mountains. It began as a logging train taking valuable lumber to the Mendocino Coast, and now provides passengers a glimpse of history and scenic beauty.




Sunday - Jan. 22, 7:30pm: Vintage Electric Cars - Huell visits the Nethercut Museum in Sylmar to see the very first electric cars which were manufactured in the early 20th century.California's Green #127 - VINTAGE ELECTRIC CARS from Huell Howser on Vimeo.


We are dedicated to providing you with articles like this one. Show your support with a tax-deductible contribution to KCET. After all, public media is meant for the public. It belongs to all of us.

Keep Reading