There are so many amazing and beautiful trees in California, I suspect they could form the basis of an entire series on their own! In this episode of California’s Gold, Huell visits three very special trees in Southern California. As I started watching this video, I may have felt slightly disappointed that Northern California wasn’t represented — but by the end I’d forgotten all about that! If you love trees as much as I do, I know you’ll enjoy this episode.
In this adventure, Huell visits three big trees that are a great example of California’s Gold…First Huell travels to Santa Barbara to see the Moreton Bay Fig Tree…Next its off to Temecula and the former ranch of Erle Stanley Gardner, author of the Perry Mason Novels. On this spot stands the largest California Live Oak in the world… We end the show in Kings Canyon National Park at the General Grant Tree.