Photos from last year’s Pow Wow Days parade; video from this year’s parade. The Citrus Heights Community Marching Band is a regular in the Pow Wow Days parade, and it’s always fun to see the musicians of all ages marching in unison down the street.
The weather has been warmer for a couple of days, which should be good news — but my morning hike was overshadowed by sadness this morning. Apparently a 13- or 14-year-old boy, out enjoying the warm weather on Sunday evening, jumped off one of the rocks into Lake Natoma below the Rainbow Bridge (seen above) and never resurfaced. The water is very […]
She could use some body work and a new paint job, but this 1951 Mercury was just too good to pass up when I spotted her at the auction in Roseville. I may never cruise down the street in this classic beauty, but she’s currently the pride of my car collection!
An exciting shipwreck story from the “Graveyard of the Pacific”; and members of the California Conservation Corps share their memories of helping restore one of the historic California Missions. Watch Huell as he embarks on a journey to the most dangerous spot on the California coast and find out why it is called “Devil’s Jaw”; then visit the jewel of […]
For the past month or so here in California, we can’t turn on the news without hearing people talking about water — water filling up reservoirs, overflowing rivers and creeks, covering roads and farmlands, and causing mudslides on the highways. It seems that water is one of those things we tend to take for granted, until we have too little […]
Constructed in the 1930s, the Colorado River Aqueduct is considered one of the greatest engineering projects in the world – bringing water to thirsty Southern Californians across over 200 miles of barren, remote desert. Starting at Lake Havasu, we trace the route the water follows through huge pipes, tunnels, canals and pumping plants. Along the way we meet the men […]