In this hour-long special, Huell looks at the history of In-N-Out Burger. He gets an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of In-N-Out Heaquarters and the flagship store #1 in Baldwin Park where it all started back in 1948.
Huell visits a citrus ranch in Glendora and learns about the creation of the action impulse sprinkler. After commenting on the smudge pots, Huell enters a shed and manhandles some one-of-a-kind early sprinkler prototypes from the 1930s. He and a representative from the Rain Bird company then go to the local country club and hook up an antique sprinkler on the golf course, this completing this 20 minute commercial for Rain Bird sprinklers.
Coit Tower was built on Telegraph Hill in 1933 at the bequest of Lillie Hitchcock Coit to beautify San Francisco. Huell explores all aspects of this landmark, including the lobby murals, with descendants of one of the original artists.
Huell sees some of the rusting remnants of historic Falk, an old logging town, walks among 1000-year-old Redwoods, and learns about the other flora and fauna that make up the Headwaters Forest Reserve near Eureka.
Huell gets a special tour of the Catalina Casino. With its ballroom, theater and meeting rooms it's been the focal point of Santa Catalina Island since opening in 1929. Completely restored, it retains its original charm and romantic style.
Founded in 1904 by George Ellery Hale, Mount Wilson Observatory came to dominate astronomy worldwide. In this one-hour special, Huell spends the day at this historic California location that plays an important role in scientific research.