Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Road Trip With Huell Howser #141 - UC DAVIS
In our first Road Trip ever shot exclusively on a UC campus, Huell spends the day at UC Davis. All of the stops we make are open to the public as well as the students. Huell learns all about the famous bicycle culture of Davis at the Bike Barn, gets up close and personal with some bugs at the Bohart Museum of Entomology and visits the beautiful UC Davis Arboretum. We enjoy a meal at the Segundo Dining Commons and a cup of coffee at the Coffeehouse, which is believed to be the largest student-run restaurant in the nation. Next it’s off to the Department of Animal Science Horse Barn which has been around since 1910. We’ll visit Native American studies department C.N. Gorman Museum and the California Raptor Center. Huell gets around on the Student-run Unitrans which provides public transportation service to the entire city with over 40 buses on 15 routes, carrying over 3 million passengers a year.
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