Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014

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12:00 PM

Victory GardenTraditional Chinese Gardens

Walk amidst the peace and harmony of a traditional Chinese garden. Michael Weishan is back in Vancouver at the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Garden, where he observes the majesty and art of bonsai trees.


12:30 PM

Victory GardenCallaway Gardens

Join Michael Weishan as he heads out on our to Louisiana's French Quarter to view private gardens that boast spring color. Also get five tips for soil from Lee May.


1:00 PM

Growing BolderRefuse to Give Up

From a broken neck to breaking records, the story of a 70-something cyclist who refuses to give up. Plus, a peek into the futrue where high has prices don't bother anybody, on this episode of Growing Bolder.


1:30 PM

Growing BolderClimb Every Mountain

The man who beats cancer every time he crosses the triathlon finish line, plus what Wendy Chioji and Marc Middleton learned while attempting to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, on this episode of Growing Bolder.


2:00 PM

Home Again with Bob VilaExterior Trim and Spray-Foam Insulation

The Queen Anne Victorian addition is ready for clapboard siding to match the existing fa├žade and trim. Inside, Insulation specialists begin to install the expanding foam, closed-cell insulation.


2:30 PM

Home Again with Bob VilaRadiant Heat, Oak Flooring, and Deck Piers

Bob reviews the Georiga-Pacific veneer board, and the installation of WarmZone radiant floor panels under Bellawood white oak. Bob also looks over the digging contractor Tim Berky has done to protect the footings and piers from frost and heaving.


3:00 PM

Taste of HistoryRye Coffee

Discover why Rye Coffee became a popular drink in America after President Jefferson and Congress imposed a foreign trade embargo in 1807. Chef Walter shows how rye was harvested, made into bread and brewed to drink.


3:30 PM

Taste of HistoryPhiladelphia Falls

General Washington fed his troops pepperpot Soup with Cornbread after crossing the Delaware River in 1776. Chef Staib makes this dish again at the same spot on the Delaware, with revolutionary troops to celebrate that all important victory.

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