In this archived broadcast from July 19th, 1991, John Weeks describes the visual beauty of the calico fields during the summer. He discusses the different colors of the flowers that blend and pop to bring the fields to life. He explains how the color spectrum of the fields changes throughout the day.
In this archived broadcast from April 12, 1991, John Weeks talks about his first walk through the spring fields. He says nothing compares to the first walk during the spring and then talks about different paths that are around the fields that he walks on. He then talks about the different things he see's on his walks and the different plants. Weeks said that there will be an eruption of flowers soon if the mild weather continues.
John Weeks discusses revisiting his favorite vistas more than 30 years after he first discovered their beauty. He notes that despite the changes in these areas, they maintain the magic and charm they have always had.
In this archived broadcast from September 11, 1992, John Weeks talks about waking up early one morning and how he wanted to see what difference a shift of 12 degrees in latitude would make. Weeks said that he woke up too early and that the stars were still shining in the sky but eventually the fog and dew were heavy enough to blur the street lights. He talks about the different sounds that he hears from the birds as well as the grasshoppers and the flowers that he sees.
In this archived broadcast from June 3, 1988, John Weeks talks about all the bee pastures that he sees. He said he notices all the flowers beginning to bloom and they are all hosting hundreds of bees on top of them that they are completely covered. Weeks mentions how on Beaver Lake it is surrounded by flowers and he talks about the different types of flowers especially the tulip tree.