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Category Archives: California’s Gold

Mt. San Jacinto – Palm Springs Week (33)

This episode of Palm Springs Week is a repeat of California’s Gold (804). Please click the link below to view the description for the episode. Mt. San Jacinto – California’s Gold (804)

Jazz Special – California’s Gold (307)

Join Huell Howser as he spends a day in Sacramento, California for the Jazz Jubilee.

National Special – California’s Gold (105)

Huell Howser spends this episode travelling to beautiful, natural locations in California along highway 395. Locations of note include the California Poppy Preserve, Big Pine, Yosemite, and Mono Lake. *Note: Due to the age of the original film, a color error is present in the middle of the episode*

Inaugural Special – California’s Gold (103)

Huell Howser spends this special episode focusing his attention on the inauguration of governors of the state of California. Huell Howser spends this episode speaking with various individuals about the history of inaugurations and California governors. Near the end of the episode Huell attends the inauguration of Governor Pete Wilson. This episode also features Governor  Continue Reading »

John Muir Special – California’s Gold (143)

House & Lawn Special – California’s Gold (14029)

Champion Turf – California’s Gold (14015)

Come along with Huell as he takes a tour of Champion Turf Equipment in Los Angeles California. Huell gets to see first-hand how Champion Turf’s craftspeople hand-craft saddles and other horse equipment.

Soundwalk – California’s Gold (14008)

Huell travels to Long Beach and takes a tour of SoundWalk, an annual art show of indoor and outdoor sound-art installations.

Watch Convention – California’s Gold (14005)

Huell attends the timely event (pun intended) of a watch and clock collectors convention held by the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. The convention hosts collectors, dealers, sellers, and any person interested in watches and clocks.

California Aqueduct Special – California’s Gold (001)

In this special one-hour episode of California’s Gold, Huell takes a look at the California Aqeuduct. 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  Continue Reading »