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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*

Mono Lake Today-California’s Gold (138)

Join popular PBS host Huell Howser as he revisits Mono Lake, and sees how it has changed in the 15 years since he was first there. We’ll learn all about the tufa towers, the many migratory birds, as well as the efforts of the dedicated people who have worked so hard to restore and keep  Continue Reading »

Mono Lake- California’s Gold (311)

Join Huell for this entire episode devoted to one of America’s oldest, strangest and most beautiful lakes. Located in the eastern base of the majestic Sierra Nevada mountains, Mono Lake is famous for its tufa, or curious formations of calcium carbonate. Also see Cal Gold #138 for an update to this show. It includes most of this show  Continue Reading »