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Tag Archives: Native American

Jeep Tour – Palm Springs Week (24)

Huell Howser takes an adventurous trip with Desert Adventure Jeep Eco Tours off the beaten path of Palm Springs and explores the natural desert habitat that few think about when it comes to Palm Springs.

Tahquitz Canyon – Palm Springs Week (1)

Join Huell Howser as he hikes up the beautiful, historic, and restored Tahquitz Canyon to the waterfall at the end of the trail. The canyon was closed to the public in 1969 due to its unsafe and poor condition. In this episode, Huell Howser gets the opportunity to view the restoration project before the grand  Continue Reading »

Hidden Treasures of Sutter’s Fort- California’s Golden Parks (154)

Sometimes you need to look under the surface to find the real treasures at a state park. Huell travels to Sacramento to Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park to get a behind the scenes look at some of the gems that are stashed away in the parks large archive. From Native American artifacts to a doll  Continue Reading »

Salmon Fishing- California’s Gold (7008)

Huell learns about Native American fishing techniques on a trip to Eureka with members from the Yurok tribe at the mouth of the Klamath river.  2005

Cabot’s Adobe- Palm Springs Week (17)

Located in Desert Hot Springs, Huell Howser visits Cabot’s Old Indian Pueblo Museum. It is an adobe structure built in the early 1900s by the man who discovered the famous mineral springs that give Desert Hot Springs its name. It’s open to the public and houses beautiful paintings, furnishings and Native American pottery. Cabot’s Old  Continue Reading »