Apologies for the late posting — Wednesday sneaked past me somehow!
Another change in the weather in Northern California has given us temperatures in the low 90s (Fahrenheit) for the past couple of days. That’s not so bad, but I seem to be having trouble adjusting to the heat.
So it’s safe to say that hiking in the desert in the heat of the day isn’t my idea of a good time; but Huell manages to make this episode of California’s Gold entertaining, with a few surprises along the way!
Join Huell and take a sizzling trip to the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County and its many unknown desert destinations, including the tiny town of Amboy (on the side of old Route 66), historic homesteads, immense sand dunes, an extinct volcano and a beautiful, old train depot.