The Adventure Continues… Mono Lake

This is another one of those episodes of California’s Gold that I could have sworn I’ve already featured. Mono Lake is certainly a fascinating, beautiful, and unique feature, one that I can’t say I’ve ever visited, but it’s definitely been in the news at various points throughout my lifetime, given the delicate nature of its ecosystem and the importance of its preservation. This episode originally aired in 1992, although Huell returned to Mono Lake at least once for an updating segment which aired in November 2008.

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.

(Click on the linked image below to see the video.)

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