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Hiking Hydration Tips

Hiking Hydration Tips Whether your hiking in the Coachella Valley or elsewhere, here are a few tips we have compiled to help you stay hydrated! Climate:  When hiking in hot and/or humid conditions, one litre per hour is generally recommended.

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What to do if bitten by a snake.

If you live in the Coachella Valley you should learn how to handle a snake bite. Each year, about 8,000 venomous snake bites occur in the US and about 5 of those people die. You’ve got a good chance of

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Found a couple of Rattle Snakes mating. Coachella Valley watch your step and respect their space.

Found a couple of Rattle Snakes mating. Watch your step and respect their space. Coachella Valley – by Christina Hiebert What to do if bitten by a snake.

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Hike to the Palm Desert Cross, Never Disappoints!

The Hike to Palm Desert Cross. From Homme Park off Thrush Street this 3 mile round trip hike is a local favorite that never disappoints. The Palm Desert Cross Hike – A Local Favorite – Taken by the Coachella Valley

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Experience the Painted Canyon – Virtual Tour by The CoachellaValley.com

Painted Canyon is a very Popular Hike through a geological extravanganza! Come join CoachellaValley.com as we explore this wonderful gem!! Katieksd San Diego, California Reviewed 3 weeks ago GORGEOUS hike! This hike is absolutely stunning. You get to climb ladders

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Spring Break 1989 – Palm Springs

Remembering Spring Break 1989 by inthemix2006yo I filmed this footage during Spring Break in 1989. I edited the footage with old school vcr equipment from back in the day Popular Video: 1950s-video-promoting-tourism in palm-springs/ CoachellaValley.com/Travel BLOG Daytrippin with Francoise Rhodes Most Popular Video:

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Exclusive Interview with Author and Serial Killer Survivor, Jennifer Asbenson, Abducted and Tortured by one of America’s most Prolific Serial Killers

Jennifer Asbenson was just 19 years old when she was abducted, tortured and almost killed in a remote desert by one of America’s most prolific serial killers. Andrew Urdiales had already brutally murdered five women when he first crossed paths

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History of the Cabazon Dinosaurs, Claude K. Bell, 1960’s

Coachella Valley -Cabazon Dinosaurs, Claude K. Bell, 1960’s Mr. Bell spent more than two decades and $300,000 creating the giant creatures on an otherwise desolate stretch of Interstate 10 near Palm Springs. The dinosaurs, a 150-ton, concrete brontosaurus named Dinney

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Traveling With Françoise Television Show – Stream On Demand on CoachellaValley.com (18 New Episodes Available)

STREAMING ON DEMAND NOW – Closed Caption Available!!You’ve found it! 18 of Francoise’s TV show now available for streaming here.  This page will help you find the places featured on the new Traveling With Françoise television show: Travel With Francoise

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Coachella Valley Veterans Day Facts

Coachella Valley Veterans Day Facts! In 1954, President Eisenhower officially changed the name of the holiday from Armistice Day to Veterans Day. In 1968, the Uniform Holidays Bill was passed by Congress, which moved the celebration of Veterans Day to

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Coachella Valley Do You Know the History of Veterans Day?

Coachella Valley Do You Know the History of Veterans Day? Veterans Day originated as “Armistice Day” on Nov. 11, 1919, the first anniversary of the end of World War I. Congress passed a resolution in 1926 for an annual observance,

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Cathedral City History in Pictures

The Cathedral City Historical Society presents the history of Cathedral City.

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Emerald Lake in Canada is the largest of Yoho’s 61 lakes and ponds

#DidyouKnow Emerald Lake in Canada is the largest of Yoho’s 61 lakes and ponds, as well as one of the park’s premier tourist attractions. – by Mark Jinks   Emerald Lake Loop – walk around this stunning lake Visited Emerald

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Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives September 11th during the terrorist attacks, one woman was from the Coachella Valley

2,996: A Tribute to the Victims of 9/11 Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives on September 11th during the 9/11 terrorist attacks and one special woman was from our own community here in the Coachella Valley. Barbara Keating was aboard

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This testy Mojave tortoise had just chased off another male and then set his eyes on me.

I can safely say I have never been chased by a Mojave Rattler. After this morning, I cannot say the same about the Mojave Desert Tortoise. By Akela Arthu This testy tortoise had just chased off another male and set

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Labor Day History

Do You Know Why We Celebrate Labor Day? In the late 1800s, at the height of the Industrial Revolution in the United States, the average American worked 12-hour days and seven-day weeks in order to eke out a basic living.

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Salton Sea Beauty by Tony Fernandez

Coachella Valley Photographer, Tony Fernandez, visited the Salton Sea and captured this amazing shot! Read More

Prepare for The California National Guard to be posted at the County Fairgrounds to help receive and set up the medical station

Federal Medical Station to be housed at County Fairgrounds in Indio This week, Indio City leaders learned that Riverside County health officials were in talks with state and federal representatives to prepare for the placement of a Federal Medical Station

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Coachella, Stagecoach Festivals Still On Despite Coronavirus

PALM SPRINGS, CA — Riverside County health and elected officials, on Thursday, looking to calm public concerns about the coronavirus, noting that plans for the Coachella Valley’s upcoming major music festivals are still on. Read: First Confirmed Case of Coronavirus

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