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Old Aug 8, 2007, 12:58 AM   #21
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How many live in Frazier Park? Looks pretty tiny on Google Earth.

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Love these slice of life photos Harriet.

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I really like those photos.mtngal...Wonderful shots of people haing fun!..:-)
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Old Aug 8, 2007, 9:21 AM   #23
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How many live in Frazier Park? Looks pretty tiny on Google Earth.

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It is really tiny. There's estimates of soemwhere around 6,000 - 10,000 people for the various Frazier Mountain communities, depending on which ones you include. Frazier Park itself probably only has under 3,000. Like many up here, I don't live in what's officially "Frazier Park" - I live in one of the other 7 or 8 other ones (they range from a planned community, several true subdivisions with or without homeowners associations, larger ranch property areas and they are spread over 3 different counties and probably 30-40 mile radius). It's a small quiet spot tucked away which some of my co-workers have never heard of.
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P.S. Didn't quite finish before I hit "send." These small communities are really islands of personal property surrounded by miles of Los Padres National Forest. Elevations of the communities range from around 4,000 feet up to over 6,500 feet,and nearbyMt. Pinos, the highest spot in Los Padres, is over 8,800 feet.

The other big terrain feature that runs through the middle of the area is the San Andreas Fault. So take your pick of disasters - brush fires or earthquakes.
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