Rosamond, California

What is Rosamond, California known for?


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south of Mojave (Mojave, California), north of Lancaster (Lancaster, California) at an elevation of 2342 feet (714 m). According to 2010 United States census data, the town population was 18,150. The Postal Service shows portions of Rosamond as having the names Tropico Village, California, named after a mine, and Willow Springs, Kern County, California Willow


family size

, 390 (6.3%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were 432 (7.0%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships (POSSLQ), and 40 (0.6%) same-sex married couples or partnerships (same-sex partnerships). 1,317 households (21.3%) were made up of individuals and 342 (5.5%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.93. There were 4,487 families (family (U.S. Census)) (72.4% of all households); the average family size was 3.43. The population

of age or older. The average household size was 2.88 and the average family size was 3.38. In the CDP the population was spread out with 32.9% under the age of 18, 7.9% from 18 to 24, 32.0% from 25 to 44, 19.3% from 45 to 64, and 7.9% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 33 years. For every 100 females there were 102.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 101.5 males. The median income for a household in the CDP was $42,307, and the median income


television show

, achieving a national speed record in the flying quarter mile. Almquist, Ed. "Hot Rod Pioneers, The Creators of the Fastest Sport on Wheels", Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-7680-0232-X All Chevy Magazine article, August 1988, Michael Lufty Originally, he had no intention of producing any additional manifolds, but the overwhelming response following his phenomenal speed in a 1932 Ford prompted Edelbrock to make more. This was the first product he sold commercially and marked the beginning of the company as it is known today. Edelbrock ultimately manufactured 100 of the ''Slingshot'' manifolds. Broadcasts can normally be heard beginning as far south as Rosamond, California, on State Route 14 (California State Route 14) to the State Route 58 (California State Route 58) turn off in Mojave, California. The broadcast is audible on State Route 58 from Mojave through Barstow, California, where State Route 58 ends into Interstate 15 (Interstate 15 (California)). From Barstow north on the 15 broadcast can be heard normally past the Nevada state line and in the Las Vegas Valley itself. Audible broadcast can normally be picked up on the majority of State Route 138 (California State Route 138) to its junction with Interstate 15 and also Interstate 40 (Interstate 40 (California)) from Barstow to around Kingman, Arizona. Realignment Following a major realignment of the route and assumption into the state highway system around 1922, the main Midland Trail alignment in California bypassed early stagecoach-era stops at Freeman and Willow Springs and at the Neuralia railroad siding, and now routed through Red Rock Canyon (Red Rock Canyon State Park (California)) to Mojave. The earlier alignment took a high line route to the west in the Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada (U.S.)) and Scodie Mountains foothills around it following the Los Angeles Aqueduct route past Jawbone Canyon, thence following the Southern Pacific railroad tracks through Rosamond (Rosamond, California) and Lancaster (Lancaster, California) and on to Los Angeles, following the route that was later assigned to U.S. Route 6—the Sierra Highway) in 1937. Story Billy the Mountain, a typical mountain which poses for postcards, lives between the cities of Rosamond, California and Gorman, California with his wife Ethell, a tree. The main features on his mountain edifice are two large caves, resembling eyes, and a cliff for a jaw, which lifts up and down when he talks puffing up dust and boulders. Upon exiting the mountains, Sierra Highway enters the Antelope Valley and serves as one of the main streets of Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), and Rosamond (Rosamond, California). The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad. Just shy of Mojave (Mojave, California) the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, and Sierra Highway shares the active routing of SR 14 passing through downtown Mojave. 57.8 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond (Rosamond, California), Edwards AFB (Edwards Air Force Base)


local version

, not fractured as they had initially feared. TV Picture Life, 'Christopher George: The Girl Who Nursed Him Back To Health,'by Jeanne Allen, p. 48, May 1967. While starring in ''The Rat Patrol'', Chris also served as an awards presenter at the 1966 Washington, D.C. local version of the Emmy Awards, hosted at the Washington, D.C. Sheraton Park Hotel. 'Local 'Emmy' Fete Tonight,' by Lawrence Laurent, The Washington Post Times Herald, p. D21, October 22, 1966. thumb left 252px Edelbrock's first commercial product: The Slingshot manifold (Image:Edelbrock-Slingshot-manifold.jpg) In 1938 Vic Edelbrock bought his first project car, a 1932 Ford Roadster. In his desire to increase the performance, he joined with Tommy Thickstun to design a new intake manifold for the roadster's flathead engine. Corvette Fever periodical, Retrieved June 26, 2007 Unhappy with the performance of that manifold, Edelbrock designed his own, nicknamed ''The Slingshot''. , achieving a national speed record in the flying quarter mile. Almquist, Ed. "Hot Rod Pioneers, The Creators of the Fastest Sport on Wheels", Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-7680-0232-X All Chevy Magazine article, August 1988, Michael Lufty Originally, he had no intention of producing any additional manifolds, but the overwhelming response following his phenomenal speed in a 1932 Ford prompted Edelbrock to make more. This was the first product he sold commercially and marked the beginning of the company as it is known today. Edelbrock ultimately manufactured 100 of the ''Slingshot'' manifolds. Broadcasts can normally be heard beginning as far south as Rosamond, California, on State Route 14 (California State Route 14) to the State Route 58 (California State Route 58) turn off in Mojave, California. The broadcast is audible on State Route 58 from Mojave through Barstow, California, where State Route 58 ends into Interstate 15 (Interstate 15 (California)). From Barstow north on the 15 broadcast can be heard normally past the Nevada state line and in the Las Vegas Valley itself. Audible broadcast can normally be picked up on the majority of State Route 138 (California State Route 138) to its junction with Interstate 15 and also Interstate 40 (Interstate 40 (California)) from Barstow to around Kingman, Arizona. Realignment Following a major realignment of the route and assumption into the state highway system around 1922, the main Midland Trail alignment in California bypassed early stagecoach-era stops at Freeman and Willow Springs and at the Neuralia railroad siding, and now routed through Red Rock Canyon (Red Rock Canyon State Park (California)) to Mojave. The earlier alignment took a high line route to the west in the Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada (U.S.)) and Scodie Mountains foothills around it following the Los Angeles Aqueduct route past Jawbone Canyon, thence following the Southern Pacific railroad tracks through Rosamond (Rosamond, California) and Lancaster (Lancaster, California) and on to Los Angeles, following the route that was later assigned to U.S. Route 6—the Sierra Highway) in 1937. Story Billy the Mountain, a typical mountain which poses for postcards, lives between the cities of Rosamond, California and Gorman, California with his wife Ethell, a tree. The main features on his mountain edifice are two large caves, resembling eyes, and a cliff for a jaw, which lifts up and down when he talks puffing up dust and boulders. Upon exiting the mountains, Sierra Highway enters the Antelope Valley and serves as one of the main streets of Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), and Rosamond (Rosamond, California). The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad. Just shy of Mojave (Mojave, California) the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, and Sierra Highway shares the active routing of SR 14 passing through downtown Mojave. 57.8 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond (Rosamond, California), Edwards AFB (Edwards Air Force Base)


original location

is the original location of the boarding area of the Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland. The queue goes up some stairs in a wooden shack and reaches the area where the riders board the trains. Leaving the outdoor loading station, riders enter a dark tunnel. The sounds of bats can be heard as the trains make a right hand turn and then a left hand turn before climbing the first lift hill. To the left of the trains, guests can view a series of rainbow colored caverns. These are also placed as a tribute to the Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland. At the top, the trains exit into the daylight and stayed slow at the drop before making a 180-degree turn drop to the right before leveling out into the left-hand turn, before making a small drop and climb, and then making another right-hand turn (passing under a tree with several opossums (Virginia opossum) hanging from it). The trains then drop down into a cave (where two coyotes are howling on top of), rise up, hit a block brake, make a right-hand turn, exit the tunnel, and climb the second lift hill. thumb left The dark cave on Big Thunder Mountain RR (File:Dark tunnel in Thunder Mountain RR.JPG) *Rome, New York (ROM) (Amtrak station) (Rome (Amtrak station)) *Rosamond, California (RSM) (Amtrak station) (Rosamond (Amtrak station)) *Roseburg, Oregon (RBG) Bus Stop '''KIIS-FM''' (102.7 FM (FM broadcasting) "102.7 KIIS-FM") is a Los Angeles, California, USA-based radio station with a partial Contemporary hit radio musical format. It is owned by Clear Channel Communications. KIIS is also simulcasted on KVVS in Rosamond (Rosamond, California), at 105.5 MHz. Known as "102.7 KIIS-FM" and as one of the United States' highest-rated top 40 stations, "KIIS" is pronounced as "kiss" and is the origin of the national KISS-FM brand (KISS-FM (brand)). KIIS was named the 2007 Station of the Year in the contemporary hit radio top 40 category for market size 1 to 25 at the national Radio & Records convention. Other stations applaud WIXX in national radio judging; Warren Gerds; November 19, 2007 ''Green Bay Press-Gazette''; Retrieved November 19, 2007 ''The Rat Patrol'' From 1966 to 1968 over the course of two seasons and 58 episodes, George played the lead role of Sergeant Sam Troy in ''The Rat Patrol''. The television show followed the exploits of four Allied soldiers (Allies of World War II) who were part of a long range desert patrol group (Long Range Desert Group) in the North African campaign during World War II. , achieving a national speed record in the flying quarter mile. Almquist, Ed. "Hot Rod Pioneers, The Creators of the Fastest Sport on Wheels", Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-7680-0232-X All Chevy Magazine article, August 1988, Michael Lufty Originally, he had no intention of producing any additional manifolds, but the overwhelming response following his phenomenal speed in a 1932 Ford prompted Edelbrock to make more. This was the first product he sold commercially and marked the beginning of the company as it is known today. Edelbrock ultimately manufactured 100 of the ''Slingshot'' manifolds. Broadcasts can normally be heard beginning as far south as Rosamond, California, on State Route 14 (California State Route 14) to the State Route 58 (California State Route 58) turn off in Mojave, California. The broadcast is audible on State Route 58 from Mojave through Barstow, California, where State Route 58 ends into Interstate 15 (Interstate 15 (California)). From Barstow north on the 15 broadcast can be heard normally past the Nevada state line and in the Las Vegas Valley itself. Audible broadcast can normally be picked up on the majority of State Route 138 (California State Route 138) to its junction with Interstate 15 and also Interstate 40 (Interstate 40 (California)) from Barstow to around Kingman, Arizona. Realignment Following a major realignment of the route and assumption into the state highway system around 1922, the main Midland Trail alignment in California bypassed early stagecoach-era stops at Freeman and Willow Springs and at the Neuralia railroad siding, and now routed through Red Rock Canyon (Red Rock Canyon State Park (California)) to Mojave. The earlier alignment took a high line route to the west in the Sierra Nevada (Sierra Nevada (U.S.)) and Scodie Mountains foothills around it following the Los Angeles Aqueduct route past Jawbone Canyon, thence following the Southern Pacific railroad tracks through Rosamond (Rosamond, California) and Lancaster (Lancaster, California) and on to Los Angeles, following the route that was later assigned to U.S. Route 6—the Sierra Highway) in 1937. Story Billy the Mountain, a typical mountain which poses for postcards, lives between the cities of Rosamond, California and Gorman, California with his wife Ethell, a tree. The main features on his mountain edifice are two large caves, resembling eyes, and a cliff for a jaw, which lifts up and down when he talks puffing up dust and boulders. Upon exiting the mountains, Sierra Highway enters the Antelope Valley and serves as one of the main streets of Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), and Rosamond (Rosamond, California). The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad. Just shy of Mojave (Mojave, California) the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, and Sierra Highway shares the active routing of SR 14 passing through downtown Mojave. 57.8 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond (Rosamond, California), Edwards AFB (Edwards Air Force Base)


exploits

in ''The Rat Patrol''. The television show followed the exploits of four Allied soldiers (Allies of World War II) who were part of a long range desert patrol group (Long Range Desert Group) in the North African campaign during World War II. Along with fellow Rat


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category for market size 1 to 25 at the national Radio & Records convention. Other stations applaud WIXX in national radio judging; Warren Gerds; November 19, 2007 ''Green Bay Press-Gazette''; Retrieved November 19, 2007 ''The Rat Patrol'' From 1966 to 1968 over the course of two seasons and 58 episodes, George played the lead role of Sergeant Sam Troy

, California , on State Route 14 (California State Route 14) to the State Route 58 (California State Route 58) turn off in Mojave, California. The broadcast is audible on State Route 58 from Mojave through Barstow, California, where State Route 58 ends into Interstate 15 (Interstate 15 (California)). From Barstow north on the 15 broadcast can be heard normally past the Nevada state line and in the Las Vegas Valley itself. Audible broadcast can normally be picked up on the majority


national radio

category for market size 1 to 25 at the national Radio & Records convention. Other stations applaud WIXX in national radio judging; Warren Gerds; November 19, 2007 ''Green Bay Press-Gazette''; Retrieved November 19, 2007 ''The Rat Patrol'' From 1966 to 1968 over the course of two seasons and 58 episodes, George played the lead role of Sergeant Sam Troy


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(automobile) fenders and hubcaps, on November 16, 1941, Edelbrock drove the car in 7.41 seconds at a speed of , achieving a national speed record in the flying quarter mile. Almquist, Ed. "Hot Rod Pioneers, The Creators of the Fastest Sport on Wheels", Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. ISBN 0-7680-0232-X All Chevy Magazine article, August 1988


passing

a narrow rock wall and passing under the tracks. The surrounding walls were originally created from 100 tons of gold ore from Rosamond (Rosamond, California). Within this half of the queue, a series of Wild West themed features including a mining town (called "Big Thunder") and a water cranking machine. The mining town

to the Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland. At the top, the trains exit into the daylight and stayed slow at the drop before making a 180-degree turn drop to the right before leveling out into the left-hand turn, before making a small drop and climb, and then making another right-hand turn (passing under a tree with several opossums (Virginia opossum) hanging from it). The trains then drop down into a cave (where two coyotes are howling on top of), rise up, hit a block brake, make

streets of Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), and Rosamond (Rosamond, California). The highway runs parallel to the modern Route 14 and the railroad. Just shy of Mojave (Mojave, California) the freeway portion of Route 14 ends, and Sierra Highway shares the active routing of SR 14 passing through downtown Mojave. 57.8 Rosamond Boulevard – Rosamond (Rosamond, California), Edwards AFB (Edwards Air Force Base)

Rosamond, California

'''Rosamond''' is a census-designated place (CDP) in Kern County (Kern County, California), California, USA (United States), near the Los Angeles (Los Angeles County) county line. north of Lancaster (Lancaster, California) at an elevation of 2342 feet (714 m). According to 2010 United States census data, the town population was 18,150.

The Postal Service shows portions of Rosamond as having the names Tropico Village, California, named after a mine, and Willow Springs (Willow Springs, Kern County, California).

Rosamond Skypark Airport, Federal Aviation Administration identifier '''L00''' (with two zeroes), is located at runway.

Wired telephone numbers in Rosamond follow the format (661 (area code 661)) 256-xxxx and the entire city is included in ZIP Code 93560.

According to the Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance report Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance of 2009 the ''Palmdale Lancaster, CA Urbanized Area'' (a US Census Bureau defined term) has a population of 483,998, which Rosamond is a part of.

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