March 2021

Mailboxes in Lone Pine, CA

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121 E Bush St

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Lone Pine, CA 93545

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1301 N Norma St

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Inyokern, CA 93555

42800 20 Th West

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Lancaster, CA 93536

2747 Boulder Dr

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June Lake, CA 93529

20358 W Valley Blvd

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Tehachapi, CA 93561

42103 50 Th St W

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Lake Hughes, CA 93536

82905 Searles St

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Trona, CA 93562

829 W Palmdale Blvd

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Palmdale, CA 93551

29 Kingsley

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Bridgeport, CA 93517

28999 S Lower Valley Rd

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Arvin, CA 93561

1301 N Norma St

Albertsons
Ridgecrest, CA 93555

7594 California City Blvd

Vpo California City
California City, CA 93505

1950 W Rosamond Blvd

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Rosamond, CA 93560

7594 California City Blvd

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Mojave, CA 93505

121 E Bush St

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Lone Pine, CA 93545

30235 Woodford Rd

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Keene, CA 93531

1190 N Main St

Vons
Bishop, CA 93514

27750 Caliente Bodfish Rd

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Caliente, CA 93518

26990 Anderson St

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Boron, CA 93516

10 S Muroc Dr

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Edwards, CA 93523

17234 Pearblossom Hwy

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Llano, CA 93544

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Lone Pine is a census designated place (CDP) in Inyo County, California, United States. Lone Pine is located 16 miles (26 km) south-southeast of Independence, at an elevation of 3,727 feet (1,136 m). The population was 2,035 at the 2010 census, up from 1,655 at the 2000 census. The town is located in the Owens Valley, near the Alabama Hills and Mount Whitney, between the eastern peaks of the Sierra Nevada to the west and the Inyo Mountains to the east. From possible choices of urban, rural, and frontier, the Census Bureau identifies this area as "frontier". The local hospital, Southern Inyo Hospital, offers standby emergency services. The town is named after a solitary pine tree that once existed at the mouth of Lone Pine Canyon. On March 26, 1872, the very large Lone Pine earthquake destroyed most of the town and killed 27 of its 250 to 300 residents.

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