Zombie Walk fills streets with happy ghouls

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  • James Henry was deliciously ghoulish at Computers & Games for the Frazier Park Zombie Walk.

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    James Henry was deliciously ghoulish at Computers & Games for the Frazier Park Zombie Walk.

  • Barry Ailetcher snapped this grisly tribe asthey staggered down Mt. Pinos Way through Frazier Park’s business section tothe Coffee Cantina where they had cookies and Halloween treats.

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    Barry Ailetcher snapped this grisly tribe asthey staggered down Mt. Pinos Way through Frazier Park’s business section tothe Coffee Cantina where they had cookies and Halloween treats.

  • Over at the Frazier Park Library, photographer Russell Orrell found exotic wildlife. Josie, 6 the Tinkerbell Frankenstein and her brother Sir Jacob, 8 a gallant knight in shining armor, Order of the Silver Stallion. These two are the grandchildren of Anna Wieczorek of Frazier Park, professor of theatre at Loyola Marymount University.

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    Over at the Frazier Park Library, photographer Russell Orrell found exotic wildlife. Josie, 6 the Tinkerbell Frankenstein and her brother Sir Jacob, 8 a gallant knight in shining armor, Order of the Silver Stallion. These two are the grandchildren of Anna Wieczorek of Frazier Park, professor of theatre at Loyola Marymount University.

  • “A daycare provider’swork is never done,”writes Robin Barrington atRobin’s Nest Preschool inLebec. “What a day! I hadto dress as a princess,drink tea (apple juice)from small tea cups, eatheart shaped sandwichesfrom fine china, dance(which included lots oftwirling), paint six littleprincesses’ fingernails’pink...and I had a blast!”She sent a photo of theglass shoes (and sorebaby toes) to prove it.Wendy Watson and 3-yearoldChloe took photos.

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    “A daycare provider’swork is never done,”writes Robin Barrington atRobin’s Nest Preschool inLebec. “What a day! I hadto dress as a princess,drink tea (apple juice)from small tea cups, eatheart shaped sandwichesfrom fine china, dance(which included lots oftwirling), paint six littleprincesses’ fingernails’pink...and I had a blast!”She sent a photo of theglass shoes (and sorebaby toes) to prove it.Wendy Watson and 3-yearoldChloe took photos.

The Coffee Cantina and Computers and Games (above Cavey’s Pizza) hosted two zombie walks in Frazier Park for Halloween. Scott Parsons said 86 showed up Sunday, and another wave flowed through Oct. 31.

James Henry was deliciously ghoulish at Computers & Games for the Frazier Park Zombie Walk. Barry Ailetcher snapped this grisly tribe as they staggered down Mt. Pinos Way through Frazier Park’s business section to the Coffee Cantina where they had cookies and Halloween treats.

Over at the Frazier Park Library,

photographer Russell Orrell found exotic wildlife:

Josie, 6 the Tinkerbell Frankenstein and her brother Sir Jacob, 8 a gallant knight in shining armor, Order of the Silver Stallion. These two are the grandchildren of Anna Wieczorek of Frazier Park, professor of theatre.

Meanwhile in the land of princesses…

“A daycare provider’s work is never done,” writes Robin Barrington at Robin’s Nest Preschool in Lebec. “What a day! I had to dress as a princess, drink tea (apple juice) from small tea cups, eat heart shaped sandwiches from fine china, dance (which included lots of twirling), paint six little princesses’ fingernails’ pink…and I had a blast!” She sent a photo of the glass shoes (and sore baby toes) to prove it. Wendy Watson and 3-year-old Chloe took photos.

This is part of the November 02, 2012 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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