Yesterday I had to wake up at 5:15 in the morning and get all beautiful for our long day of filming.  We are working on Cathy’s film titled “Baker” about some seriously cool female bad-asses living in the middle of nowhere.  Cathy, our wonderful director, picked me up and we stopped to get Starbucks on the way.  Rosamond, CA is about 2 hours away from Huntington Beach and it was definitely a looong drive.

We started filming on location at this 1920s gold mining operation that is now just used for film sets.  It was a cool 108 degrees all day.  We were sweltering!

But we still managed to look awesome action star sexy.

After the bad-ass fight scene we drove a few miles farther into the middle of nowhere to a funky lookin’ sports bar called Coach’s.  The food was deeeelicious and we tasted the best water and soda we ever had.

Once we were all in a food coma from triple-decker grilled cheese sandwiches, fries, chicken strips, and burgers, we returned to set and filmed another couple of scenes.  Cathy is the nicest director ever and we had such a fun time.

Of course, we had to utilize our amazing location and snap a couple shots of the cool film props he has.  This is an old Pepsi vending machine with another one in the corner that reads: “Be sociable.  Drink a Pepsi.”  I love that.

Stay tuned here for more information about the film, and follow my friend and director/writer on Twitter @KitCatFilms



3 thoughts on “NOWHERE, CA

  1. Nowhere CA huh? There’s a lot more to Rosamond (and it’s neighboring vicinities) than you know. Putting it in a fictional perspective, picture the area as being the evolution of military and extra-terrestrial development. On the surface, it’s miles and miles and baron desert, with a network of abandoned mines and mining camps. What would be less observable and convincing would be underground tunnels and installations with high-speed magnetic rail systems that run its length, and beyond. The underground installations also serve as a landing and take-off area for UFOs (no kidding, REAL ETs). There’s more… Black Government Programs such as the Aurora and TR-3B crafts reside here too. It’s all a big government cover-up and conspiracy, with no allowances for defection.

    Why not change the plot of your movie, and turn it into an action-drama about the foregoing scenario? Perhaps the girls can accidently come across a lead to this cover-up. I’d even throw in jaded local authorities who deny any such thing, and tell the girls to leave, and not come back (by order of the G-men who work in the area to safeguard it). I can offer more input if you want, but, that’s up to you.

    1. Thanks, Mark! You should write movies! Unfortunately I was not the director and she has already moved on to other projects so I don’t think we can use your ideas! But I’d love to see your thoughts come to life! Thanks for writing! Byeee!

      1. Mark Young

        Thanks Natalie. You might think I’m a crackpot, and I know it sounds so far fetched but, my idea was based on sources that have actually worked at U.S. government underground installations. Their testimonies are unbelievable! Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2015 08:10:31 +0000 To:

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