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January 11, 2012 The Julian News 11 FISHING REPORT Howdy From Lake Cuyamaca No Report This Week Highway -$2 continued from page 9 and the CarrJllo Ranch House at former Warner's Ranch: Traveler's had a, choice at this junction of the route, San Diego to the left and Los Angeles and San Francisco to the right. It was a long time coming to establish a route for travelers to successfully cross over the mountains on what we now know as Highway S-2. o today when you are caught behind one of the recreation vehicles on our local highways on their trip over our local mountains to the recreational desert, stop and think about the past and the hardships endured by the early travelers on the same route. These are my principles. If you don't like them, I have others. -- Groucho Marx 1. Name the four N.L. pitchers to win the Cy Young Award in consecutive years. 2. It took just 1,303 innings for pitcher Kerry Wood to record 1,500 career strikeouts. Who held the mark for fewest innings to reach that mark before Wood? 3. Who holds the NFL record for most TD passes caught in a season? 4. Three No. 11 seeds have advanced to the NCAA Final Four in men's basketball. Name two of them. 5. True or false: Until the 2010- 11 NHL campaign, the Anaheim Mighty Ducks and Los Angeles Kings had never gone to the playoffs in the same season. 6. How many total medals did U.S. boxers tally in the Olympics between 2000 and 2008? 7. Who was the last enior golfer before John Cook (2010- 11) to win the last tournament of one Champions Tour season and the first tournament of the next season? answers on page 14 Cindy Brook Build a Sanctuary Five ideas: I. Build a brush pile. 2. Make a ground feeding area near some bushes. 3. Put up a large central feeder on a four-by-four post. 4. Have at least two birdbaths filled with clean water daily. 5. If you can, don't use any pesticides. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rrcom @ 2011 King Features Syndicate. Inc. 2 3 i IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII!H I I i:i#:!:i Red Fox Apple . Realty 1. Charming Julian Castle IXyer Email: DRE: 01419334 Website: s ill 6 Stunning & beautiful 1.335 Sq Ff 3111) 3BA property, .17 Acims. q ~bol ceilings, fire sprinkler system, solid chef%, hardwood floo~,-s and dcnmt crown molding, fabulous Gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops, lormal dining, laundD morn propane burning stove: Closets are customized b~ Calilbrnia Ck)sets. Separale guest suite downstaivs, incl kitchenette, All appliances are cncrgs, efficient, security s~s~cm, heating and air. REDUCED again NOW $395,1100. 4. Catalina Island and Ocean Views ..... 2. Purchase your own Private Ghost Town 5.000 sq,fl, total coverage, ne~ roof, 1.5-~Ac~es. up to 4 BI). 2BA. Sunken spa in Master BD. I'wo guest houses. Big Barn up to 6 car garage:workshop, covered RV Parking, observati~m deck. garrick,s, knotty pine kitchen. I g(10"s parlor wood stave_ electric gate, green house. ~me cellar, room lbr ht rses: corva~s,~ Originally $245,000_ JUST REDUCEI) S56,000. NOW SI89,000. 3. NEW BANK IME Newly remodeled 1,421 est. sq. ft.. 2Bd 1,5 Ba. 2.87 acres. 1.5 car garage, hardwood floor, beautiful slate rock work. granite kitchen, ne~ stainless appliances, laundU room. fully fenced, large mature u'ees & pines. New 5,000-galkm water tank_ 100% solar powered. 60gpm well. Selgsufficient home located in Cuyamaca Woods. beautifid and very private! SALE S280,000. Built in 2007 3BR. property circular bathrooms panoramic PRICE 1.9 Acres, This floors, open kitcheu. aster bedroom, two lull front of lhe house with S 199.900. Now St 79.001L 5. Beautiful French Victorian Enjoy this secluded t.782 SqFt 3BD 2.5 BA property, It is heavily treed on 2 acres. Fabulous Gourmet kitchen & tbmml dining, Huge rock fireplace. 100% Braced. Wrap around covered wood decks, giant master with sitting areas, detached extra 24'x30' RV parking style barn plus guest house /garage/~orkshop, enclosed RV parking 13' high automatic mlhtp door. t)~ner may carry al 4% APR. Originally $399.000 REIlltCEI) SSIt.liltli NOW S349.000! 7. Beautiful Julian Home Charming beautiful house located in Kcntwood area. 7(14 sq. ft. IBD. ILarge Loft, IBA, .25 Acres. Fully furnished, perfect formountain living, real knotb pine walls throughout, stairs to large loft room sleeps 6 easily, new wood bunting stove, open kitchen with eat-in space, large t586 sq. IL~ lrex Decking, huge covered wood patio, laundD, morn is m basemenk ch'cular drive~a) with lois of parking, big trees & pines. Great Condition! Ori~inall~ l.isted at $239.000. NOW S209.000. 8. 1 Acre LAND Panoramic Views 6. 3.33 Acre- LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful Properb in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines arc m. Price includes beaulifid RV ~v Corian counter raps. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanke~ perk lot 3 bedroom. Original well productkm 22 GPM. Water to building site. O~ner may cam financing. Originally $244.500. $150,000. PRICE REDUCI'ION! NOW S94~400 Beautiful View ProperD in Cu3 amaca Woods. Includes Water Meter to building site and Septic is in. ttome pictured uas lost in 2003 Fire, l'his parcel has potential for re-build status ~ilh County Building l)ep~mcnt Blanket perk {bt 3 bedroom 2 bath. Completed house plans. PRICE RI{I)UC/{I)! Was $59.000 Now $44.900. .28 Acres- LAND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake . Home pictured ~abovet burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire Pad is cleared and clean. Propertb includes orig inal house plans & Septic can. l'roperty has septic, wmer & electricity. Originalb listed at $139.000. $93,000. PRICE REI)UCTION NOW $46,000! 4367 H' y78 P,O. Box 484 Julian, CA 9ao36 (located next to Wy?nola Pizza) Most people never run far enough on -&l design. ii theirfirst wind tofind out they've got e A: This is yet another reason a second. ,~ William James why you should never put much o b stock in the opinions of neighbors o -- even those who think they are experts --- when it comes to antiques and collectibles. contacted several certified appraisers and they seem to agree that your "pillow vase" by Edward Diers could be worth as much as $30,000. 1 A resolution good for all Vegetables are full of vitamins,/ 'l [ /'-5-. minerals and fiber, all crucial for healthy eating. In the coming year, [ resolve to add more {o your diet by / Itffl ) /growing them in pots or your / garden,,or by patronizing local I farmers markets or buying Co-ops. [ I Find new recipes featuring veggies, [ [' / I and share and swap with Br~~ / [ J \\ '%1 friends and family. . Pillow Vase 2011 by King Features Syndicate. Inc. World rigl~ts reserved. Q: I have an unusual family heirloom that was given to my great grandparents when they were married in Buffalo, N.Y., in June 1900. It ts a sea-green "pillow vase" painted and signed by Edward Diers. I've seen a duplicate m a pottery book, but no value was given. I don't want to sell it since it's an heirloom, but I am nevertheless curious about its value. My neighbor is a pottery collector and th/nks it could be worth as much as $1,000 because of its unique 399 Lexington Road, Concord, Massachusetts 01742 Q: My morn recently gave me a two-gallon crock that she thinks is at least a 100 years old. It has a white glazed surface with a large "2" and Monmouth Pottery Company, Monmouth, ILL" imprinted on the side. I have been offered $150 for it, but think it might be worth more. -- Laura, Hondo, Texas A: Take the $150. Your crock is worth about $75, according to the "Antique Trader Stoneware and Blue and White Pottery Price Guide" edited by Kyle Husfloen. recently saw a similar crock made by the same company sell at au ction for $45. Q: We have a copy of The New Zealand Fantail Hobbies Q: Several years ago I bought a framed picture at a tag sale of Louisa May Alcott's "Orchard House" in Concord. I would like to know its value and if a library would benefit in having it. --Cynthia, Barre, Vt. A: I recommend you contact the curator of the Louisa May Alcott "Orchard House" museum, magazine from 1972. It is 36 pages and appears to be typed on a typewriter. It is in very good condition. --Martins, Phelps, N.Y. A: Although your publication is interesting, it does not have any real value as a collectible. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlahdo, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aoLcom. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail. 2012 King Features Syndicate. Inc, To keep your marriage brimming, with love in the wedding cup, whenever you're wrong, admit it; whenever you're right, shut up. Ogden Nash