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January 13, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca Our hours have changed. In January the Lake has waterfowl hunting every Wednesday, all day, and on Sunday morning. That means we are closed all day on Wednesdays and do not open for fishing on Sundays until 10:00 am. the tackle shop opens at 8 am on weekdays and at 6:00am on Saturdays. On Sunday 2 Ruddy's and 2 Spoony's were taken. There are still a few slots available for one day hunting. The cost is $75.00 for a one day hunt. Please call the district office at 619-447- 8123 and ask for Georgia. We have had wonderful weather all this week. The trout are biting all over the lake. Best Bait: Power bait, night crawlers, power worms. Notables: Tony Whitney from Carlsbad caught a 3.9 pound trout on Chartreuse power bait at the finger jetty. Julie Mangette of Imperial Beach caught a 5 pound trout on a red Rapala at Secret Spot #2. Austin Kameron caught his first fish a 3 pound trout on green power bait. Jolynn Skinner, 10 years old of Alpine caught a trout weighing 7.6 pounds on rainbow power bait at the east Finger Jetty. Jake Howard, 12 years old from San Diego caught a 4.7 pound trout on green power bait at Lone Pine. James Saloufakos of El Cajon caught a 6 pound trout on a worm and power bait at Lone Pine. Michael Krupbnak, 12 years old of Carlsbad, caught a 4 pound trout on worms and power bait at Lone Pine. Bill Mace of Spring Valley caught 3 trout weighing a total of 9 pounds, the largest 5.2 pounds, on power bait at the Dike. The free fishing class is held every Saturday at the launch ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie at 10:00 am. The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For All Private Vessels Before A Launch. Float Tubes And Waders Must Be Washed Down Before Using The Lake. There Is A Fee For The Wash Down. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, please call 877-581-9904. Strange But True by Samantha Weaver It was 19th-century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer who made the following sage observation: "If we were not all so interested in ourselves, life would be so uninteresting that none of us would be able to endure it." Emmy-nominated actress Debbie Reynolds was fired by Warner Brothers after her first movie. When a seal goes to sleep, whether in the sea or on land, it stops breathing. Every 15 minutes or so it will wake up to take a breath, then it will go back to sleep. (c) 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. I Happy New Year Another fantastic birding year has come and gone. What was your greatest moment? Mine was the 10-second visit I had from a male painted bunting. Prayer, faith and white millet brought him in. I-Iereg wishing all my readers a happy, peace- ful and bird-filled 2010. E-mail: King Features Syndicate, tn, The Julian News 11 S OLD ! "'o.C:::::::::: Ceh 760-213-1185 Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000, Email: Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years A new thought is a light beam, revealing things that were not seen, creating worlds that have not been. We begin the new year with a vision and a dream. The earth is a wondrous nourishing system for all the life that swims, crawls, walks, slithers, and flies across its face. The forms of life that move upon the earth and the source of life that pulses from the Sun make a benign and supportive system--" one that offers us something to emulate. Do we emulate? Perhaps we emulate by first seeing how nature circulates. Everywhere on the globe all parts exchange and interact with all others, ensuring sustained existence through an ever- impressive dynamic balance. It is as though one big self is seeing that its many little pieces work together in the business of sustaining one big life. Among human beings this big self emerges when we willingly join our parts into a working whole. This is pure cooperation. And how we thrive when this renewing current flows through us! Goodwill and sharing are its happy manifestations. But opting for the model of competition we have succeeded in putting many blocks upon our planet's circulating flow--including those we place upon the resources of the earth, from the growing and distribution of food to the sharing of the fruits of our labors with others--unless of course a price tag is placed upon such "sharing." Unhappiness is the bitter fruit we glean. Our little selves intervene, blocking nature's big self living scheme. But I like to think that within us all the seeds of that big self quietly rest, just waiting to be tended, especially now as already much of our competitive system has dead-ended. So let us not throw up our hands and retreat. Let us roll up our sleeves to plan, create and meet. Jane Goodall, the renowned scientist made famous from her study of chimp society in Africa has created a positive program for young people interested in making a difference all over the world. The Roots and Shoots program is about seeing positive change happen--for our communities, for animals and people, and for the environment. You can learn about it at www. Here is her seed thought: "Roots creep underground everywhere and make a firm foundation. Shoots seem very weak, but to reach the light, they can break open brick walls. Imagine that the brick walls are all the problems we have inflicted on our planet. Hundreds of thousands of roots and shoots, hundreds of thousands of young people around the world can break through these walls. You can change the world." - Dr Jane Goodall w * * Winter actions are vibrantly underway in Julian on the community gardening front. Kathleen Beck and Laurel Granquist have planted cover crop seeds of Crimson Clover, Purple Vetch and Fava at the Orchard Lane Garden at the property of Michele Harvey and Michael Hart. A cover crop is sometimes called "green manure" as it adds nitrogen and green matter to the soil, protects the plot in the dormant season and minimizes erosion. Added to this we now have lettuce, onions, broccoli and garlic in the ground. In the springtime the soil will share its revelations in the newly sprouting seeds. We have planted twelve fruit trees, including peach, apricot, cherry, nectarine, pear and apple in this space and the Intergenerational Teaching Garden behind the Wynola Farms marketplace. We have also anchored a row of young conifers in this new garden to protect from the wind and elements--including Cedars, Jeffrey and Coulter pines. Our youngest gardeners Calla, Phoenix and Jethro have been ebullient participants in this newest plot of land. (See photo of Calla) Thank you Albert and Lydia Lewis for granting this space with such a plentiful future ahead! We are actively open to receiving donations of garden helpful items such as tools, straw bails, soil amendments, etc. to help these projects thrive. Attend our upcoming Julian Food Co- op meeting on January 20th at 4:00 pm in the Julian Library for updates on gardening activities developing through winter and into spring. Join us and contribute your part to coming harvests, learn tips and techniques for your own home garden site and add your voice to all the possibilities emerging in this this nascent time of growth and the promise of coming abundance. Bring your vision and dream. Have you visited the Julian Co-op website yet? Go to www. JulianFoodCo- to read our statement of purpose, and learn more about what is going on and how you might get involved. If you have any suggestions, call our website creator Arlene Smith at 760-765-1825. Did you know that the Julian Certified Farmers' Market at , I.T[ R l' [ __ c Also called "plush plant" or "cat's ears" kalanchoe tomentosa '[ or[ is found in the wild only on the Panda island of Madagascar, off the east coast of Africa, and only there does it grow to several feet or more. As a house or garden plant, it can grow as high as 18 inches. Being a succulent, it thrives in well-drained soil and bright light. Its leaves are entirely covered with dense, silvery-white "hairs" 2009 by King Features Syndicate, tnc, World rights reserved. Wynola Farms 4470 Highway 78 is still going on every Sunday? Hours go from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. It is pleasing to see fresh produce, breads and hot food appearing here in the cooler months. Live and lively music still wafts upon the air. Contact Albert Lewis at 760-885-8364 if you'd like to rent a space as part of the weekly gathering of food producers and vendors. Kathleen Beck has brought back her gracious locally grown food delivery service, Peoples Food Link, to Julian. Food boxes will be delivered to your door on Sundays. Get on her email list at to be a part of this beneficence. Visit her blog at: http://julianlocavore. Call or email John Raifsnider at 760-765-2722 skyword@ or Kathleen Beck at 760-765-2548 eletreebug@ to network and offer your thoughts. This Home Is A Steal! Just Reduced Amazing Views 2,725 sq ft. 3 large bedroom suites, each with own bath. Built in 2004. Entertainer's kitchen fully equipped with the finest appliances. This home has all the high-tech bells and whistles including a detached hobby room. Listed at $529,000. http.'//31911akeview. JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: Emaih Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view  homes or land in these areas. Check my website for Borrego Springs listings. Current Shelter Valley Listings Gunslinger Trail, 1 acre lot. Priced to sell at just $27,000. Tanglefoot Trail, 1.44 acre; fenced; on cul-de-sac; VIEWS. $29,500. JUST LISTED 3 Manufactured homes in popular Butterfield Ranch Resort. 2BR/IBA, est. 744 sq. ft., $49,900. 3BR/2BA, est. 1178 sq. ft., fumiture negotiable, $59,900. 3BR/2BA, double wide, est. 1228 sq. ft., $79,900. Each sits on a very nice lot. 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A variety of enriching activities occur all day, every day in a program filled with life's joy. Complimentary tours, luncheons and on-sight assessment program provide a sense of our charm and our service excellence. Office is open daily from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Owner operated by the Cioffi family for over 30 years, we offer short term respite stays, day care program, assisted living, dementia and hospice care in an open and airy country setting. Furnished Semi-Private rates from $2,850.00 per month. Private rooms from $3,550.00 973 Arnold Way, Alpine, Ca. 91901 Phone 619-445-5291 Fax 619-445-5844 Visit us at State license number 374-600-694