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January 27, 2010 FISHING REPORT" News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis No Report This Week The Lakes hours have changed. In January the Lake has waterfowl hunting every Wednesday, all day, and on Sunday morning. That means they are closed all day on Wednesdays and do not open for fishing on Sundays until 10:00 am. The tackle shop opens at 8am on weekdays and at 6:00am on Saturdays. Junior Water Fowl Hunt is Saturday, February 7, 2010. Open to hunters 12 - 15 years of age[I! 'Send a post card with Name, Age, Hunting License number, Address and Phone number to: Lake Cuyamaca Jr Water Fowl Hunt, 15027 Hwy 79, Julian, CA 92036 to be entered in the drawing... Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. 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. SOLD ! "':",::::::::: Talk to me about other Great listings. Listed for $549,000. Eat Your Vegetables by Shirley Dean Envy the Okinawans, the inhabitants of the 161 islands that stretch 600 miles between Japan and Tiawan. When Okinawans die, it is at the average age of 86 for women and over 75 for men, making them the longest-lived people in the world. Their population includes more than 400 centenarians out of 1- 3 million (about 33 per 100,000 compared with 5 to 10 per 100,000 in the United States. Heart disease is minimal, stroke rate is low, breast cancer is so rate that mammograms are not necessary and most aging men there have never even heard of prostate can cancer. What accounts for this astonishing Shangri-La- like situation? What do the Okinawans know and do that we don't? Is it on their genes? Can we emulate them? For starterS, a book, "The Okinawa Way: Exploring Okinawans's Recipes for longer Lives," based on a 25-year centenarian study among Okinawans, dispels the notion that genetics explains the population's advantage in Smart Shopping ABCs avoiding illnesses like arterial disease. (NAPSA)--This year, make a resolution you can keep: Adopt the ABCs of smart shopping .... A: Always check the store cir- cular for sales Deals and steals in your local paper's circular are an excellent road map for maximizing your shopping trips. Don't forget to check online if you missed the print editions. Ceh 760-213-1185 B: Buy store brands to save up to 30 percent Opting for store brands when it comes to such staples as batteries, personal care items and over-the- counter medicati.ons is a great way to save. Not only are the national-brand alternatives less expensive, purchasing them need- n't mean sacrificing quality. CVS/pharmacy store brands, for example, undergo the same strin- gent, three-phase FDA testing as their national-brand counterparts. C: Cash in coupons for extra savings Most retailers let shoppers use both in-store and manufacturers' coupons. Check for coupons online or in the paper. To ring up even more savings, carry a loyalty card, such as the CVS/pharmacy ExtraCare card, for instant and quai%erly rewards. Interesting fact: When Okinawans and other Japanese garOWupi~ anothe( CoUntry a6d bandon {heir tr&ditional ways, they take on the same arterial disease risk as those in their adopted country. Their genetics haven't changed, but their lifestyles have undergone profound alterations. So what it all boils down to is that catch-all word, lifestyle. The Okinawans, it appears, have made it all a science that pays off. Oinawan elders eat a daily average of seven servings of vegetables and fruits, seven servings of grauns and two servings of flavoniod-rich soy products. They also eat omega- 3-rich fish several times a week and minimal dairy products and meat. Exercise on the islands is a way of life - martial arts, traditional dance (which many learn at an early age) and lots of gardening and walking. Moreover, the exercise connects organically with and reinforces, spiritual beliefs, "which may just give them an extra shot of healing power. Now, whether Americans can follow the whole regimen (three services a day of Japanese sticky rice supplemented by buckwheat and wheat noodles may not be too enticing) is debatable. Some of it makes sense, of course, but altering one's cultural habits and mindset is no easy task. However, the vegetables and fruit intake is doable and we should do that at the very least. The above info. Came from the book titled: "The Okinawa Way: Email: Rick@3ullan Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 years OPEN MONDAY- FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 5PM araen Plants Birding for Kids Help get kids interested in birding with The Wonder of Wings, a beautiful soft-cover book written and illustrated by Erica Stux. Kids will love this delightful book with its 24 color bird illustrations and a poem for each species. Order a cop}, at or E-mail: bi~dingbits@cfl,~cem @ 2010 King Features Synd., tnc, Out m Wcxxt ~t~ J. Gm~t ~t~t All the world burns wood for heat, some out of necessity, others because they have to. Trees all over the planet have been used to sustain life, by cooking with and heating with wood. The energy released when wood burns can be measured in BTUs. This unit of energy is used primarily to measure heat stored in a fuel source. A tree is Nature's solar energy converter and storage device. This is an amazing ability for trees to take heat energy from sunlight and store it to be released when the tree is burned. Some energy can be stored for ten thousand years, the age of the oldest trees. As far as the release of carbon into the atmosphere when woods is burned, the same amount is released in the process of decay. The potential energy of wood, depends on the actual dry weight of the wood regardless of species, and density. Air-dried wood has 20% moisture, wood seasoned for a year will burn great, but it must be covered during wet weather to remain dry. The densest fuel wood is the best, in our region that is Oak wood, Black oak, Live oak, Canyon oak, even some Scrub oaks will burn with the greatest BTU value. Softwoods will burn hot but not long, this includes Pine, Cedar and Alder in our area. Pine wood contains unburnable resins that accumulate in chimneys and stovepipes. If you burn Pine, have your chimney cleaned or inspected every season. A cord of wood is measured as128 square feet, 4 foot wide, 4 foot tall, and 8 feet wide. A cord will usually consist of three tiers,16 inches wide, 4 foot tall and 8 feet long. The density of oak wood is 4400 pounds per cord, pine is 2200 pounds per cord. Pine is always a little cheaper than oak, but with half the BTU's. One pound of burned wood releases about 7000 BTU's. Multiply the BTU value by the weight of the cord, and you get 30.8 million BTU's for Oak and 15,8 million BTU's for Pine per cord The efficiency of burned wood also depends on what it is burned in, a woodstove or fireplace. The best woodstoves are 50% efficient, others being less, but still more efficient than a fireplace. Fireplaces can be as little as 20 % efficient, letting the rest of the liberated heat go up and out of the chimney. There are ways to make your fireplace more economical, this always includes spending more money. Lets keep our home fires burning, our wood dry, and our chimneys clean. Exploring Okinawans' recipes for Longer lives." Til~s about 'bananas: Leave bananas in a clos6d~brown paper bag at room temperature if they are not yet ripe. Place an apple in the bag to speed ripening. The apple gives off ethylene gas, which causes fruit to ripen. Once bananas become ripe. Put them in the refrigerator and store for no longer than two weeks. Avoid refrigerating unripe bananas as they will never ripen. One can mash and freeze ripe bananas in one-cup portions, or freeze whole, peeled bananas in plastic bags for use in later baking. Seek out areas in your home where you can store vegetables. This can include the refrigerator, a storage room, or cellar. Prepare vegetables for storage. Do not wash them if you plan to store, it reduces the storage life. Put the unwashed vegetables in perforated, or plastic bags. Take as much air as you can out of the bag before putting the vegetables in the refrigerator. An internet source tells us to never refrigerate bananas or tomatoes. They will lose flavor if refrigerated. To cook, or not to cook vegetables. It seems that cooking is crucial to our diets. It helps us to digest food without expending too much energy. A study in the British Journal of Nutrition last year found that a group of 198 people why followed a strict raw food diet, had normal levels of Vitamin A and relatively high levels of beta- continued on page 14 Lid A terrarium is a group of plants growing inside an enclosed, clear container. Once watered, the plants create a mini-environment, transpiring moisture through their leaves that condenses on the inside of the container and flows back container to the soil. / Soil , Sphagnum moss Do not ,Charcoal place it in full sun. Source: www'thegardenhdper'cm 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. The Julian News 11 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. 2BP-J1BA, est. 744 sq. ft., $49,900. 3BR/2BA, est. 1178 sq. ft., furniture negotiable, $59,900. 3BR/2BA, double wide, est. 1228 sq. ft., $79,900. Each sits on a very nice lot. Park amenities include, pools, spa, playground, convenience store, horse facilities This Home Is A Steal! Just Reduced Amazing Views 2,725 sq ft. 3 large bedroom suites, each with own bath. Built in 2004. 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