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January 28, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis January 25, 2009 Winter Greetings from Lake Cuyamaca: Even with unstable weather conditions last week the trout bite remained steady for the bait dunkers. Success has been with night crawler/power bait combo. Trolling with Rapalas and Panther Martins providing some action. Use scent for the advantage due to stained water conditions. Junior Water Fowl Hunt is Saturday January 31, 2009. Lake OPENS at 10 AM for FISHING WINTER HOURS THROUGH MARCH 1, 2009 Monday-Friday 8 AM-4:30 PM Saturday, Sunday 6 AM-5PM Trout Bait: 12-16"inch leader, inflated night crawler smeared with scent, or Power Bait fished off the bottom. (Pautzkes Krill gel or liquid Krill scent) Best Trout Lures: Orange Rapala, Gold Panther Martin. Use scent (Krill gel works best) Best Trout Spots: Lone Pine, Dike, Chambers Park, Trolling entire lake. Notable: John Arena, Ramona, 41bs Rainbow, rainbow power bait/ night crawler/krill combo, secret spot. Denny Shadnoan, San Diego, 31bs 12 oz Rainbow, night crawler, Handicap pier, Dike. www.lakecuyamaca.org Fly Fishing: Try a Matuka or a Wolly Bugger worked slow. Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. Free Fishing Class Saturday at 10:AM: Ranger Willard will teach cold water Trout tactics. Prognosis: Weather conditions for the next week could slow down the bite. The inventory of trout in the lake is in the anglers favor. Use bait with scent close to shore, give it some slow action every few minutes. Trolling with Rapala's or Panther Martins (use scent) will provide some results with patience. Water temp 44-48 deg. Water Fowl results: (4) Mallard, (7) Widgeon, (1) Spoonbill, (1) Ruddy OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 8:30AM TO 5PM -- THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE LAUNCH A fee is charged. (boats, motors, float tubs, waders) More details under boat wash down. For more information: toll free (877) 581-9904, Fax (760) 765- 1749 The American College of Physicians (A CP)--a professional organization comprised of internal medicine physicians and medical students-- developed two guidelines on osteoporosis. One addresses diagnosis, the other management of the disease. They were published in the medical journal Annals of Internal Medicine. OUTDOOR TIPS YOU MAY E~E WA~TING YOIJl~ TIME I1= You ~TAY AT AN UNPCZODUCTIVE ICE FI~IING HOLE FOI~ MORE THAN 5 MINUTE.~...KEEP MOVING UNTIL YOU I:INP A GOOD ~POT... @ U~UALLY I.IOL E~ THAT PRODUCE WILL OONTINUE TO DO c-jO TNROUGNOUT THE YEAR But - $50 (Firehouse UpDate) continued from page 2 getting soil reports, septic layouts, boundary adjustments, etc. That exceedingly poor estimate, coupled with some other latent restrictions on the Jess Martin property, caused the oversight committee to recommend that we seek out some other options for building sites. We did as they suggested and that is,how we came to the property we are currently working with. So what did become of your original $50.00? It, like all the other funds for this project, are secured in a special bank account which may only be accessed for the direct or related costs of building a new station for Julian. We have spent money on: architectural work (design, plot plans, etc.); soil engineering (new property boundaries, septic layout, etc.). Also, in order to avoid as many future problems as possible, we have enlisted the assistance of a "Project Manager", Maril Parker, who has done an outstanding job in steering us clear 6f any more pitfalls such as occurred on the amount of cut and fill required on the Jess Martin property. None of your money has or will be spent on anything except the direct or indirect cost of building the new station. We intentionally restricted all revenue from the benefit fee that the voters passed a few years back. This was to protect us all from any future Fire District Boards from using this income for other purposes. The restriction is permanent and it is very clear. Monies derived from that benefit fee may only be used toward the construction and maintenance of the new station. We are taking every precaution to protect that aspect of the voter's wishes. Every dollar we have taken in is currently in a special, independent savings account, or has been spent on front costs of the construction project. We have been informed (by the fiduciary who is handling the trust) that the property should be available to us to begin construction by "...the second quarter..." of this year. That means June of '09 is the current target date for transfer of the land to the district. Please, keep this one fact in mind - estimates are only that, an estimate. Her estimate is based upon experience and estimates of the various legal hurdles which we need to clear. An accurate estimate of time in such a setting as we are in is at best an educated guesstimate, it is coming our way and we just need to be patient. Only after the property is fully conveyed to the district will we be spending any of your money on any permanent building related expense. Not Just for Cardinals Mix equal portions of black- oil sunflower, hulled sunflow- er hearts and safflower seed, and pour into a tube feeder. Not only will cardinals flock to your feeders, but other songbirds like tufted titmice, chickadees, buntings, finches, sparrows and nuthatches will eat it, too. It's an all-time- favorite mix. ~, 200g K~g Featmes Syndiosle, Inc. Wodd rights re~cved. FDA Warns Parents About the Dangers of Cough and Cold Medicine for Children by Christi Lewis, CHore In October 2008 a panel of FDA advisers, following the recommendations from drug manufacturers, voted in favor of a proposal that children under the age of 4 should not be given cold or cough medicines because they have not proven to be effective or safe. They have also found that children under the age of 2 should never be given these medicines because of "serious and potentially life-threatening side effects" from these medications. In particular, the presence of antihistamine in these OTC medicines, the substances which sedate or make a child sleepy, are especially dangerous. Medical experts agree. Dr. Michael Shannon, a pediatrician with Children's Hospital Boston and professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical is delighted. "These drugs are not effective. They do not work to relieve the symptoms of a cold." Dr. Daniel Rausch, director of the pediatric hospital program for New York University, underlined these concerns, saying that cold medicine is only effective at doses that are too strong to be safe for young children. So what alternatives exist to these over-the-counter cold and flu medications? The goal with any medication or comfort measure should be to support the immune system while bringing as much comfort to the child as possible. Over-the-counter medications do not cure or shorten the length of a cold, but merely act to suppress the symptoms. Below is a list of measure you can take to ensure your child recovers quickly and with as little discomfort as possible without interfering in their immune system function: Hydration and rest. Make sure the child receives plenty of water and plenty of rest. Clear fluids are best - broth, water, and herbal teas. Juices should be limited, as they contain sugars that may lower immune function. Also, holding them out of school for a few days to get over an illness is much preferable to having a cold or flu drag on for weeks because they aren't getting the rest they need - and possibly getting their classmates sick! Have a humidifier in the room with the child. Winter air, especially in heated homes, tends to dry out our mucous linings, making it difficult to breathe and cough up phlegm. If the child is severely congested, try adding eucalyptus or tea tree oil to the humidifier water to help open airways. Lukewarm sponge baths are the best way to bring down a fever in children. If necessary, children's ibuprofen and acetaminophen have still been proven safe and effective, and may be used in moderation if the child's discomfort is interfering with their ability to rest effectively. Aspirin is not safe to give to children. Saline irrigation solutions may be used to gently clean out sinus passages and relieve pressure. For sore throats, try gargling with warm salt water, or drink warm water or herbal tea mixed with honey and lemon. Elderberry syrup has been proven for centuries to help lungs expel mucous and stimulates immune system function. This mild herbal syrup is available in most pharmacies, and has no known side effects for children. Homeopathic remedies are a safe and gentle method for relieving symptoms and helping children recover quicker from colds and flu. Some of the most common homeopathics used for the flu are Oscillicoccinum, Influenzinum, Arsenicum, Gelsemium, Nux vomica, and Eupatorium. Homeopathics are designed to work with individual cold symptoms, so if you need help choosing which one is right for your child, pick up a book from the local library .on.homeopathic remedies, or ask a trained homeopath for advice. As with any illness, if your child appears listless and glassy-eyed, has a prolonged fever above 103, or at anytime you become worried about his or her condition, seek appropriate medical advice from a health professional. About the Author: Cristi Lewis, CHom., is a professional homeopath and holistic care practitioner (and a momt.) specializing in children's holistic care. Her practice, High Road Homeopathy, is located at 1455 Hollow Glen Rd. in Julian. She can be reached at 760-877-9939 or through her website at www.highroadhomeopathy.com. High Speed Chase Down Main Street And Out the 79 A man who led authorities on a chase Sunday (January 25) in a stolen three axle dump truck along our curvy mountains roads was taken into custody after the truck had rammed a patrol car, but no one was injured, a sheriff's lieutenant said. A California Highway Patrol officer began pursuing the stolen truck around 3:20 in the area of Highway 78 and Williams Ranch Road in Wynola and requested assistance when the driver would not stop. An attempt was made to stop the truck when it ran the road block and damaged the Sheriff's vehicle. The chase then went south along Highway 79 through the Cuyamaca Rancho and ended when a spike strip was used and the truck stopped at Japatul Valley Road at Interstate 8. No one was hurt in the chase or crash, and the truck driver, David Lee 37, was taken into custody. There are 40 spaces on the perimeter of the Monopoly board-22 of them are properties. Purchase A Reflective Sign To Mark Your Home The FireSafe Council of Greater Julian is making available reflective address signs. The cost is $30 per sign and a portion of the proceeds goes to benefit the FireSafe Council. This is a great way to mark your home at the roadside for emergency vehicles.., and also a great way to help the FireSafe Council with needed operating funds. Cost is $30 per sign 48" inches high with reflective numbers on both sides. Designed to last for years using powder coated steel, coated aluminum and polypropylene. This unique addressing system uses super reflective materials now being used by the highway department on Interstate systems. Manufactured 100% in the USA. Both CalFire (CDF) and JCFPD recommend reflective signage to make your home more easily identifiable in case of emergency. send checks payable to: FireSafe Council of Greater Julian P.O. Box 1514 Julian, CA 92036 www.julianfsc.org contact: (760) 765-9763 firesafe@julianfsc.org Meetings: 2nd Tuesday of Month 7:00-8pro 2130 Wynola Rd The Julian News 11 OOlO0000100lO00leOeellO00lOllO000llllO000lOtOlO00000 Reach San Diego County's Backcountry! i 761(}he4615n 223ai. We have Advertising Rates.." for every uuaget ". HEALTH SERVICES JULIAN MEDICAL CLINIC A DIVISION OF BORREGO COMMUNITY HEALTH FOUNDATION (Next To Town Hall) www.julianmedical.com 24 HOUR ANSWERING SERVICE Massage Therapy qaren qvlil(s H,H.P, Licensed Massage Therapist Cectified Yoga Instructor (760) 525-1119 Swedish * Therapeutic ,* Deep Tissue Acupressure Thai Massage Private Yoga Instruction Chair Massage ~ Reflexology Senior Residential Care ~~6~Bed Full Service Hospice & Dementia Case by Case Ucense ..... Senior Car~t :" #37.6ofo~9 SUNCREST LODGE 34540 Engineers Road and Highway 79 Chiropractor Physical Therapy