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February 1, 2012 FISHING REPORT Howdy From Lake Cuyamaca Did you know that if you have &apos;,metal fillings" in your mouth that the magnets on your kitchen refrigerator door constantly pulls you toward it and, as a result, its harder to diet. What "Skid Mark" usually does when she orders food at her favorite restaurant is to tell the waiter that she is ordering a "green salad, broiled boneless-skinless chicken breasts, and almond milk".., then she says to bring .... "lasagna, string pasta with alfredo sauce, garlic bread, and a beer".., so consequently, and in all honesty, she could just call it a mistake The wind here is the big story for the last week with cold east winds making it hard to enjoy a ..... day at the Lake. That's been the + norm. We have had some hearty anglers testing their exposure limits out on the water. We have had sightings of a mountain lion in the area.., and a bobcat took out one of our white geese yesterday. The racoon contingent is visiting nightly around the west shore restrooms, boathouse, trash cans, dumpsters, and tackle shop. And today is the last day of Waterfowl Hunting except for the Junior Waterfowl Hunt this Saturday. Our off season specials are still in effect.., tight lines... Dusty Britches. "Youth" Turkey Hunt Approved For Santa Ysable Preserve The County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday voted 3-2 to approve an annual two-day youth wild turkey hunt in the Santa Ysabel Preserve Supervisors Bill Horn, Dianne Jacob and Greg Cox voted to amend a County ordinance to allow the hunt. Chairman Ron Roberts and Supervisor Pam Slater-Price opposed the action. About a dozen public speakers at the Wednesday Board meeting were also split in their position on the hunt. Supporters, including the three supervisors, characterized the hunt as a positive way for young people to practice a legal hobby under the mentorship if experienced adults. The hunt's limited duration and . small number of participants, along with County staff's plans to set rules and boundaries for the hunt on the 3,800-acre space preserve that has no camp sites or residences, make the hunt a reasonable use of County land, supporters said. Opponents of the hunt, including Slater-Price and Roberts, said it was not appropriate on land that has been set aside for the public to enjoy and to preserve plants and animals. The hunt scheduled for March 23 and 24 for a maximum of 10 youth each day will be organized and supervised by the San Diego Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation. The preserve will be closed to the public during the hunt. The San Diego Chapter of the The Julian News 11 Apple Tree . Realty 2 We Advertise Your Home... Everyday Until It's Sold! 8 DRE: 01419334 aiek l>jer Email: Rick @JulianAppleTree.eom Website: JulianAppleTree.eom 1. Romance This Julian Castle Stunning & beautiful 1,335 Sq Ft 3BD 3BA properly, .17 Acres. 9 foot ceilings, fire sprinkler system, solid cherry hardwood floors and dental crown molding, tabulous Gourmet kitchen with granite counter tops+ furnlal dining, laundry room, propane burning stove: Closets are customized by California Closets. Separate guest suite downstairs, incl kitchenette. All appliances are energy efficient, security' system, heating and air. REDUCED agai, NOW $395,000. 4. Lovely Catalina Island&OceanViews Newly remodeled 1,421 est. sq. ft.. 2Bd 1.5 Ba, 2.87 acres. 1.5 car garage, hardwood floor, beautifid slate rock work, granite kitchen, new stainless appliances, laundry room. fully fenced, large mature trees & pines. New 5.000-gallon water tank. 100% solar powered. 60gpm well. Self-sufficient home located in Cuyamaca Woods, beautiful and ve private! SALE $280,000. 7. Sweet Julian Home Charming beautiful house located in Kentwood area. 704 sq. ft. I BD. l l.arge Loft. I BA..25 Acres. Fully furnished, perfect for mountain living, real knott3' pine walls throughout, stairs to large loft room sleeps 6 easily, new wood burning stove, open kitchen with eat-in space. large (586 sq. fl. Trex Decking, huge covered wood patio; laundry room is in basement, circular driveway with lots of parking, big trees & pines. Great Condition! Originally lasted at $239.000. NOW $209,000. 2. Fall in love with your own Private Ghost Town 5.000 sq.ft, total coverage, new root', 1.5-+ Acres, up to 4 BD, 2BA. Sunken spa in Master BD. To guest houses, Big Barn up to 6 car garage/workshop, covered RV Parking, observation deck. gardens, knotty pine kitchen. 1800's parlor wood stove, electric gate, green house, wine cellar, room lbr horses/corrals!. Originally $245.000. JUST REDUCED $56,1}00. NOW $189.000. 3. Romantic New Bank Owned Home Built in 2007 3BR, 2BA, 1,380 sAcres. This property has beautit'ul wood i,jlrxls, open kitchen, circular drive way. Jacu:eill,.ll bcdrnom, two full bathrooms, big deek#Lknt of the house with panoramic back coji'l. PRI C E REDI,JIs $199.900. Now $179,000. 5. Warm French Victorian Enjoy this secluded 1.782 SqFt 3BD 2.5 BA property, It is heavily treed on 2 acres. Fabulous Gournet kitchen & lbrnml dining+ Huge rock fireplace, [00% fenced, Wrap around covered wood decks, giant master with sitting areas, detached extra 24'x30' RV parking style barn plus guest house /garage/workshop, enclosed RV parking 13' high automatic rollup door. Owner mawr carry at 4% APR. Originally $399.000. REDUCED $50,000 NOW $349.000! 6. 3.33 Acre- Dream), LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful Property in Cuyamaca Woanels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price ilfhl RV w Corian counter tops. Original homLlJYin 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk fur 3 beinal well production 22 GPM. Water to btjp'. Ow.ner may cart3' financing. Originall) $244.,1  $150,000. PRICE REDUCTION! NOW $94,400 8. 1 Cozy Acre LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful View Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Includes Water Meter to building site and Septic is in. [lome pictured was lost in 2003 Fire. This parcel has potential for re-build, stares with County Building Department. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom 2 bath. Completed house plans. PRICE RIDUCFD! Was $59.000. Now $44,900. 9..28 Acres - Your Forever LAND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake Home pictured (above burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean. Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has septic, water & electricity. . Originally listed at $139.000. REDUCED $93.000. NOW $46.000! 4367 Hwy 78 P.O, Box 484 Julian, CA 9ao36 (located next to Wynola Pizza) National Wild Turkey Federation will pay the County an estimated $2,500 to cover the cost of two-day hunt and will enter into a formal agreement with the County on the exact details and rules of the hunt. The youth wild turkey hunt is subject to annual review by the Department of Parks and Recreation. ,,00Th ": "  > ,,, , +. e#'# Dust and particles in  ,What ,i00(I1,000100,rl me atmosphere attach to snow: .-- 00--s.o00ak00,00sm+form; aoes?y& snow alls. +" :" <[ ,,.. ', As flakes pile up and lock together, they trap ,  . , air in the space between them. Air cannot +" + ----" :: transfer heat or cold if it is not moving, thus "  % ;''-  "+ any heat m the ground ts trapped, and plants .+ "'tio/ :-+i' are insulated from icy winds above the snow N/q  "71 , . r  Melting snow provides water for soil and  ,+. plants as the growing season begins. !.(, ,  . Source: The National Snow and Ice Data Center; www.t heatlantic.com: www,thisgardenlsiltegal.com ,'I - + by Larry Cox Cast-Iron Bank Q: I have a "Lion Hunter" cast- iron bank that I believe is quite old. I found it in a thrift shop several years ago and want to find out more about it and its possible value. -- Lynn, Sun Tan, Ariz. A: The Lion Hunter bank was patented in 1911, designed by Charles A. Bailey of Cobalt, Conn., and manufactured by J and E Stevens Company, Cromwell, Conn. A coin is placed in front of the cocking device of the gun, when a lever is pressed, the hunter fires, the coin strikes a lion and falls into a receptacle below. If an original, this is quite a valuable bank ranging in value from a low of about $3,000 to a high of $35,000, depending on condition. Be aware that this bank has been reproduced and some of the reproductions have been aged to look old. One of the better references is the "Official Guide to Mechanical Banks" by Dan Morphy, published by House of Collectibles. Q: I have an older fishing reel in its original box. It has a beautiful design. How I can determine its value? -- George, Albuquerque, N.M. A: Many collectors have become hooked on fishing collectibles. The original interest was generated by old lures and some reels and rods. It later expanded to include advertising memorabilia and miscellaneous items. Recent prices include a 1931 catalog from the Shakespeare company, $150; a Heddon Lure, No. 100, $350; a Mitchell reel, model No. 70, $65; and a rare 1931 limited edition of "The Compleat Angler" by Arthur Rackham and Izaak Walton, $3,000. One of the better references is "Fishing Collectibles: Rods, Reels, Creels" by Russell E. Lewis (Krause, $29.99). Q: I have a 1929 Majestic console radio in walnut. Although it has a few scratches, the radio works and it is original. I paid $450 for it at an antique shop several years ago, and wonder if R's worth more than I paid. --Ken, Providence, R.I. A: Your radio currently is valued in the $150 to $200 range. Majestic radios are fairly common and not as desirable with collectors as many of the more popular brands, such as Philco and Zenith. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox ts unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return marl. 2012 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Penetrating so many secrets, we cease to believe in the unknowable. There it sits nevertheless, calmly licldng its chops. HL Mencken 2012 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.