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March 19, 2014 The Julian News 11 Cindy Brook Don't Feed the Dogs Sharon from New Whitetand, Ind., likes to feed extras to the birds like bread and popcorn. To prevent her beagles from eating these items, she throws the extra snacks on her garage roof. "The birds enjoy this and the dogs can't get to it. Problem solved!" Thanks for sharing, Sharon! E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.~com 2014 Ic~ Features Sy~cate, Inc. FISHING REPORT Howdy From Lake Cuyamaca Dusty Britches here along with Skid Mark, Cuss Cussler, and Crawdadi Fishing has picked up with bass coming out of the south end of the Lake, limits of trout, and the black crappie are starting to show their snouts. David Gustavel of Kearneysville, West Virginia nabbed a 6 pound 4 ounce sierra bow using yellow power bait at Chambers Park. Miles Watanabe of La Mesa caught his limit of trout and 4 Channel catfish using night crawlers at MacGreger's Cove David Foti also did well at MacGregers Cove with 5 trout and 5 catfish using night crawlers Dennis McCullough of Artesia, Ca. reeled in a 26 pound 4 ounce catfish using chicken livers on 8 pound test line below the west tent camping area next to the west jetty. Ed Schmutzler of Walnut Creek, Ca. used nightcrawlers to net a 5 pound 12 ounce trout along with his limit Ken Draper of Escondido, Ca. included a 5 pound 5 ounce rainbow with his limit using a mice-tail and power bait combo at Lone Pine Megan Young snagged a 5 pound 7 ounce rainbow using the Cuyamaca Sandwich, an inflated nightcrawler and powerbait on a #14 trebel hook the Carolina Rig. BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE! Ed Zieralski from the UT will be up with the blind draw winners for the Youth Turkey Hunt on March 22nd,and 23rd. They are Ken Wells, Hunter Johnson, Ryan Segoria, and Nicholas Radtke. Congratulations to all 4 young guns. Ed Zieralski has been involved with too many youth activities around San Diego County to count. He has given of his time, money, and consideration to many event, mostly for the kids. This is just a small recognition for what Ed has done. He is an asset to his profession and the UT is very lucky to have him on staff. This activity has been developed by Ed Z, Jay Blaylock, and Charlie Taylor. We have extended the hunting time this year and the response is five times last year's. Next year will only get better. Nothing like a full moon rising over the Lake... Tight lines everyone! Dusty Bridges. l 1. In 2013, Michael Cuddyer set a Colorado Rockies record for most consecutive games reaching base in a season (46). Who had held the mark? 2. Who holds the record for most doubles in a season? 3. The Texans' Andre Johnson, in 2012, became the second NFL player to have 100 catches and 1,500 receiving yards in at least three seasons. Who was the first? 4. In the 2012-13 college basketball season, Ben McLemore broke the Kansas freshman single-game scoring record with 36 points. Who had held the mark? 5, During the 1970s, "Original Six" NHL teams made up 15 of the 20 teams that played in the Stanley Cup Finals. Which two teams appeared the most times? 6. In 2013, Usain Bolt tied for the top spot in world championship career medals for men in track and field, with 10. Who also has 10? 7. Who has won golf's U.S. Senior Open the most times? Answers on page 14 We Advertise Your Home... Until It's Sold! ALLI AMES Ii (760) 765-1111 Relax and let us do the work. Unique Mountain Retreat in Julian Brazilian granite, kitchen with a appliances, and gazebo, house, This is an extraordinary House! The 2,18t sq. ft. tull Bathrooms Home received the from the CA Center for Sustainability style home with separate fully setting. Home has almost no windows, Jk-through Goarmet mmg room. Stainless steel to the gardens, patio built-ins. English summer green house, 23 fruit trees, brick patio for entertainment. Gardens designed by For more details and information go to: OFFERED AT: $449,000! Cuyamaca Lake View Home Custom three bedroom three bath Cuyamaea Lake view home on 4.14 Acres. Three car garage with workshop and bonus room. Custom concrete floors and counter tops. I,arge open floor plan. RV parking and hook-ups located close to home. Magnificient views to Cuyamaca Lake, Anza-Borrego state park, Stonewall and Cuyalnaca peaks Enjoy the beautitifl sunsets, to snow cap motmtain, tops from the large custom windows in the master suite, living room, gourmet kitchen and guest suite. Please call tbr an appointment to see this lovely home. Charming Julian Home The peace and beauty of Julian has never been so easy to obtain. Home includes 910 sq.ft., 2 Bath, 1 Bedroom plu( a separate downstairs guest quarters, Living and Dining area, Nicely laid-out and upgraded kitchen, Separate laundu room for washer and dryer. Downstairs features separate Guest quarters with fifll bath. Electrical system has been upgraded. Enjoy Breathtaking views and deep shade from property's large mature trees. Approxdnate 20 minnte walk to the Julian Township. OFFERED AT: $987,000! OFFERED AT :$199,000! The Peacefield Orchard Apple Farm Welcome to The Peacefield Orchard Apple Farm. 2,475 sq. ft. 3BD/2BA home with vaulted ceilings on 2.5 acres. This farm has an abundance of water and includes ~,o wells, 553 fruit trees, 500 of which are Apple. The history of this family orchard t~atures possibly the biggest & oldest Gravenstein Apple Tree in Julian... It's over 115 years old! In 1909 Julian Gravenstien Apples won Blue ribbon awards in Fairs all over the USA. Mountains & Nice Home In The Pines Semi-Formal dining and living room has 90-degree fireplace. Kitchen with butcher block island and roll-out drawers, pantry, mud room and laundry room. Large Master bedroom with Balcony, separate sitting room & sunken Roman Bath, Buildings include: Tractor barn, sorting room, RV Barn, Large refrigerated cold storage & Caretaker Quarters. ttarvest is up to 1,200 boxes of fruit each year. U-Pick (open to public) generates up to $35,000 in annual revenues, 100% fenced with electric gate plus 6.5 kw GRID-TIE SOLAR POWER SYSTEM SUPPLIES 100% OF NEEDED POWER FOR BOTH HOME & FARM. OFFERED AT: $765,000! Shelter Valley - 1 Acre, mad large concrete patio walls. Plenty of parking Ceramic Tile in Beautiful ornate Living E. Carport 1 natural stone ~lew Sedona color Interior l~eshly painted. with red brick backdrop, trails and amenities. OFFERED AT :$135,000! i LAND FOR SALE 1,600sq.fl.3 Be&oom,2Bathroomson0.24acres.Nicehonteislooking tbr a new owner. Sellers are looking lbr serious, qualified buyers or investors. Home was completed in 2010 with tile flooring throughout including kitchen counter tops, tnb, and shower, Carpet in living room and bedrooms. Dual pane windows. Separate laundry/utility room. Great opportnnity and potential lbr new owner. OFFERED AT: $280,000! i//i~i~!ili@ : 0.62 Acres LAND : .... : ....... :;? Whispering Pines Build your getaway cabin ..... or full time residence with views to will OFFERED AT: $56,000. We are busy looking for buyers! 4.32 Acres LAND~w" 0.62 Acres -LAND 1.01 Acres - LAND PINE HILLS Cuyamaca - The of Kentwood Great views to Palomar This 1.01 Acre lot is one of the few remaining spectacular qews to tk~l,~llff':akc Cuvumaca Observatory and Volcan Mountain and Salton Pine ttills parcels with hilltop Panoramic views. and the " ~ " su~ulu~~peaks. " Sea. County approved septic lay-out for 3 Thisoneh~soueofthenicestMountainViewsin ORIGINALLY: $100,0000 BD/2BA home with garage, the area. Close to town! NOW:$90,00g! . ORIGINALLY': $115,000 OFFERED AT: $43,900! NOW: $99,000! 9.53 Acres. LAND Wynola Estates - 9.53 acres in the prestigious Wynola Estates. The San Diego River flows through this proper~. Three separate legal lots (lots# 78, 79, and 80) OFFERED AT: $150,000! 4.89 Acres - LAND Cuyacama Voods - Views to the Coast, Palomar & "~olcan Mountain, and Cuyamaca z ~,~oods. Build your dream home. Come by and take a look! OFFERED AT: $110,000! 13.85 Acres LAND Aguanga - Great tlighway Frontage property! Fantastic Mountain Views. Start a vineyard, OK for horses, build your dream home. One of a kind property Must see to appreciate!. ORIGINALLY: $95,000 NOW:S87,000! P.O. Box 484 9909 Washington Street, Julian CA 9zo36 (The Old Feed Store Bldg.) Allison James of California Inc. is an affiliated residential real estate brokerage company License # oa885684