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All orynally approved for $ Bed Eoor~ resldenees. $NtaNe [or man~aatored ho~es. 1/~re -- (h)rgeoos, SIopi,g, ~uildable Par~el Kedt~ed To ~ell .......... $50,000 /..6$ Aeres --- Fabulous View, ~llur Will Provide ~eptie Layout with acceptable offer ................................................... ,000 Aores -- Has Water Meter, Nice View, Large IMIdable Lot ...... q tS,000 Z.6 i/l res Large Parcel wife Water Meter, House Pla,s Available ... ffi, O00 Z. i Acres -- Fabulous views from fee Coro,ados to Oleme,te. liorders grate Park. 4pprowd leptle Layout for $ lie residetme. Priveway and Pad roughed i,...~95,000) Z. i Acres - All u,durgroo l utilities, lrti layout approved fur $ lie resideme. Lots of Oaks. Asphalt Paved ~oad ............................. ~150,000 Z.~ Aures -- Approved Plaits for ~1 lied ~oom, Z*liafE, Z4-00 &F. Eedde,ee, Comtty approved ~radi)tg Pla~ Approved ~ lied Koom Septic layout, Water Meter, Eeady To liuild ................................................... ~Z 19,000 Large Z lied Koom, liafE, 1950 s.f. IZI Massive ,atoral 9to.e Fireplaces. Ope. beamed oeilings, keofly pine a~ wood panelbtg inferior. Pureelakt Tile E- lierbur Carpeti.g fErv-out. Flac~'o.e patio areas with oovured fro~ porch. I ear garage plus 10x1 store room with slab floor a.d eleetridty. Ma.y .atvral sto.e pla.turs with spri.klers a.d hose bibs. Totally fe.eed oufE fadmj I/Z ante parcel. 1t19,000 IZ Acres - Very Private Pi,e ltilh La l. Views to fEe COast 0wameas. Hear the e,d of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses OIL gELLEK WILL If, APE - PLUg CA H - FOE JULIAN EE IVENCE ...................................... Z$9.000 $.Z l Amres -- ltreafEtaki.g Pa.uramie View Lot. Completely lurveyed. Has proposed Ptogo Couidy Health Hepartme,t septic layout for lied r de.ee. Seller will provide eouttfy approval wife acceptable offer ................... $~.6~,000 $.11 Aures -- Very Private with WelL Fog Ke eL torage liuildi.g ......... .............................................. 199,999 8.Z t Aures -- Your horses will love feb fabulous view alto with oompleted proposed ~t lied Loom septic layout. Keeeefly surveyed ....................... SZ~0,000 Z.9 /lores -- Fabulous ~60" View Property. Septic Approved for $ lied Koom side e. All Utilities at Property. Water Meter I rtalled. Lots of Usable La l for Horses, .ardem ............................................... $I 99,000 1.16 Aeres -- Turrifio Views, Two legal Parcels, Two dre=m for the Price of O,e! epfie i. for o,e. Two lets of Water hares, geetrle Pole o. Twl. Oaks Property. Eleeh'ie Pole ott Pitie Tree Lalte. Must to Appreciate. Twbt Oaks ti. I ZSZ Piile Tree Latte. Priced to sell .............. $$1ZZ, O00 .6~i Aure -- All usable overlooki,g Ke,,er ~alleh. Has approved septic layout. Wafer shares to oom/ey. Easy aeee= 1"o Comity maillfailted road ................ ql (1,9 0 0 .~9 Aere -- Terrific all usable level to lletrtle lot with approved septic layout for Z Bed ~oom reside,ee. Manufa~ured home 01L Water shares to eo,vey, gurvey eomplote. All utilities available ..................... Price edueed to Where The Wild Flowers Are, Or Poim Convert 2 4 b 8 IO Every year the desert wildflowers State Park Visitors Center and bloom, with some years being more spectacular than others. To assist you in locating the best blooms of the season we suggest you stop at the Anza-Borrego Should Be ... iiiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii iiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiii Closed Io P~iC Ent~/ &El ~fro the region that put on spectacular the third crossing: Desert Lily, Popcorn Flower, Desert Chicory, Fiddleneck, Desert Dandelion, Chuparosa, and lots of Phacelia. Ocotillo are really starting to bloom throughout the canyon. PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent rains, high-clearance vehicles are recommended at the end of DiGiorgio Rd (the start of the dirt road). Also, starting at second crossing, we recommend 4-wheel-drive vehicles only. Third crossing is still too deep to ( ross safely. Borrego Palm Canyon - his popular canyon has many plants already in bloom. Look for Phacelia, Chuparosa, Desert Chicory, blooming Ocotillo, Desert Wishbone, Desert Dandelion, Canterbury Bells, Brittlebush, Desert Lavender, Brown-eyed Primrose, Monkey Flower, Spurge (red mat), Fagonia. Beavertail cactus buds can be seen but have not bloomed yet. Most fl owers will also be seen if you walk the Alternate Trail and many can be spotted on the drive between the ( PC kiosk and the trailhead. Henderson Canyon Road - Sand Verbena, Brown-eyed Primrose, Spectacle Pod, Dune Evening Primrose, Desert Lily, and Desert Sunfl ower. Many Lupine plants are present so look for their bloom in the next few weeks. PLEASE NOTE: Be cautious when pulling onto the shoulder because the sand is ( %tremely soft. ulp Valley- Look for Desert apricots and Brittlebush in bloom this higher elevation. Plum Canyon - Desert Apricot and Turpentine Broom have been , spotted in bloom. ) Fish Creek Badlands - -'Succulent-leaved Lycium, ( railing Windmills Elephant Trees Trail - Phacelia, Desert Chicory, Brown-eyed Primrose, Little Gold Poppy, Desert Poppy, Datura, Rock Daisy, Desert Wishbone, Windmills. Desert five-spot plants have been seen but are ask the Ranger where the best displays that are out side the f not yet blooming. blooms are currently The mapark Pain Verd h eWas andArroyo is a guide for thiose who wish to (J_ Coyote Canyon - There are Salado-The spectacular Desert venture out to the park. Thereare several types of wildflowers Lily has been seen at both of also numerous areas throughout blooming all the way up to these locations. JEAN ANDERSON Real Estate Broker #01281751 Borrego Vistas Realty (760) 500-7534 Cell (760) 765-2183 Fax Web Site: www.BorregoJean.com Emaih Jean@BorregoJean.com Independent Real Estate Broker serving Borrego Springs & Shelter Valley. Contact me for an appointment to view an_B~ 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. $29,5001 JUST LISTED 3 Manufactured homes in popular Butterfield Ranch Resort. 2BR/IBA, 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 Life During War Time by Kiki Skagen-Harris Kiki Skagen Harris, who has been writing a the "Back In The Day" column for this newspaper, came out of retirement from the U.S. State Department to serve in Iraq in 2006 as the Leader of a Provincial Reconstruction Team. This is one of a series of vignettes about daily life on a US military base Kiki wrote while she was in Baquba, Iraq. This is an ongoing series, presented in diary form. September27, 2006- After leave in the US the differences between living in Baquba on FOB (Forward Operating Base) Warhorse and in North Carolina or California have become even clearer. But the are also some similarities: -- In Vandemere, Julian and FOB Warhorse you run into people you know every time to go out. -- If you don't know them, you say "Hey" in North Carolina or "Hi" in California. On FOB Warhorse either works. They answer back and exchange pleasantries. -- All three have helpful postal service people. -- None has a mall. -- There's a gun in almost every house on FOB Warhorse and nearly every house in Vandemere. In Julian most of the old-timers have guns. The differences, however, are perhaps more noticeable. -- Vandemere is surrounded by the Bay River, creeks, fields and forest, Julian by mountains, woods and pastures. FOB Warhorse has earthen berms, razor wire and guard towers. -- People on FOB Warhorse also carry their guns when not deer or duck hunting. Even at meals. -- Most living accomodations in Vandemere and Julian have indoor plumbing. -- There are about as many women as men in Vandemere and Julian. In Warhorse the ratio is about nine men to every woman. Wish I was younger and interested... -- Everyone in both places is interested if there is a "boom" but Stateside people don't ask, "Is it incoming or outgoing?" -- There is virtually no dust in Vandemere. Dust in Julian is seasonal. There is little not-dust in Warhorse, except when it's mud. -- Vandemere has one unpaved road. Warhose has one paved road. It used to be the Baquba airport runway. In Julian paving depends on what you define as "Julian" and what you define as a "road." -- You don't need to wear armor, a helmet, eye protection, hearing protection, and travel in a convoy of armed HMMVs when going to Bayboro or Ramona. -- There are no kids riding off-road vehicles at 40 mph on the streets on Warhorse. -- The speed limit at Warhorse is 5 mph. Speed limits aren't observed there either. -- Baquba doesn't have an equestrian team. I have made noises about getting a horse there; the Base Commander said he'd allow me a donkey. He thought he was joking. The Vandemere Base Commander is more accommodating and cleans the horses stable. , Life on our FOB is fun and interesting but, push come to shove, I'd rather be home. Bringing Smiles To Haiti Three Clowns At A Time Joseph Gallina, son of Michael and Monica Gallina of Julian, is currently in Haiti bringing smiles to the children. He and two other actors/clowns have gone to Haiti with the organization Clowns without Borders. http:// clownswithoutborders.org/. Clowns without Borders offers laughter to relieve the suffering of all persons, especially children, who live in areas of crisis including refugee camps, conflict zones and territories in situations of emergency. They bring levity, contemporary clown/ circus oriented performances and workshops into communities so that they can celebrate together and forget for a moment the tensions that darken their daily lives. Joe is a classically trained actor having earned his MFA from The University of Connecticut. Some of locations in which he has performed are The Utah Shakespearean Festival, The Connecticut Repertory Theater, The Hope Summer Repertory Theater and Theaterfest of Solvang. A letter from Tim Cunningham (CWB USA Board President) When the tragic events of January 12th demolished Haiti, Clowns Without Borders began to receive phone calls and emails asking "How do I help?" and "What will Clowns Without Borders do?" We suggested that our supporters donate to 'first responder' organizations such as Medecins Sans Fronti res and Partners in Health. All the while we have been organizing our clown volunteers to be prepared to go to Haiti to provide the 'secondary support' of laughter and psychosocial health through play. Not wanting to get in the way of the important and immediate relief efforts so greatly needed, we felt it was important to wait patiently for our partners to send out the call for support from the clowns. Bring in the Clowns Recently we have been approached by numerous aid organizations seeking help to bring a spirit of laughter, joy and small moments of emotional relief to those affected by the earthquake. Our sister organization, Payasos Sin Fronteras (PSF) in Spain is sending their first group of volunteer artists to meet some continued on page 13