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March 24, 2010 The Julian News 11 FISHING REPORT G E O D E S I C H O M E News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca Estate Sale... Heirs have never lived in this home. They are motivated to sell. 1,213 sq.ft. 2bd tba, bedroom, larqe dininq & livinq room, detached 2 car qaraqe. Brinq all offers $349,000. huge loft/2"d THE TACKLE SHOP HOURS EVERYDAY 6:00 AM TO 5:30 PM We Still Have Our Week Day Motor Boat Special Thru The Month Of March - $25.00 Rental Fee For The Entire Day Monday Thru Thursday NOTABLES: Jake Howard of San Diego caught 1 trout that weighed 4.7 pounds using a nightcrawler at Heron Point. Tom Gill of Vista caught 5 trout weighing a total of 12 pounds, the largest 2.8 pounds. He was using blow up worms and power bait at Lone Pine. Mike D. of El Cajon caught 5 trout, the largest 1.5 pounds. He was using a trout colored Rappala, near Fletcher Island. Bill Mace of Spring Valley caught 4 trout weighing a total of 7.3 pounds, the largest 2.6 pounds. He was. using orange twist power bait on the Dike. There Is A Free Fishing Class Every Saturday At The Launch Ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie At 10:00 AM. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS AND MOTORS BEFORE A LAUNCH. ALSO, FLOAT TUBES AND WADERS MUST BE WASHED DOWN BEFORE USING THE LAKE. THERE IS A FEE FOR THE WASH DOWN. WEEKEND ESCAPE + SCENIC VIEWS On a very nice 28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft.; 2BD, 1BA, detached two car garage, large private patio off kitchen, Large living room, Custom made stone outdoor barbeque, Beautiful gazebo to enjoy views and sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable garden. Colorful flowers & mature trees adorn property. Priced to sell now $169,000. DESIGNER GRANITE HOUSE Amazing and beautiful Granite features are on display in this remarkaNe home. Owner is considered possibly the finest Granite craftsman/artist in San Diego. 1,426 sq.ft. 3BD, 2BA, + Laundry/4th bedroom, 2 wells, .87 acres. Detached 1,400 sq.ft, workshop or possible Granny flat, with 16' ceilings! Jenn-Air Appliances, Walk-In Pantry, Knotty Alder Cabinets, Exotic 4'x8' Granite Island & Kitchen Countertops, Custom Granite Sinks, Granite Garden Window, Granite Bathrooms & Travertine Floors, Granite Window Surrounds, Granite Showers in Both Baths, Granite Jacuzzi Tub, Walk-In Closets. All rooms have custom ceiling fans. Enjoy the 3 covered porches, numerous fruit trees includes: Pear, Plum, Apple, Nectarine, Peach & Apricot. Offered at $424,000. i~!~i!ii~:i! !ii!!i ili Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies' license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. For further information or to make reservations for condos, cabins or camping, please call 877-581-9904. Animal Behaviors grab, move, explore and entertain themselvesl Some dogs can open Volunteer Expo Part I doors. Others attempt to chew through them. The mouth is more vital than any other part in a dog's world, from birth to last days. Beginning continued from page 9 by Kristen [xzuterbach Craig with nursing, moving to mouthing, then chewing and biting, this is how a display to attract possible Quiz they explore the tactile world and socially, communicate friendship 1. When your pup plays with you, does your dog: a. Lick your hands and face submissively. b. Open her mouth and make fake growling noises. c. Nip at your hands and feet wherever you go. d. Chew on your appendages ceaselessly. e. Bark when she is after you, growling when you try to sit down and snap at the air when you approach. 2. When in the presence of children, does your dog: a. Get small and approach gently. b. Stand with front legs upright, ears pitched forward. c. Tail tucked, growl quietly and avoid any contact. d. Hackles up, snarl or worse, snap in the air. e. Act as though children are evil gremlins, bark at the sight of them and show signs of aggression when approached. 3. When visitors come by, does your dog: a. Look to you for guidance as to whether these are friends or foes. b. Jump on them boisterously and later attempt to hump their legs. c. Bark incessantly, growling and refusing to look at them, head lowered for action. d. Bite them on the way out, if only a nip on the heels to get them moving faster. e. Bite them on the way in, stand between you and them and resist your efforts to move her. 4. When they are at the vets, does your dog: a. Love them, after all, most of the time she gets treats and love back. b. Tuck tail, but submit to all invasions of her space and body. c. Resist the vet or tech's approach, shaking visibly and have to be restrained. d. Bare teeth, growl, or give a warning glare to everyone, including you. e. Refuse to go in and attempt to bite anyone and everyone associated with the event, requiring muzzling before leaving the house. Though mouthing is normal canine behavior, it reveals a lack of appreciation on the dog's part for a normal dog/human boundary. volunteers to learn more about your organizations volunteer opportunities. What Type of Volunteer is Your Organization Looking for: Everything from helping put up Christmas decorations to manning a fundraising booth at a special event, our groups are looking for craft demonstrators, Museum Hosts, Website Assistance, Public Relations Assistant, Grant Writers, and more7 The opportunities are endless. Cost: There is no cost to you or your organization for the table to set up your display, however we ask that your space be manned the entire day. Tables and chairs will be provided. Publicity: The JMA will do the advertising and Press releases around the County to let the possible volunteers know of this opportunity. What You Will Need at the Expo: Plan to have a sign up sheet to gather contact information. Flyers with information about your organization and the opportunities to volunteer and how to contact you for more information. Any other handouts, candies, or imprinted pens to make your organization more memorable are another good option. After the Expo, be sure to follow up with every contact that has shown an interest in your organization. To sign up orfor more information please contact Barbara Hedrick at 505-250-5160 or Tracy Turner at 60-803-4377 Puppies mouth everything; they must learn to mouth only their food, their toys, each other and themselves. Having no usable appendages, dogs use their mouths to grasp, C!ndy Brook If- l llOi ..\\ L \ I Thanks to Dustin from Rock ] Pesticide handling I F lls, ll.,for, ingto har I Caref.l measuring and m ing are key to I-----" i/1 his greatest feeder moment. I avoiding trouble with toxins; follow all I I[ I Dustin has a red-headed woodpecker that keeps corn- [ instructions very carefully. Apply when /i ] l: [ ing back to his peanut feeder. I there is little or no wind, and keep your// I II i:l I'm telling you, folks, peanuts / pace steady to avoid over-applying I woodpeckersare the way tOaregO.cool.Red-headedThanks / one area. avoid walking through what\[ for writing, Dustin, L YU are spreading" Wear a mask" E-mail: birdiagbits@cfl.~com 20tO King Features Syndicate, Inc. ~ 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. and displeasure. The use of the emerging teeth should never, ever include destructive efforts. Biting is a learned trait. Though some dogs may never bite, within every dog lies the potential, when push comes to cornered shove, to employ the teeth in expressing an opinion: "Leave me alone!" Though biting the hand-that-feeds is idiomatically idiotic, far worse is biting the children of the-hand- that-feeds. Mistaking friend for foe, dogs bite neighbors, welcomed visitors and often the mail carrier. The dog that bites the veterinarian will not come out ahead in the deal. Taken to the nether regions of the clinic, the dog will be forced to submit, willingly or not, to the necessary exam and treatment. Preparation, redirection, training and correction all play a part in averting the worst of these encounters. A biting dog must be stopped, at best in infancy, at worst, with the assistance of a paid professional dog trainer. In either case, it is far easier to change to toothy course of destruction by anticipating the action before having to deal with the reaction. And to avoid making excuses for the dog. Once biting, no excuse offered will erase the dental data: the dog will bite. No longer and if, but a when. While it may be beneficial to assess the cause and conditions that incited a bite, understanding must be applied to prevention and not as a defense for this bad behavior. The four basic Stupid Biting behaviors: 1. Biting The Hand That Feeds Them 2. Biting The Children of The Hand That Feeds Them 3. Biting Friends of The Hand That Feeds Them 4. Biting The Hand That Heals Them In the next weeks, motives, causes and cures will be revealed to help the nippy-dog, biting, snapping or terrorizing his way through unwitting victims. Over 60 years serving the community we live in. DID YOU I(NOW ) According to the National Association of Realtors@, professional insights into preparing, pricing and positioning a home for sale pay off. Last year, a typical property without professional assistance sold for $172,00 as compared with $215,000 for the typical agent-assisted property. Learn more at www.realtor.org and (800) 874-6500. It's unwise to hold your cell phone while you drive--and in many places, it's illegal. So a nationwide provider of easy-touse, high- quality cell phones, Consumer Cellular, offers a variety of hands- free products. Learn more at www. consumer cellular, com and (888) 428-6421. Why spend $30 on a guidebook when you can find everything you need online? Sites such as NileGuide.com help you create a custom itinerary and print your own personalized guidebook for free. mmercial ions 24 Hour Emergency Service Ben Sulser,