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8 The Julian News www.AJRE.com 4470 Highway 78 760 Paul Bicanic, Broker 1 Acre -- Oorgeous. glopi,o. Puildable Parcel R.edueed To Sell )[0.000 Z.$ Aoru-- Fabulos Views a.d Privacy .............. ' 69,000 Acru -- View to San Piego, water meter, approved for bed room r dence, house plato ......................... l 0,000 L65 Acres -- Fabulous View, Seller WEll Provide Septic layout with acceptable offer ................................... 1 $ ,000 Z.$ Acres -- Fabulous views. rders State Park. Approved ptie layout for J lied )om resideme. Priveway a,d Pad roughed in. Seller lVlofivated to negotiate all cash offer .................. -$5,000j !.19 Acre -- Water Meter, Septic Sy l'em(s), Utilities, ready to Puild 19,000 1 Acres -- Very Private Pine Hills land. Views to the Ooa Owamaeas. Near the end of Quiet Oak Trail. Hort#,s OK. SELLE WILL 1ZAP[ PLUS ,ASH -FOR. A JULIAN RSSIPE'NCl; $9,000 [.9 Ames -- Fabulo View Property. pflo Approved for esidenee. All Utilities art Properly. Water Meter Imtalled. Lots of Usable land for Herin. Oardem. I 99,000 $.S5 Am, --- Near Tow - Fabuloo, views fi'om t is large uzable pared. Approved for $ PR. r deme. Can build (Z) legally. Priveway pad roqMd in. Se, a, tml meek with area lmttable for pond. Part of land was previously terraced for ore, hard. Tom of Oak Firewood to be harveated, ked for horses , 19,000; Plenty of FREE Parking Z.[ Acres '-- All utilities, hptie layout approved for PR. residence. Lois of Oaks. As#aft Paved oad - -1 0,000 23 Aores --- Absolutely gorgeous property with water meter. All utilities available ....... 158,000 Z.5 Acres -- Approved Plato {or Ped oom, ZPafh, ZO0 S.F. [esideme, Ooowly approved Orading Plan, Approved $ Ped Ra)om Septic layout, Wafer Meter, J eady To 'uild 'ZI .O0__ II Wynola Farms Marketplace loZOOZ Manofaetured Home at Oolden Nugget Park. Z Pr, Z Pa, I S.F. onus Room (Oould be Pedroom). Wood Pun ing Fireplace. I Fenced yard. Two () I/eeks. View o{ Meadow, Pines, Oaks. Walk toI Space re al - Trash Water, SP# E extra. 1 0,00 In Loving Memory of P , . aityn Alaine Dawson-Mims March 1,2011-March 28, 2011 God lent us an angel but only for 27 days. He had to take her back her plan wasn't to stay She changed lives and made an impression on those of us on earth Touching every life she met since her day of birth God took her peacefully during the night while by her mother and father's side He said you won't understand right now, but I need her in the sky She was greeted at the gates of Heaven by her Papa and family that has passed God said the love she gave to us no human body can outlast Thank you for loving my precious angel Chris, Sara, and True I know you will survive this...that's why I selected you Services to be announced Memorial contributions can be made at Rabobank care of the Paityn Foundation, any and all donations are greatly needed and we thank those of you that have provided us with continued support through these hard times. Paityn Alaine Dawson-Mims treasured daughter of Sara Dawson Flores and Christopher David Mims, beloved sister of True Dawson. Paityn is a cherished niece to Amy Flutes, Lacy Dawson Barry, Brittany Dawson and Brandy Mims, a beautiful granddaughter to Pam Dawson, Sharon Mims and Vickie Taylor and Roy Mims. Born March 1, 2011, weighing 81b 7oz at Pomerado Hospital she died peacefully beside her mother and father's side on Monday March 28, 2011. A beautiful baby girl who touched so many lives in such a brief time. You will be forever missed and loved. Last night I woke up to your sweet cry so I put you to my breast I didn't know that when I laid you down it would be your final rest Had I known I would have no choice but to let you go I would have told you, you were the best baby I had ever known That I loved you from the moment we laid eyes on each other That even with the pain I will endure rll never regret being your mother You brought happiness to all, the perfect addition to our family For Good (NAPSA)-Teaching your children to use technology, such as mobile phones, ethically and responsibly not only gives you Opportunity to connect your values to their behavior, it helps them develol~ the skills they need to operate in today's world. To assist parents with information on topics ranging from sexting to phone etiquette to driving while texting, LG Mobile Phones created LG Text Ed. The program includes an advisory council of experts who provide materials for www.LGTextEd. cam on a monthly basis. The council suggests these guidelines: Kids under about 12 shouldn't use a mobile phone for anything but calling parents or 911. For teenagers, mobile phones can be beneficial when plans change and they need to reach out to you to pick them up or provide help. If your child is at an activity or party, checking in with a parent via a mobile phone provides a sense of grounding. The kids know you're being watchful and you know you can reach your child. Mobile phones can help your child reach out to a peer for advice, to provide support and to engage in healthy, meaningful social interactions. With fancy gadgets comes increased accountability. When you set guidelines and appropriate boundaries for mobile phone usage, you foster healthy communications, responsible ownership and adherence to house rules. Environmental awareness. About 130 million mobile phones end up in U.S. landfills annually, and could contaminate land and water supplies. Many socially conscious programs, Oh Deer, It's Spring by Kiki Skagen-Harris A herd of deer passes by most evenings, strolling up towards the woods where they spend the night. There are several young ones and they come closest to the house, nibbling green grass. Long legged, big eared, slightly flea bitten, they have a floating trot when startled, soaring leaps when scared--which isn't often. "Who, you? We know you," and they stroll away. Venison chops. Roast rump of mule deer. Threats do little to scare them. If I were a better shot....oops, that's illegal. Deer are expensive. Tfiey love to nibble young trees so each baby fruit tree has a fence around it, roughly tripling its cost. They also adore many flowers and most vegetables which is deleterious to gardens. The, first summer they regularly ate all the new flowers on the patio, transforming a gaily blooming area into chomped off stems overnight and sometimes during the day. Potted plants by the door? Not a chance of survival if they aren't iris or daffodils. Deer don't like tomatoes a lot, but they take a perverse pleasure in pulling them up. Evil animals. They don't like zucchini. Neither do the horses. Hence the fence. Choosing a fence for the. yard wasn't easy. A solid fence would cut out light and the view. A wire fence doesn't look exactly, well, picturesque. Everything is expensive. Finally, inspired by the lovely woven branch fences of Romania, a rustic fence using found materials was installed. Not being nearly as skilled as Romanian peasants, we now have the funniest fence in the back country. Composed of branches, reinforced by (almost) invisible chicken wire in some spots, by a second, lower fence April 6, 2011 Perfect Day Last night my sweetheart called and said, "The flowers are blooming in the desert. Come over in the morning and let's go." Morning comes, I go, and in due time we head towards Borrego Springs. In Santa Ysabel we stop at Dudleys for some doughnuts to munch on. At Montezuma Valley we turn and soon are in the beautiful high dessert. The hills are verdant, and wildflowers of gold and lavender carpet every open dell beneath the massive granite boulders. We stop to meander in a meadow carpeted with yellow buttercups. My Prince picks a blossom and tucks it in my hair. We travel down the grade into Borrego. The vista, usually so barren and parched, is ablaze in riotous color. The Spanish Broom and brittlebrush lining the road almost blind us with their vibrant yellow flowers. Beneath them are carpets of lavender sand verbena. The tall Ocotillos are waving their crimson heads over all like a fairy godmother waving her magic wand. Here and there a hedgehog cactus with its magenta blooms calls, "Don't miss me." Interspersed are clumps of white forget-me-nots. Yuccas stand like giant candles adding a sense of majesty to the tapestry of color. Dotted throughout are rocks and boulders of myriad shapes and sizes in grays, tans and browns. We enter the park at the base of the mountain. My king shoulders the backpack, and we head up the trail. Alongside the sandy path is a stream gurgling as it tumbles from the surrounding mountains. Bees are humming a melody as they gather their nectar for their honey machine. Blue dragon flies dart about like miniature helicopters on urgent missions. Occasionally a fly buzzes around our heads to keep us company. The rocks are bustling with lizards sunning their slender bodies, and rabbits hop across our path. Half way to the palms we step off the trail and find a secluded spot beside the rushing stream. He takes out a landjagger (dried Swiss sausage) and a handful of crackers for a snack as we perch on rocks in the midst of the creek. Scrub jays raucously beg for scraps, and black cowbirds fight with tiny yellow finches for limb space in the willows lining the banks. We return to the trail and soon enter the giant Washington palm grove. In the cool dark grove we find a fallen tree to sit on. The clear blue sky peeps through the palm fronds, and an occasional wispy cloud drifts by. The birds chatter in the tree tops and bees hum a steady tune as we swat at the occasional persistent fly. My love and I rest and eat the rest of our lunch, lazily watching children playing in the pools of water beneath the trees. Never have I seen the desert so beautiful or been with someone I love as much. I lay in his arms and want this day to last forever. (Russ Ingevik maintains that piece. But so far itworks. deer will jump high but not broad) It works in part because every in others, it is a....conversation night a gate is put up to keep the FREE INVESTMENT REVIEWS. Community Bankinc Yvonne P Catton Financial Advisor 850 Main St #104 Ramona, CA 92065 760-789-2804 www.edwardjones.com Member SIPC adorable wildlife from coming down the front walk to continue their depredations. The "gate" was purloined from the riding arena and is composed of five white PVC poles. It is not picturesque but it's effective and no one comes around after it's up,anyway. We enjoy our wildlife here in the Back Country, even if we pay for them in many ways. But still .... putting up the darn gate when its late and dark, fixing the fence at regular intervals, checking the fences around the fruit trees .... venison chops beckon. : Checking Savings Home Equity Business Banking ~2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 Member FDIC LUERS & DYER, CPAs, LLP CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Income Tax and Accounting. Full Service Firm ! 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