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April 8, 2009 Greeting from Lake Cuyamaca. The wildflowers are coming out about now and the wildlife viewing is fantastic. The deer are munching in the new green grass right along the highway and Tom turkeys are strutting their stuff. Good for a few laughs. S a Foreclosure le from Bank Owned & Great Deals. Lake Cuyamaca Largetrees $212,000. 4Bd 2Ba, 1,840 sq.fl, 1.9 acres, Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis NEW CUSTOM HOME! May beELIGIBLE FOR $18,000. in Rustic Cabin 1,000 sq.ft. 2Bd 1Ba + STATE & FEDERAL TAX CREDIT... ' loft, secluded forestry land $139,000. 2Bd, 2Ba, 1500 sq.fl..38Acre basement, deck fenced yard views! $249k-299k 3Bd,2Ba 1500sqf1.25Ac wrap-around  deck, fireplace, two car garage, gated ,, I Rick Dyer, agent 3bd, lba, 1040sq.fl. newer windows frontyard. $189,900.  wood burning stove, park-like setting _ .  ? Apple Junction Re: wrap-around deck fencing. $139,900. 4Bd 3.5Ba,q,, ..... 5Ac Granite L  Locally owned25years Ltstm sCourtes o A leJuncttonRE P pantry, ,zebo, deck, $430,000. W :ii:: .......... Off: 760-765-1111 • "  y " pp " , rudential, G.DMitchel, TurningLeafRe/Max,'Tri-Coast, i!: Ceh 760-213-1185 American Eagle, San Diego Realty. Information in this ad deemed correct but not guaranteed. Smaih WE ARE NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKAT 6 AM. CLOSING TIME VARIES ACCORDING TO SUNSET. Trout Bait: Power Bait, any color• nightcrawlers dipped in scent. Best Lures: Orange Rapala, Rooster Tail, (Yellow) dipped in scent. Best Spots: Lone Pine, Chambers Park, and most of the Lake. Notable: Suzanne Bates of El Cajon took a limit of Rainbows, largest was 4 1/2 pounds. The Dike was the lucky spot for Suzanne. Christopher Hudnall and two friends, Alpine got 3 limits of trout (15 total) Largest was 4 1/2 pounds, using a Cuyamaca Sandwich at the North Finger Jetty• Inn Coley of Santa Ysabel got a limit in 2 1/2 hours including a 2 1/2 pounder on inflated Nightcrawler with corn scent. Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 ˝ miles around the lake. Good bird and deer watching right now. Free Fishing Class: Saturday at 10 AM. Meet Ranger Charlie or Jay at the Launch Ramp. Stocking Report: The week of April 6, Jess Ranch will be stocking the lake again with primo Rainbow Trout. Fishing should continue to be excellent. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE LAUNCH. A fee is charged. (boats, motors, float tubs, waders) More details under Boat Wash Station. Check on the availability of our lovely Lakeview Condos, The perfect getaway. And we allow your well behaved pet. For more information: toll free (877) 581-9904, Fax (760) 765- 1749 Cracked Corn Many thanks to Ken for writing to remind me that cracked corn is a mourning dove favorite. Ken has had much success using cracked corn, and feeds more than 20 doves a day. It's nice to know people want doves in their yard. They are a peaceful bird to have around, E-nmil: birdingbits@cfl, n:com @2009 King Features Syrieate, Inc. OUTDOOR TIPS HAN61N6 CLOTHES ARE LE$5 LIKELY TO FALL OFF THE HANGER5 WHEN TRAJLER "rI:VELIHG OVER ROUGH TERRAtN IF YOU HANG EACH CARhIENT ON TWO HAN6ERS WITH THE HO0 FACI EACH OTHEI2 Make Every Day Earth Day For Recycling Tips For Recycling More Plastic Bottles And Bags (NAPSA)-According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the average American produces approximately 1,600 pounds of trash per year. Too much trash going into landfills contains material that can be recycled instead. Here are a few simple tips for recycling plastic bottles and bags on Earth Day (April 22) and throughout the year. Be Plastics Smart: Find out which plastics are recycled in your community. Though recycling varies across communities, most curbside programs collect plastic bottles and many grocery stores recycle plastic bags. Recycle These Items with Your Bottles: Milk jugs; beverage bottles (e.g., water, soft drinks, juice, beer); shampoo, toiletry, detergent and household- cleaning bottles; salad dressing, cooking oil and condiment bottles; food jars (e.g., peanut butter, mayonnaise). Recycle These Items with Your Bags: Grocery and retail shopping bags; newspaper bags; dry-cleaning bags; bread bags; wraps from paper towels, napkins, bathroom paper and cases of soda. Clean and Empty: Recycle only clean and empty bottles and bags. Unless directed otherwise, remove bottle caps. Do not recycle bags that have food residue or material that has been painted or glued. Bring it Back to the Bin: Many bottles and bags are used away from home, so remember to bring them back to the recycle bin. When you're out, store them in a backpack or briefcase, or simply leave them in the car until you arrive home or at the grocery store. Pitch in Beyond the Kitchen: While many recyclable bottles Out In The Woods The Real Spring Mix by J. Grant, naturalist When most of us want a salad, we walk down the produce aisle at the market. This is the normal place to pick out a bag of salad, but not the original place• A delicious bag of young greens, consisting of five to six varieties, is called "Spring mix". When spring arrives in our mountains, it brings with it an invitation to gather from nature's salad bar. Our local edible greens are sprouting tender new leaves, the beginning of this seasons growth. These new leaves are the "Spring mix" we are after for our dinner plates. Our native greens are best eaten young, while they are tender and tasty. As these leaves mature, they will require boiling to remove bitterness and restore tenderness When picking these young leaves, they must be carefully removed from the plants. This will ensure future growth, and allow us to gather new leaves as they replace ones that were picked. The first ingredient for our salad is Watercress (Rorippa nasturtium aqauticum).This grows in or near water, and should not be consumed if the quality of the water source is questionable. With compound leaves and white or yellow flowers, it is easily recognizable. Next we look for Miners lettuce (Claytonia perfoliota). This is a very common spring green, and contains vitamins needed for survival• Gather the tasty saucer shaped leaves on top, the younger the better. Tansy mustard (Descurainia pinnata) adds a sharp flavor to the mix. This plant has many small yellow flowers and fern like leaves, both edible• Another common green is Amaranth(Amaranthus californium), this low lying plant has small oval leaves, green on top ,purple on the bottom. Spring brings a bounty of Clover (Trifolium) harvested since time began in these mountains. My favorite is Indian Clover (Trifolium albopurpureum). With .clover shaped leaves and purple compound flowers ,we will come to recognize this delicious plant. The last ingredient in our salad is Common Plantain (Plantago major). With the arrival of Europeans, came some non native plants. Some were useful, others were invasive, Plantain is both. This plant quickly became established locally, so we can get a steady supply of spring greens from this hardy plant. Spring produces tender leaves on this plant, and later develops long seed spikes• These seeds are used as a fiber supplement. A good washing in clean mountain water is our last step. A quick and easy salad dressing can be made, try juicing an orange, add honey and toss together• A walk in the woods always beats a walk down the produce aisle. come from the kitchen, don't forget to 'check bathrooms and the laundry room for recyclable plastics, such as shampoo and detergent bottles• When in Doubt, Leave it Out: Keep in mind that mixing the wrong types of materials can lower the quality of the recyclables, so include only the items your community accepts. Avoid recycling items such as automotive, pesticide or solvent bottles, the pumps from spray bottles (the bottles themselves should be recycled) and toys. Remember that recycled plastics are valuableand go on to become second-generation products. Bottles are used to make hundreds of everyday items, including carpets and fleece jackets• Plastic bags can be made into durable backyard decks, fences, benches, shopping carts and new bags. For more information, visit www. and www.plasticbagrecycling. org. Over 4 billion pounds of plastics are recycled in the United States annually, saving enough energy to heat over 2.1 million homes. SpectacularAIpine log home on 38 acres. Views, 3ond, barn, riding trails, caretakers quarters, 2 large detached garages. $2,950,000. Choice 1.28 acre Pine Hills site. Quite level, views, trees, easy access. $188,000. PROPERTIES STZEET, COKNEK OF MAIN AND C STREETS 760-765-01900. WW00JULIAN-PKOPERTIES.COM information on all homez availabb in the Julian area. Large Workshop, older home, outbuildings, large trees all on 2.21 usable acres. $310,000. Gorgeous views, 5 acre parcel, Well, storage tank, shed, electricity, septic in for 2 bedroom. All for $198,000. The Julian News 9 1344 sq.ft. 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH- on 1 acre of land bonus room off the kitchen, dining room, walk in closets, indoor laundry, 22x12 rear deck plus 12x12 porch. $85,001. Second Annual Ramona Garden Tour - Saturday April 18 The Ramona Garden Club will be having its second annual Garden Tour and Plant Sale on Saturday, April 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., rain or shine. Proceeds from the tour and sale benefit student scholarships and community projects. Seven unique and beautiful gardens will be featured on a self-guided tour. At one of the gardens tour goers will also have the opportunity to view the inside of a very special custom built southwest style home with panoramic views to the ocean, all on 25 magnificent acres. Refreshments will be served there, while a composting demonstration by Master Composters will be presented at another garden• Two of the gardens won top awards in San Diego County's California Friendly Landscape Contest in 2008. The Plant Sale will take A good marriage is the union of two good forgivers. place in the parking lot of First Business Bank at 1315 Main Street. Hundreds of quality plants well suited to growing in Ramona will be available, including a large selection of salvias from around the world and Queen Palms at bargain prices. The Main Street location will also include a raffle, a Master Gardeners booth, gently used garden items, cement leaf castings and garden related vendors. Tickets are $15 and are available in advance at Ramona Interiors, 707 Main Street. Tickets will be sold the day of the event at the First Business Bank location• Maps to the locations and descriptions of the gardens will be provided with the tickets. 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