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April 18, 2012 ii ocaf E erience Since 1988 * Tree Consulting and Inspection * Long Term Forest Maintenance and Planning * Hazardous Removal and Precision Felling * Ornamental Pruning and Lacing * Brush Clearing and Chipping FREE ES TIMA TES Licensed and Bonded Fully Insured for Your "Protection ERIC DAUBER H: 760-765-2975 C: 760-271-9585 PO Box 254 JULIAN, CA. 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It also provided several new entries in the "What to do so I don't have to cook lunch (or maybe dinner) for THIS weekend's guests" notebook and, given the chatty nature of us country folk coupled with a neat common experience, helped us meet and talk to some hitherto unknown neighbors as well as people from down the hill. We might have even recruited a nurse from Arizona for the Medical Clinic not knowing, of course, whether or not it needs one since the current nurses are just fine. Wonderful, in fact. Some of the restaurants didn't seem to realize that people might actually come back (or, more to the point, NOT come back) based on people's experiences but others really got the point. The lobster bisque at Jeremy's and artichoke same at Candied Apple were fabulous. Candied Apple also provided a slice of Chef Charles' wonderful bread and a cookie. Gave the cookie to Tez (sp?) at Country Cellars since the old stomach already had a lot of sweets in it and she said that was wonderful as well. Country Cellars was the real find of the day leaving one to wonder how it's possible to miss such a gem so long. It's basically a retail shop for San Diego Country wineries. The prices looked good, they offer tasting, and it's a great way to support the local economy. This is not to say that the local wineries directly represented (Witch Creek) or actually located here (Jenkins and Menghini which were all on the tour, Orfila somehow having decided not to be; haven't been to Orfila in years somehow...) don't merit a vist. They all have worth-drinking wine and Jenkins and Menghini's offer the terrific bonus of being located down scenic roads. But Country Cellars means it's possible to go down and find just that right wine for dinner without having to drive around very much. Fabulous. Bailey's was outstanding for Tom's hand crafted brews. They served a pale ale and a stout (Cyrus,raised in Britain, REALLY liked the stout) and we complained about the size of the servings. Too large for a long tour. "They were only two ounces," said Tom. Perhaps real drinkers wouldn't have minded. Cyrus-raised-in-England, also loved the hard cider at Julian Hard Cider and we found out that JHC is going to start exporting to England and The Continent. Wow. We will refrain from saying more about the Habanero jelly than that it's the HOTTEST darn jelly we ever set sensitive and now abused taste buds to. The Julian Grill had a lovely presentation of a LARGE array of food shrimplinguini, Georgia peach pork, potatoes, salad yum. We were glad we hit that one early on. Julian Tea and Cottage Arts was, as always, charming and full of lovely things just begging to be bought. They served two types of tea and a fabulous homemade shortbread V~ookie. Julian Pie and Mom's were, as always, good and we couldn't make Wynola Pizza because the old stomachs were so overstuffed they rebelled. In any case, Wynola Pizza is a regular haunt and well known. So, a full day and a fuller stomach. A big thank you to all the good folk who participated. Many of you will see repeat business based on what we heard, not to mention tasted, through the day. Rabobank, N.A. Member FDIC *See branch for official rules and details. No purchase necessary. **Offer applies to Personal Checking, Personal nterest Checking, Senior Checking, Option Checking and Sole Proprietor Checking only and ends June 8 2012. $100 minimum opening deposit required. ***Ask your mobile service orbvider for fees that may apply. Easter Eggs Hunted Down by Amber Ward Andrew, Age 9 with a Silver Egg photo by Ted Snoddy On Saturday, April 7, the Julian Lions Club and the Miss Julian & Teen Miss Julian Scholarship Pageant held their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Frank Lane Park. Sponsored by the Lions Club, this was the second year that the two community service groups have worked together to host the event. This year, Julian youth enjoyec finding over 800 candy- filled eggs, including the silver and gold eggs that awarded special prizes! A special thanks to members of the Julian Lions Club, and to the queens, princesses, and staff of the Miss Julian and Miss Lakeside Scholarship Pageants, for all their hard work in keeping this Julian tradition alive! IRS AUDIT REPRESENTATION, APPEALS, RECONSIDERATIONS =,l,= * * Conversation is an art in which a man has all mankind for competitors. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson The Julian News 3 !ii! ,::: ............... : ' ........... ' y . for the... ....... !i:i!!ii! :!:ii:!i!i! and much, much more ... Come enjoy the delicious wine, food, fun and Silent Auction at the beautiful... Blum Lodge at Camp Stevens 1108 Banner Grade. 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