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May 18, 2011 The Julian News 11 FISHING REPORT Call: (760) 765-1111 from Apple TreeRealty pple Tree  '" ,  and Po Properties ore affiliated residential Rel Estate Brokerage companies' license Email: Rick@JulianAppleTree.com #00571248 For More Photos & Information Go To: L=ke Cuyoma= z"Busz"Ess OVER 33 YEARS' JulianAppleTree'cm' I" Realty Last Week's Results and P.O. Box 484, Julian CA 92036 This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca Cool weather has kept the fishing very good this past week. Mt. Lassen has delivered 1000 pounds of their emerald trout this week.. Fishing should be excellent. Ask the Ranger about our frequent fisher card and don't forget about the free fishing class held every Saturday morning at 10 am. Prior to Memorial Day we will be stocking 5 tagged, trophy size trout. These trophy trout will be coming from mt lassen along with a 1000 pounds of emerald trout. If you catch a tagged trout pleasebring it to the tackle shop and you could win a free boat rental and permits. Notables: Many limits this week, only a few large fish. Chris Wolfe of El Cajon limited out with some nice fish. He was using nightcrawlers at Pomphouse Cove. Ranee Pifer of La Mesa caught a nice 7 1/2 trout using nightcrawlers. Dominic Regalado of Julian took 4 trout for a total of 24.3 Ibs. He was fishing at Lone Pine with power worms and powerbait, Condos: Check out the availability of our lovely Lakeview Condos. The perfect getaway. Our midweek Special on the Lakeview condos is: $155 per night for up to four persons. Your well behaved dog is welcome. Free boat rental on the day of your choice. Reservations: For tent camping, RV camping, sleeping cabins orcondo rentals, please call 877-581-9904 Showers: We now have some very nice new shower facilities. There are three shower rooms, one of which is wheelchair accessible. Bring your quarters. 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. A wise prince will seek means by which his subjects will always and in every possible condition of things have need of his government, and then they will always be faithful to him. -- Niccolo Machiavelli ' 6 1 CindyBrook Mother's Day What can you do to make Mom day special? Perhaps her birdbaths or even her feeders need scrubbing. Or you can mix a special birdseed blend just for her. Equal amounts of sunflower chips, peanuts, black oil sunflower and saf- flower seed will bring any bird to any yard. Be creative. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rr.com 2011 king Features Syndicate, Inc. 2 4 5 8 3 1. 1 Acre- LAND Panoramic Views 4. ALMOST NEW 7, DELIGHTFUL CABIN 2BD, IBA Beautiful View Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Includes Water Built in 2005... This Meter to building site and Septic is in. Home pictured was lost in the nicest part in 2003 Fire. This parcel has potential for.re-build status with .45 acres. County Building partment, Blanket perk for 3 bedroom 2 Slate bath. Completed house plans ..... . ,: ,+:   ,   PRICE REDUCED] Was $59,000. Now $44,900. 2. Magnificent 3BD 2BA 360 views to ocean, a park-like sanctuary exotic hardwood floors large glorious country gardens and pit & "landscaped, acre Panoramic najestic pines create Hills. Enjoy Dark, in groove wood walls, guest house overlooks pool, Eloquent rock fire patios, gardener's delight, 100% rose bushes, fruit trees, giant fir Pine and  ips, daffodils, iris. Offered at $549,000. 31 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. Beautiful Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price includes beautiihl $40,000, MINT CONDITION RV unit w Corian counter tops. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site, circular driveway. Originally $244,500. Reduced to $96.400. Pancake Breakfast - Cuyamaca Fire House, Sunday - May 29 - 8am until noon - raffle and bake sale. Th - The Aztec culture believed that ingesting ,,(t 0n 0 or smoking morning glory seeds were a means of connecting with the gods. "Ihe ! 1q Chontal and Mazatec tribes of Mexico believed not only that strong spiritual Mornin Glories energy existed within , these plants, but also "}., ./' that living within the actual \\;._ /)' >,  flowers were spirits that (_Je/-'))" could commtme with /X\\;)'([ ...,] them and impart /-/ b2c divine knowledge. 2011 by King Features Syndicate; Inc. World rights reserved. beautiful inside & out! 3BD 2Ba 1164 SqFt,, tchen appliances, Hardwood & Central iheating occasional weekend, Fiteple $3i7,000. 5. Beautiful French Victorian Executive home, Enjoy this secluded 1,782 SqFt 3BD 2.5 BA property, It is heavily treed on 2 level acres. Fabulous Gourmet kitchen & formal dining, Huge rock fireplace, fenced, Wrap around covered wood decks, giant master with Bays and sitting areas, detached extra 24'x30' RV parking sb'le house plus guest house /garage/Workshop, enclosed RV pking 12' high automatic rollup door & separate driveway, Offered at $399,000. 6. Low Price Home! 4.5% Financing This Beautiful 900 sq.ft. 3BD, 1BA, Mobile Home has been newly remodeled. Includeg high-end kitchen appliances, upgraded bathroom, Wood burning stove plus forced air heating, new paint. Owner may finance at 4.5% for 15 years with $11,000. Down. Fruit trees & Roses. Submit all offers! Land Lease. Originally $59,000 NOW $44,900. Potential as a vacation usable yard. Second storage area. There is rock hearth and There are cabinets, and Large .22 Acre used as a utility and burning stove with a baleoi $145,000. 8. HORSE RANCH & Built in 2009... This level ceilings is beautiful inside out, Cedar fenced & horse property 2.5 Car on Ten minutes 9. BRAND NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest THE LA JOLLA OF THE 3BD, 2BA mountain Overlooking lake & home, Covered the property. with vaulted small but well laid 360 views, Fabulous detached Guest house, stream 'oughout. . Offered for $274,900. 1,900 sq.ft. Acre double lot, around Deck surrounds Mature oak trees surround 3untains & winter snows. AmingPrice! NOW $299,000, by Larry Sterling or Plote? Q: I recently inherited a set of American flatware from the 1930s. How can I determine whether it is sterling or plate? -- Susan, Athens, Ga. A: Any item with 92.5 percent silver content is considered sterling and is marked as such. Some pieces are identified as coin or pure coin, indicating that it is 90 percent silver rather than the customary 92.5 percent. By international law, siIverplate can't be marked as sterling, bear an English hallmark nor have the numerical marking of the better silver grades. Since more than 90 percent of all sterling is marked as such, the other 10 percent must be determined by an expert. One of the better references is Warman's Sterling Silver Flatware: Value and Identification Guide by Mark F. Moran, which features more than 18,000 listings with current values. This is an essential guide to prominent silversmiths, manufacturers and patterns. It is $24.99 and available through www.krause.com. Q: /have autographs of several New York Yankee players from 1939, including both Lou Gehrig and Joe DiMaggio. I would like to have the signatures authenticated and possibly find out their value. -- Michael, Holiday, Fla. A: One of the better autograph experts is Brian Kathenes, P.O. Box 482, Hope, NJ 07844; brian@nacvalue.com; and www.nacvalue.com. He is a certified appraiser of autographs, manuscripts and historical documents and can help you determine values and possibly find a buyer for you. Q: I have two framed John Deere advertising items that appear to be quite old. Although I showed the pair to an official at the Dubuque Museum of Art, I was unable to find out anything more than I already knew. Can you help me? --Lyle, Dubuque, Iowa A: There is a club for John Deere enthusiasts in Iowa. The contact' information is Two- Cylinder Club Worldwide, P.O. Box 430, Grundy Center, Iowa 50638; www.johndeeretradition. com. Q: Who can I contact in regard to some cameras I own. I have a Kodak 8mm movie camera and an Argus C3 35mm. --Lillie, Phoenix, Ariz. A: One of the better sources in your area is Collectible Cameras, 1305 E. Northern Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85030, and inquiries@ collectiblecameras.com. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@ ao/.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. 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