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May 20, 2009 The Julian News 5 Thinking of Building ? Too Expensive ? Too Time Consuming? How About A Beautiful New Home at 30% to 40% Dollar Savings? And 70% to 80% Time Savings? We sell Factory Built Homes and offer Hundreds of Floor Plans and Exteriors. Built to UBC and HUD Codes and built on a permanent foundation. Traditional Houses Craftsman Style Homes Two Story Homes Manor and Estate Homes Mountain Cabins ULIAN 760 765 1020 (ESTER 'EAR Come See Our Models .... stern[ andmark [-[ v v ~ J_ [,, Santa Ysabel cell: (7"60) 580-7355 from email: My Thoughts by Michele Harvey What's With This Weather In my shop, people often ask if this is typical weather. Hot, cold, windy, quiet; who's to say. I tell them that typically we don't know what the weather will be each day. We wear boots and take our sandals with us. We wear light weight clothing and keep warmer clothes in our cars. Some, like me, even keep a blanket in my car just in case I get stuck on the road, which occasionally happens to someone, usually in winter when the snow plows are working hard to clear roads. The TV weathermen sure don't know what our weather will be. Their predictions for rain often mean we'll have a dry day. Their ideas of mountain temperatures are often at least ten degrees off. Most times they give the weather for the coast, then inland, then they skip over the mountains and desert and give temperatures for Imperial. I've never been to Imperial and don't know exactly where it is. I don't think many people are driving down there, but I could be wrong. I do think it would be better for the local weather predictors to realize that the mountains and deserts of San Diego County are daily destinations and people driving this direction get really upset when they have no idea how to dress. It may be amusing for us to see unprepared people walking through the snow in sandals, but it isn't funny to the person whose toes are really cold. This year we have hot days before most of us are ready for them. I know I'd like to feel more spring type weather before we slide straight toward summer. It seems that we used to get four full seasons, but in the past ten or fifteen years we have autumn, followed by winter, then with just a week or two of spring we wake up to summer temperatures. I'm never ready for summer in late April or early May. To me, July should be the beginning of summer followed by August, September and then the cooler nights of October and November. Winter can last from December through March, then I'm ready for spring. Maybe we are experiencing Global Warming and maybe we are going through a normal weather pattern of heat and dryness, which could also be called Global Warming. Whatever it's called and whatever is creating it; I miss summer rains and I miss four full seasons. Those seasons and the possibility of actual weather is the [Full Ser ce ' est in the County"Meat Department[ main reason I moved to Julian from La Mesa. [ ES.DA ChoiceBee[. Buffalo Meat I So, when people ask me what s with this weather, I tell them to I Sp al andHoliday Orders, cut toyourSpeci]icatio.s I enjoy it because tomorrow is sure to be completely different. These are my thoughts. I Groceries.. Sun.dries. Fresh l oduce ] I Beer. Wine. Liquor. Dry Cle g ] Back In The Day byKikiSkagen-Harris Prospecting For Trouble In the interval between gold "If' tilde sun/sto " ih nin< production and tourist attraction, I ..... p,pe.d_s "']g most of Julian's mines lay fallow su.aaemy, It woma take elgnt ....... minutes for people on earth ta be anti aesertea---ana were Talr I aware of the fact game for teenagers. FAX 765 3939 Bessie a a 1-year-old spayed Pit Bull Mix looking for her forever home. She arrived at the shelter as a stray and many of the dog volunteers immediately fell in love with her. Bessie loves her human companions and is very food motivated when it comes to training. She would fit in with an active lifestyle, a family willing to walk her on a regular basis or take her to the park so she can burn off some of her leftover puppy energy. She will make a wonderful companion for the right family. Bessie can be adopted for $69. ID#A1268349 Tag#C348 Callie is a 9 year old spayed calico. She has absolutely won over the shelter staff with her sparkling and sweet personality. Any family would be lucky to adopt such a special forever friend. With Callie around, your days will be brighter, you'll never be lonely for a pal at home, and you surely won't be able to remember what is was like before this adorable girl came into your life. Please come meet this super-star today! Just ask for ID#A1169260 Tag#CY69. Callie can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Bessie and Callie are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit for more information. Cousin Mark Greene was old enough to drive but not old enough to know better when he and a couple of friends tinkering with the Cold Beef mine. There were, in fact, two mines at the 'site off Banner Grade. One was the Golden Chariot, which produced a fair amount of gold in its day. Alas, the Golden Chariot went down at an angle and hit a spring. To get around the problems posed by the water, another enterprising miner dug straight down and installed a machine to bring up buckets laden with ore, or rock, or maybe just dirt but it was always possible that it would be pay dirt. What he hit was also water, but that's another story. Mark's friends had some sort of arrangement--they said-- with the owner that allowed them to tinker with the mine. The owner, Ed Ferris of the Laguna Junction Cafe, had presumably lost interest, water being less precious than gold at least in those days. At any rate, the boys had free rein, possibly with permission, possibly because no one was around. So Mark & Co. decided they'd get the lift in working order and, being American males with a good command of mechanics (even if it didn't always translate into good grades in Physics) they thought they could fix the one cylinder diesel engine that ran it pretty easily. The task turned out to be more difficult than they had anticipated, lasting over several trips and they were on the verge of giving up when it all came together into a classic case of "you need to be careful what you wish for." The visits to the mine were, as we noted above, sort of...well, informal when it came right down to it. This is one reason that the clamor made by the lift when it began to work was so startling. It resounded back and forth between the canyon walls and out to the road. The creaking, groaning and general mayhem was a bit more than the boys had bargained for and they left forthwith, not to mention quickly. What happened after that? No one knows. Or perhaps some people do but Mark isn't one of them. All Your Tree Service Needs Commercial Progressively Old Fashioned Collectibles Gifts Jewelry 211 1 Main Street In "Ihe Heart of Downtown Julian Shelter Valley Happenings from Rick Sparks Enjoying the Mother's Day breakfast cooked and served by Robert Lopez and Doug Henry are (1 to r) Sharon Henry, Lorena Lopez, Donna Trimble, Lisa Bowler, Marcella Polimadei, and Diane Schmitz. Photo by Carol Sparks Don't forget, the next SVCC general meeting on June 3rd is the vote for the board seats. There.will be a weenie roast starting at 6 pm to get everyone set for the meeting at 7:00 pm These days the health and safety of your bank account is important, just like your own health and safety. Bring your accounts to Rabobank, N.A. and put your mind at ease. We're part of the Rabobank Group, one of the safest banks in the world with a triple A rating from Standard & Poor's and Moody's Investors Service. We're well capitalized and proudly meet the needs of our customers without government assistance. Visit your nearest Rabobank branch and open your checking account today, JULIAN 2033 Main Street (760) 765-2765 Rabobank, N.A.. Member FDIC 6