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June 23, 2010 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Resu'lts and This Week's Prognosis THE TACKLE SHOP IS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6:00 AM TO 6:00 PM SHORE FISHING GOES UNTIL 8:00 PM ATTENTION ALL YOU GEOCACHE FANS. The staff here at Lake Cuyamaca have devised a geocache trail that should provide fun and outdoor activity for the whole family. The trail is 1.96 miles and takes about an hour o walk while looking for the hidden geocaches. You will need to bring your GPS and good walking shoes. Stop in at the tackleshop on West Shore to get the flyer with the clues and coordinanrts. The Ranger will give you directions for the Trail Head. Best Bait: Night crawlers Best Spots: Lone Pine and the North Shore Notables: Henry Seebold of El Cajon caught a 3.5 pound catfish at Lone Pine using a shiner. Chris Gaut of San Diego caught a 3 pound Bass using night crawlers at the wooden dock on the North Shore. YOU CAN USE YOUR CANOES AND KAYAKS ON THE LAKE UNTIL LABOR DAY. They will need to be washed down before launching into the Lake. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS AND MOTORS BEFORE LAUNCH. ALSO FLOAT TUBES AND WADERS MUST= BE WASHED DOWN BEFORE USING THE LAKE. THERE IS A FEE FOR THE WASH DOWN. For Further Information O? To Make Reservations For Condos, Cabins Or Camping, Please Call 877-581-9904 pip you IgNOW Adding monsters, science fiction, and a little martial arts improves any classic work of literature. That's what Quirk Books did when it reimagined Jane Austen's classic novels to create best sellers "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," "Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters" and "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls." The newest in the series, "Android Karenina,, reimagines Tolstoy's masterpiece with robots, cyborgs and interstellar space travel. For more information, visit www. quirkclassics.com. *** Showing movies outside, watching sports and playing video games can be a fun way to entertain or spend quality time with the family. An inflatable movie screen, such as the Airblown Inflatable Widescreen Movie Screen from Gemmy, can help tum any patio into an entertaining party space. Many homeowners are turning to wood alternatives such as wood plastic composite (WPC) or vinyl, which offer authentic wood grain textures in long-lasting, easy-care materials.' For information on easy- to-maintain building products, visit www.certainteed.com or call (800) 233-8990! 00BBITSBy Quick I19 Sometimes all we have are a few seconds to IDa new bird. Try to zero in on a distinctive mark to aid your search. Is the tail cocked like a blue-gray gnatcatcher? Does it have two eyebrows like a red-eyed vireo? Orange tail patches like an American redstart? Good luck! E-maih birdingbits@cfl.cora 2J010 King Features Syndicate. Ino, The Julian News 11 For More Photos & Information Go To: J ulianAp pie Tree. com I Apple Tree Realty I. BRAND NEW HOME Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cuyamaca THE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- 1,900 sq,ft. 3BD, 2BA mountain home on .42 Acre double lot with views to lake and forest. Huge wrap around Deck surrounds home, Covered patios and decks, old oak trees surround the property. Home scheduled to have final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369;000. 2. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. The nicest Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels are in (photo right). Septic & leach lines are in. Includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV unit on site. Original home was destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site. New $10,000. quality road with gravel circular driveway. Oriainallv $244.500. Reduced to $110,000. 3. 2.67 Acres - LAND Panoramic Mountain Top This 2.67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in Son Diego. Plus $160,000 in Property Improvements. Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Underground Telephone, Water & Septic in. Overlooks: Catalina Island, San Clemente Island, and Cornado Islands to Mexico. Night- time City lights up & down coast. Owner mere carry. Original Price: $369,000. Now $169,000. 4. STUNNING LAKEVIEW HOME Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca Estate Sale... Heirs have never lived in this home. They are motivated to sell. 1,213 sq.ft. 2bd lba, huge loft/2  bedroom, large dining & living room, detached 2 car garage. Just fell out of escrow,.. Back on market at lower price! Original Price: $349,000. Now Reduced: $324,000. 5..28 Acres- LAND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! P, ome pictured (above) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean. Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has septic, water & electricity. Originally listed at $139,000. Incredible DeaL.Now $49,900. 6. STORY BOOK HOME- in Julian Township Enjoy the Meraoeies & Romance of 19a7 Including an authentic Claw-foot tub. This Beautifully restored 839 sqft 2BD, 1BA home is located in the heart of downtown Julian. Completely restored and decorated remodeled and painted to capture the charm and dreams of yesteryear. This is a must see! $297.500. 7. WEEKEND ESCAPE COTTAGE * Scenic Views On a very nice .28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 sq.ft.; 2BD, 1BA, detached two car garage, large private patio off kitchen, Large living room, Custom made stone outdoor barbeque, Beautiful gazebo to enjoy views and sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable garden. Colorful flowers & mature trees adorn property. Originally $189,000. Submit all offers now $169,000. .......... Off: (760) 765-1111 i ! ;:Aiple e RI Ceh (760) 213-1185 Polo: affiliated residential :i:l : compani license Emaih :.IIN guSr:rESS :OVER 33 YEARS. RiCkGduliappleTree.com Rick Dyer P.O Box , Julian CA 92036 #01419'334 New Overdraft Protection Rules Give You A Choice (NAPSA)-New federal rules recently changed the way your bank handles overdrafts. The new rules let you decide whether to opt in to overdraft protection for ATM and debit card transactions that exceed the balance of your bank account. Understanding the new rules helps you take charge of your finances, say experts at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Overdrafts can have major costs, and while you might want protection, that protection isn't free and is often limited to a preset maximum amount. Here are some things to consider about overdraft protection: Without overdraft protection, banks typically decline electronic transactions that exceed your balance. The good news-no overdraft fees. Checks that overdraw your account still incur fees. With most standard overdraft protection plans, banks cover overdrafts up to a limit and charge a fee, about $20-35 per overdraft and maybe an additional fee if your account remains overdrawn. The penalties can add up quickly and can exceed the original transaction amount. Under the new rules, banks must get your permission before enrolling you in overdraft protection for electronic transactions. If you don't give permission, you can't be charged a fee. If you do not opt in by August 15, 2010, ATM and debit card transactions that exceed your Detail of woodblock by Kono Bairei (1844-1895) the Roman period, they were used as confetti at celebrations, for medicinal purposes, and as a source of perfume. Roman nobility established large public rose gardens in the south of Rome. Source: http://urbanext.illinois.edu/roses/history.cfm The rose plan t itself is said to be around 35 million years old; it has a very long history as a symbol for love and beauty and for politics and war. Cultivation of roses began some 5,000 years ago, probably in China. During 2010 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. balance may be denied at the point of transaction. Even if you are not denied, you can't be charged a fee, but you will be liable for the full amount of the transaction. If your account is opened on or after July 1, 2010, the bank cannot charge a fee for overdrafts unless you request overdraft protection. You can opt in or opt out of overdraft protection at any time. The new rules do not apply to checks or automatic bill payments. Banks may still automatically enroll you in standard overdraft protection for these services, and fees for bounced checks still apply. Some banks offer a line of credit or will link your checking account to a savings account or credit card as alternatives to standard overdraft protection. These options can be cheaper than standard overdraft protection fees. Of course, the best way to avoid overdraft fees is to never spend more than what is in your account. Keep track of your available balance. Be sure to allow ample time for checks to clear, and don't forget about automatic payments or deductions. Your deposits may not be processed immediately, and overdrafts may occur while deposits are pending. For more information, visit www.HelpWithMyBank.gov. Managing Your Money Online Banking: What You Should Know (NAPSA)--Only 15 years ago, the world of personal money man- agement changed forever with the introduction of online banking. Today, with high-speed Internet access common and mobile phones even more so, people not only appreciate but demand the ability to bank "anytime, anywhere." While it's possible to simply check your balance on]ine or trans- fer money--among the first two services offered--today, most banks offer a wider variety of services. Here are a few that may save you time and money and help the environment: Budget: If you have trouble making ends meet each month-- or if you want to get a better han- dle on what's coming in and where it's going--try online budgeting. Many banks also offer the option to track your spending automatically with a tool such as Wells Fargo's My Spending Report. Save: It's now possible to set up an automatic savings plan online to help meet a specific goal like a down payment, or a long- term objective like retirement. Spend: Online bill-pay services enable you to pay bills quickly, cheaply and securely. And newer services such as person-to-person payments let you easily transfer money, making it more convenient to split the check at lunch or to pay your babysitter. Go: New mobile banking ser- vices allow you to do all your banking on the go, and the newest--text banking, offered by some banks--don't even require that you sign up online first! While it's possible to simply check your balance online or transfer money, today, most banks offer a wider variety of services. The technological innovations that have revolutionized the way people manage their personal finances have changed small-busi- ness banking as well. Jennifer Hogan owns a success- ful women's accessories company called Toss Designs (www.toss designs.com) and once spent hours each month at the bank sending wire transfers and reconciling accounts. "I thought the technology that allowed me to bank over the phone was amazing, but now we do everything online with Wells Fargo, which is even more amaz- ing--I save at least 10 hours a week," she said. The ability to manage invoicing and receivables online can speed up payment and maximize cash flow. Whether you're an individual or own a small business, if you haven't tried online banking in a while, it may be time to take another look. Today's online bank- ing is faster, cheaper, greener and more secure than ever before.