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Surrounded by Oaks and Manzanita front yard, double attached garage and views! I[ trees on 2.5 Acres. Definitely a Great Opportunity! $.700;000" $740,000 $389,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood inside and out. Priced at $289,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: AWARD-WINNING contemporary country design featuring a peaceful, open view of a mountain meadow and pond. Three bedroom, open-beam ceilings, mahogany details, custom windows and lighting. Scenic 9.6 acres with mature oaks. Truly a exquisite, unique and private property. $1,150,000 WOODED MOUNTAIN HOMEd,h 2 bedrooms, lPO en floor plan, decks, many trees, ara e, arge shed and an ext'rm Woul mgke a great weekend hidff'J)}'r retirement home. Seller motivated..Jr" -d to sell at "00'$200,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: Charming and immaculate country home. Two bedroom, plus bonus room. Hardwood floors, open- beam wood ceilings, claw foot tub, tons of upgrades. Usable half acre plus with large trees and areas for gardens. Ready for you to move right in. $287,00O AVAILABLE LAND • NICE ONE-ACRE SITE - in High Desert i community of Shelter Valley. 20 minutes from Julian andBorrego, onLastDollarTrail. Pricedat$22,000 • FANTASTIC VIEWS - even to the ocean on a clear day - from this 4.32 Acre parcel on North Peak in gated community. Survey and Septic layout completed• Priced at $125,000 • CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS - 1.28 Acres with easy access, many mature trees, views Has approved septic layout. $169,000 • CHOICE WOODED PARCEL - in Julian Estates 4.24 Acres at the end of East Incense Cedar Rd. with easy access off cul-de-sac. Underground power and phone.• Price Reduced to $17 [,000 • SPECTACULAR VIEWS! - From this 4.7 Acre parcel, also in Julian Estates gated community. Good well, perc tests are completed, Very private. Reduced to $255,000 Kirby Winn, RealtorAssociate email: Has It Really Been 50 Years? Remembrances Of The Class Of '61 never heard of wearing them" "Mr. Leonard, the math teacher, took us to the beach in the back of his pickup," said Susan Huntamer Wanket. "We had a great picnic and a really good time." Everybody drove at sixteen and there were no restrictions about who was in the car or when teenagers were out so kids were independent and mobile. Donna remembers a hay ride in Borrego where she and her friends had parked their cars .... somewhere. They were let off the hay wagon and went to the cars...and couldn't find them. They spent a bit of time on someone's backyard swing discussing the situation and decided to knock on a motel door to see if they could get help. The proprietor had been asleep and was mainly furious. Finally Ronnie Angel showed up and took them to the cars. They got home about 3 a.m. and it was the one time, Donna said, when her mother thought She was lying about why she was out so late. "1 used to walk into town after school and stop at various houses to visit my friends. They lived in all those little houses that are now businesses. And what I realized yesterday is that they were really small, really teeny places for families but no one thought of that then." The memories came thick and fast at the 50th Reunion for the Julian Union High School Class of 1961 and followed three themes: Julian was much smaller and everyone knew everyone else; There is a 10t more tourism now; Kids then had much more freedom to do things that aren't allowed nowadays. "Carol Long and I rode our bikes to Mesa Grande from Wynola one day," said Donna Marcy Duggan. "They were ordinary o1' bikes, no gears. We didn't want to ride back because of the Santa Ysabel grade so we just knocked on doors until we found someone who would take us home. No one thought twice about it. And helmets....we Rudy Rickansrud honors Kathy Angel Feigel for getting the reunion organized and making it a special evening. by Kiki Skagen-Harris been nagging at me. The road is the same, at Cauzza's barn...there are so many new places. Then someone ask6d if the Julian Lodge had always been there. No! It was a big barn, that barn that Hoskings used for their cattle." "1 remember how they piled snow in the middle of the street," said Kenny Simon. Most also remembered walking down Main Street when strangers were the exception rather than the norm. Many remembered knowing who was in town by the cars parked at the (old) Post Office or at other stores. "Julian is more commercial," said Sandie Beattie Redding. "There were some tourist things when we were kids but not much--mainly the Apple Days which was one weekend, not a month. Now we still have a few stores that are for daily living needs but the majority are for tourists, thOugh it's great for Christmas shopping." While there was some regret for the old days -- everyone was younger then! -- it hasn't kept people from coming back to Julian. Many live in San Diego County; others have family here and all have a group of good friends, one of the most remembered things about growing up in this small town. "In the end, Julian is Julian and it's a really special place" said one participant. Others agreed. The 1961 Class from Julian High, smiling for the camera. "That's the big difference,,' said Kathy Angel Feigel. ',Back then kids had more leisure time and more freedom to explore." Charlie and Patti Long echoed that, "Now there are more conveniences and less time. Kids have more -- more things, more things 'to do' -- nowadays and they're bored. We were never bored.." On the same theme, Leona Handley MacDonald thought that today's high school students spend more money and enjoy it less. "We had a lot of fun decorating the MultiPurpose Room for our proms. And look how much it Pat and Donna Marcy Duggan costs to be a cheerleader these days! We made our outfits and then passed them down to the kids behind us." JUHS had such a large district back then that many students spent hours each day on the bus. Sometimes this was an advantage. Susan Huntamer remembered her academic rivalry with Kenny Beattie. "He kept getting higher marks on tests, then I found out he was cheating on me, studying for each test the hour he spent on the bus that morning!" Betty Long noted that her parents had to drive the kids 7 miles from Ranchita to Highway 79 to get the bus. DeeDee Dreis Bodde had been part Of that group and the two wandered off, talking about their bus driver, Mr. Peyton, and how everyone respected him. Gary Wilson and others could name every bus driver at the school, mainly because most of them also occupied other positions there. Julian has grown. "1 drove out Farmer Road and tried to remember how it was, what was different," said Paul Ocker. "It's Every ones favorite Civics teacher Mr. Rickansrud with Danny Baker (class of 59)