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u ........ m .......=' '= ~'~ 'l July 28, 2010 The Julian News 11 • FISHING REPORT • News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6 AM SHORE FISHING ENDS AT 8 PM FOR ALL YOU CAMPERS We Now Have Showers In Our North Shore Campground See Beckie For Details 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 to walk while looking for the hidden geocaches. You will need to bring your GPS and good walking shoes. Stop in at the tackle shop on West Shore to get the flyer with the clues and coordinates. The Ranger will give you directions for the Trail Head. You Can Now Use Your Canoes And Kayakks On The Lake. Remember They Will Need To Be Washed Down Before Launching Into The Lake We still have not been able to stock trout because of the water temperature. The trout are biting but you have to go deep. Crappie and catfish are biting and always fun for the kids. Rod and Tom Knochenhawer each caught 5 trout using green powerbait and crawlers The were fishing out in mid lake. Manolo Del Pozzo took 4 trout using green powerbait. Also out in the middle of the lake. Carly Childress caught 10 Crappie using wax worms and a jig at the T dock. There are approximately 239 species of native and 48 species ofdntroduced plants and trees at Lake Cuyamaca. Western Black Willow define the high water mark of the lake. The lake is at an elevation of 4,600 feet. Along the edges are native Oak, Coulter and Jeffrey Pine trees. Rainfall averages from 20 to 45 inches annually/ THERE IS A FREE FISHING CLASS EVERY SATURDAY AT 10 AM AT THE LAUNCH RAMP. The Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant and grocery store open at 6 AM. Daily specials. 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 Or To Make Reservations For Condos, Cabins Or Camping, Please Call 877-581-9904 Baseball is almost the only ol'derly thing in aveO, unorderlv world. If you get three strikes, even the best lawyer in the worm can't get you off -- Bill Veeck Keeping Kids Safe Online Is A Family Affair (NAPSA)-The Web offers many wonderful experiences for young people, so teaching them about Internet safety and providing them with the right "training wheels" is important. A recent survey by Yahoo! found that parents are taking action to keep their children safe on the Internet, but more frequent action is necessary. The survey found that: • 70 percent of parents talk to their children about online safety at least two to three times a year. • 45 percent of parents talk to their children about online safety at least once a month. • 74 percent of parents are connected to their children's profiles on social networking sites• • 71 percent of parents have taken at least one action to manage their children's use of the Internet or cell phones• Technology is evolving at lightning speed, and kids are among the first to adopt the latest and greatest gadgets and Internet services. It is important for parents to coach their children about online safety and provide them with "training wheels" so they can develop the skills and behaviors needed to stay safer online• Survey data shows that cyberbullying continues to be a concern for parents. While parents are acutely aware of the potential issues, they are not sure what to do. • 81 percent of parents know what cyberbullying is. • 37 percent of parents feel that they know what to do about cyberbullying• • Almost three-quarters (73 percent) of people want their child's school to play an active role in teaching online safety and citizenship• Yahoo! Safely offers these tips to help prevent cyberbullying: • Own your digital reputation. The Internet is a public space, so before sharing photos or personal details, make sure it's info that you'd share with teachers, colleges or job prospects• • Keep your private information under your control. Keeping Internet conversations (and your user names/profiles) free of personal information such as your password, full name or even the name of your school is important. • Be nice (and pass it on)! Be respectful online and treat people the way you'd want to be treated. If someone is being disrespectful or bullying you, try to ignore that person and use privacy tools to block that person from viewing your full profile and contacting you• • Know your rights• You have the right to not respond to e-mail or other messages that are inappropriate or make you feel uncomfortable• If you get a message that doesn't feel right, show it to a trusted adult and report it to your Internet service provider. • Have a family chat• Talking with your parents or guardians doesn't mean giving up your privacy. Everyone benefits when you're on the same page about online activities. For more information, visit http://safely.yahoo.com. For More Photos & Information Go To: JulianAppleTree.com 1. BRAND NEW HOME 4. STUNNING LAKEVIEW HOME 6, STORY BOOK HOME- in Julian Township Panoramic Views- of Forest & Lake Cm/amaca Panoramic Views Overlooking Lake Cuyamaca~ogtheMemo~e*&Ro~eeof~ge? THE LA JOLLA OF THE MOUNTIANS- 1,900 sq.ft, E~tate Sale,.. Heirs have never lived in this home. Including an authentic Ctawqoot tub. This Beautifully 3BD, 2BA mountain home on .42 Acre double lot with They are motivated to sell. restored 839 sqft 2BD, 1BA home is located in the views to lake and forest. Huge wrap around Deck 1,213 sq.ft. 2bd lba, huge loft/2"a bedroom, large heart of downtown Julian. Completely restored and surrounds home, Covered patios and decks, old oak dining & living room, detached 2 car garage. Just fell decorated remodeled and painted to capture the charm trees surround the property, Home scheduled to haw out of escrow.., Back on market at lower price! and dreams of yesteryear• final inspection in two weeks. Enjoy the mountains and winter snows. $369,000. Original Price: $349,000. Now Reduced: $324,000. . This is a must see! $297;500. 2. 3.33 Acres- LAND P0noramic Views. 5..28 ~res - LAND 7. WEEl~i~lD ~ (R3rI'r~E ÷ ~ Views The nicest Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! On a very nice .28 acre lot in Whispering Pines, 848 are in (photo right). Septic & leach lines are in. Includes beautiful $40,000. MINT CONDITION RV Home pictured (above) burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire, sq.ft,; 2BD, 1B& detached two car garage, large private unit on site. Original home was destroyed in 2003 P~d is cleared and clean. Property includes original patio off kitchen. Large living room, Custom made stone Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom, Original well house plans & Septic cert. Property he.~ septic, water & outdoor barbeque, Beautiful gazebo to enjoy views and production 30 GPM Water to building site, New electricity, sunsets; plus, terraced planters for your vegetable $10,000. quality road with gravel circular driveway, Originally listed at $t39,000. garden, Colorful flowers & mature ~rces adorn property. Incredible DeaL,Now $49,900. Originally $189,000~ Submit all offers now $169,000. Oriainollv $244.500. Reduced to $110.000, 3• 2.67 Acres - LAND P~mic M~mtain Top This 2.67 acre tot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San 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 may carry, Original Price: $369,000, Now $169,000. New Pq Equ ipment photos by Ted Snoody Julian High School Athletic Director/Head football coach Tim White talks with County of San Diego, Park and Recreation Department Assistant Director Rene Hilton about the work out his Eagle football team receives on the new exercise equipment recently installed at Jess Martin Park. Located next to the skate park and between the two smaller ball fields the eight work out stations offer the community an opportunity to improve their physical fitness on their Own ,,, THE JULIAN LIONS CLUB PRESENTS To withhold news is to play God. schedule. -- John Hess The equipment is part of a federal grant of over $450,000 the • * * * county is using to upgrade a number of parks. [---- --------- Household Chores continued from page 10 I.-=,The Pink ladies slipper is a wildflower / ! ('indy Brook - ,"~ wh i i a • . • • ale house- ns de nd out-and =;=, I . related to the orchid familv. / .... ,:",~::~ ................ ~ ,~ ]l, Uklr= l,/ltLtl • ~" -. - . 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