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2 The Julian News i. August 6, 2014 Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday Dinner for Two s35. Two Caesar salads Two Flat Iron Steaks Two Chocolate Cream Puffs stuffed with vanilla bean ice cream and espresso chocolate sauce Add our delicious house Cabernet Sauvignon for *5 a glass. 5pm to closing Reservations Suggested 76o.765.1587 The Julian BOOK HOUSE Purveyors of superb reading material Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 Leathers, Apparel, Gifts & Jewelry JulianHogHeaven,lnc g :Weekday Breakfast Specials 7 to 11/ ........ I s4.95 to s6.50 . I Plus a NewEspresso machine ? , IC rmen'sPlacel , 72018 Main Street 760 765 4600 \ \ \ \ \ \ 92036 / / / / / / / / / / / // / / ernail: GRAND OPENING of Julian business and would appreciate Farmers' Market- Supporting our your support with mine. Let's Backcountry Farmers, Artisans welcome the American Way and Musicians!!! Opening Day"Free Enterprise" and embrace -Sunday, August 17th throughit! Let's support each others' es & Vintage Items $ e Downtown Julian - Cole Bldg. 2116 Main Street - Downstairs October 26th, 10:00 a.m. topassion instead of being fearful I ,i3,rl _ I 2:00 p.m. in the Julian Library/ of the competition. I look so High School parking area. Our forward to meeting many of you vendors are coming in from on our Opening Day - August Ramona, Warner Springs, Santa Ysabel, Borrego Springs and Julian to provide a great variety of res,,cked rutandve0etabes . beautiful handcrafted arts and crafts provided by very gifted ., .:. _. and talented artisans and of ) fY/DAFFODIL PROJE course music by The High Wires and lots of other backcountry ii musicans. Channel 51 - KUSI is ORDERS 2014 )) the word out to the public. Four given us the opportunity to get APPROX. 225 -- 250 // of our vendors will be on TV on BULBS Saturday morning, August 16th along with Dave Scott giving MIXED DAFFODILS, us a big shout out as well. We $1OO.OO still have a few vendor spaces available and remember your U/ IARE A BUSHEL YgiTH A FRIEND %xX /1 first day is free - no fee; I would ,'/'/ DONATIONS APPRECIATED - love to fill all spaces - especially ii\!BEAUTI YoUR YARD & OUR TOWN 4 for our Grand Opening Day, This W r would also be a great way for the ,u an rc ant ,on0 ve t JULIAN DAFFODIL SHO and promote their businesses as '{i :: VIARCH 21ST & 22ND 2015 IN well, Just bring some inventory TOWN HALL"" ' . and/or samples of your product(s) and let the Market customers U know, "We have a store right CHECKS NO LATER THAN I the street with a bigger selection - )) f/SEPTEMBER 5TM 20 14 J) )} of iust what you are looking // //// for" hand them your business MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE & MAIL TO: card and you just made a new ( (/SALLY SNIPES AT PO BOX 775 customer. I am sure many of you \tl JULIAN, CA 92036 [/// are aware a lot of businesses got "A--UESTIONS? CALL 760 522"8244 their start and grew at Farmers Market. ACCOUNTING Community newspapers the original social networking site WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. All contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for pub/ication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be marled to:Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 emai/: /etters@ju/ in person: Julian News Office 1453 Hollow Glen Road (gain - 5:00pro Wed-Fr0 Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue My Market Goal and Mission Statement is "Julian is a Community in Unity" I not only want to "Support our Backcountry Farmers, Artisans and Musicians" but your businesses as well, if I can. I am not here to compete in any way with your business; that is why I chose the location I did and fought a very hard battle to acquire it. I am reaching out to provide an opportunity for you to "grow", as well, in a Farmers Market setting. I would like to ask that we all start thinking "Outside the Box" while continuing to maintain our historic, small town atmosphere; to work together, helping each other prosper and be successful. This venture is new to me. I have learned a lot in the last year planning and researching, visiting other Markets in San Diego, while jumping hoops and hurdles, with lots of twists and turns. The Farmers' Market is my passion, which brings on a lot of emotion along with lots of ups and downs; as I am sure many of you can fully understand, especially those .with their own business. I guess I am getting a bit carried away and maybe a bit emotional - I, in all sincerity, would like to support your 17th. I will be in the red canopy- Luers + Dyer right up front - to meet and greet. C.T,F,=a PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Wishing you all happiness and Established 1994 success in Making YOUR dream Julian a Realty! .... Cuers 760 765"0343 Karen Johnston Jan Dyer San Diego Make Your Dreams a Reality CPA 619 283-7113 ._. :,,, :.._.,,., Fire Journol Corporate Parmership, LLC Nonprofits Trust Individuals by Greg Ceurson Wednesday July 30th, 2014 [ Stayed home all day. Weather l is hot. During late afternoon, I Community Bankil t went for a walk. While walking ...... I heard air-attack aircraft right I i Checking I O Savings overhead; the command plane t) and an air tanker. Theywere right I" Home Equity Business Banking I over Whispering Pines, again, as i if July 3rd wasn't enough! I kept -- ]'k=. moving, walking from Lance's ', toward the ridge where Anita's 2033 Main St.. Julian I 765-2765 house is. Sure enough, smoke Member FDtC Rabobankl was below, in the canyon, near 7!:" : 4 Banner Road on the other side of the far ridge, to the northwest. , , , " Smoke was very mild, light blue, Recycled Art the fire not' in heavy fuel, yet. Donna was out in front of , her place and we watched the air-attack and talked. The smoke remained mild, cool, not very threatening, thank God. Not .,-,~mP,,l[ ~, like July 3rd. Other neighbors , Communib/Bankinc were coming over and taking a look. It was late afternoon and the temper-ature cooler. Slight westerly pushing the smoke east, southeast, over the far ridge below us. Then the retardant plane appeared and painted a line just on the other side of the ridge. The afternoon sun lit up the drop, making the kool-aid- colored liquid luminescent as it descended to the ground. It was beautiful, and to see that kind of skill by a pilot, and to see that kind of aircraft so close, well, I later mentioned to Donna that not too many people get to see such things. Then more talk. About fire. About neighbors. Life in the backcountry. About Donna having to hightail it outa there when the Pines Fire, in 2002, shot up the flank of Volcan along the telephone line. A helicopter, a Bell with a water pack on its tummy, showed up. They began hitting the hotspots. The air tanker returned with another load and did two more drops; again its white fuselage beautiful in the light cast by a soon-to-be-setting sun; and, also, nearly surreal while so closely skimming the contours of the topography just below us, continued on page 3 with for k~s M~~y Morgan ..~7 ....... *,:: :7 ; L: 'o :,ecvci c: -4 eow ei as other re-usable materials Ttxrsday, August 7 i030 AM Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... Owners/Publishers Michael Hart ....,,,..,.,....,,, ............. 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