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8 The Julian News September 1, 2010 $390,900. Country Charmer close to town on 4.9 acres 3 bedroom 2 bath, 1600 sq. ft. historic nod lovely wooded lot call Bonnie at 619-992-31168 f-FREE Parking at Wynola Farms Marketplace Fabulous views from this large usable parcel. Approved for $ lg. reside,ce. Can build (/.) homes legally. Priveway a,d pad roughed iN. Ssonal creek with area suitable for poMd. Part of land was previously terraced for orchard. Tons of Oak Firewood to be harvested. good for horses. 000019,000 1/.* Acres - Very Private Pi.e Hills Land. Views to the Ooat and guyamaeas. Near the end of Quiet Oaks Trail. Horses OK. SI;LLI;F, WILL 1T&Pi PLUS gASH - FOI A JULIAN SlPi;NOi; q.$9,000 S.11 Acres -- Very Private with Well, Pog Kennel Storage Puilding. $ ! 99,999 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous t60 View Properly. Septic Approved for Ped F, oom F, esidenee. All Utilities at Properly. Water Meter Installed. Lots of Usable la.d for Horses, 0ardens. $199,000 Vroperfies are "Off the d" (No g90[I rhore is telep00e pealer#round to each parcel. me have water meters, some need wells. All ori#inally approved for  Bed Room residences. Suitable for manufaefured homes. 1 Acre -- gorgeous, Sloping, Poildable Parcel ,educed To Sell .$[0,000 Z.6J Acres -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide Septic layout with acceptable offer ................................... $I :,,0 0 0 Z,9T Acres -- large Parcel with Water Meter ........... $98,000 Z5 Acres -- Fabulous views from the Coroados to n lemee. I0rders State Park. Approved Septic layout for  Ped lZ.oom residence. Priveway and Pad roughed in ............ $98,000 Z.P Acres -- All underground utilities, Septic layout approved for  P. residence, lots of Oaks. Asphaff Paved oad - $ l [0,000 Z5 Acres -- Approved Ram for  Ped F,0o /.+Path, /.TOO S.F. Residence, ouety approved 0rading Plan, Approved J Ped V, oom Septic layout, ,eady To uild - $Z19 Create "defensible space" around your home, plan to evacuate early, and make I|MIlllCM)E I! part of your wildfire safety plan. BAIIRICM)I,: lI Fire Blocking Gel has saved hundreds of homes across the US, including San Diego County. The gel is easy to apply with a garden hose and minimum 40psi water pressure when wildfire threatens your community, llARIIICAI)I I/helps protect your house against flying embers, radiant heat, and direct flame contact. 100% non-toxic and biodegradable. Home Kits $350.00 each plus tax. Includes free site visit and delivery. The Grazing Gourmet Returns For Wine Tasting Event At Romano's The Grazing Gourmet is back, lured ou t of their kitchen by a new development at one of our local restaurants. Read on... The first monthly wine pairing at Romano's on August 26 was an unqualified success. A succession of great wines accompanied by delicious food left participants complaining in the best of possible ways. The wines were so good it was a problem deciding which was the best. The accompanying food was so delicious that everyone overate. As waiters lit candles, diners The evening started with a speculated whether the kitchen Negroni, a cocktail composed ran on gas or electricity and of campari, gin, a splash of the first course and wine were vermouth, a twist of lemon, served. Predictably, it was Classic Italian, some liked it and bruschetta and a mozzarella/ some didn't but no one could tomato/basil appetizer. Good complain about the authenticity, if not great, the food was Slightly bitter, slightly sweet, completely overshadowed by cleansing...it was just right, the wine, a dark Cabernet Franc Then the lights went out while (2007). The appearance and StanCaputo, ownerandmanager complex nose of the Cabernet ofRomano's, welcomedthegroup Franc belied the bright, clear and introduced the winemaker, taste of the wine, reassuring Tony Tiso of La Serenissima those who thought we were Vineyards in Sunshine Summit. beginning with an overwhelming Principle 7: Always Look At The Big Picture Successful people are in control. They have written goals and a plan that includes steps toward their success. They follow that plan on a daily basis and change direction when required to meet their goals. In the absence of long-term goals you will make financial decisions you cannot afford. With specific goals clearly in mind, you will make spending decisions today that will not only bring happiness to you now, but that will build a happy life for the future. The success or failure of our goals is based on our mindset that includes both our conscious and subconscious mind. My favorite book of all time is Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill, it is a classic and the original self help book that has stood the test of time, anything written today, has some sort of reference to this book. When we say we are going to change or do something good, our conscious mind says "Yes that is good, that the best thing to do and we are going to do it. But what most people do not realize is that what we have to do is convince our subconscious mind, that it is good and the best thing to do. That is the hard part, convincing our subconscious mind that planning our spending is the best thing for us. To a certain degree most of us were programmed to fail right from the beginning of our lives, we were told, don't do this, don't do that, no, you will never succeed, you are stupid, if I can't do it neither can you. Our subconscious mind takes all of this in and no matter what your conscious mind wants to do, your subconscious mind is in control and does what it is programmed to do. I believe that if you make your positive goals a habit, you will succeed. The best proven way to make a habit stick is to do it for 21 straight days. If any of you know me, you know that I always have a positive attitude, no matter what is going on in my life, I do not allow the negativity around me to affect my day to day life, nor does it affect my future. Years ago I was surrounded by negative people and I was not in the best place I could be, my spending was out of control and it seemed as if my life was spinning out of control as well. I don't believe I had a positive thought in my head. I Unbelievable Views . from this Julian 2BR/2BA manufactured mountain home on 3.47 acres. Master bedroom, large extra room, many windows, light & bright. Water meter and well. $219,000 Call Judy or Veronica at 760-604-1946 or 760-803-3582 Commercial Building For Sale or Lease 2216 Main St., Julian $599,000 1500 Sq. Ft. - Onsite Parking Call for Details 760-765-1580 or 760-271-7670 or 505-783-4152 & JULIAN .ARTS GUILD Labor Day show ".11 T.ia I Glitlors" September 3, 4, 5, & 6 10:00 a.m. To 6:00 p.m. Monday 10:00 a.na. To 5:00 p.m. Reception Friday evening 5-8 Upstairs - Julian Town Hall Pain ting& , c ulpture, Pottery, Stain ed ;lasa, fe welry, tYz o togr,,h y And so znuch n, ore Volcan Mountain Folk & Art Festival , MENGHINI WINERY [ September 25 & 26 , November 20 & 21 C& Julian - an artists' community www.julianartsguild.or  /t Be Fire Safe, Not Sorry/ met my wife April, and all of that changed. One thing she told me that has stuck with me was "stop being the victim, and start taking responsibility for yourself and your life, which includes what happened in the past, present and future." I needed to learn from my past mistakes, but also put them behind me and move forward. I surrounded myself with positive successful people which was one of the best things I could have ever done. You also have to have desire and faith in order to change the direction of your life you want to go. We cannot become wealthy without first "Master Planning" our lives by looking at where we are now, where we want to go in the future, and figuring out a plan to get there. If you have written goals and a plan you follow on a daily basis, you will always succeed in what you want out of life. You will also be surprised at how much your stress level will go down if you just had a plan. What we have been doing over the past 7 weeks have been developing a plan for our financial future and finding the keys to the Mystery of Money. I believe this to be the number one clue to solving the mystery. Build your goals, define the steps to get there and follow those steps to your success. Remember to be positive, have faith, and a burning desire to succeed. My mentor once told me, live your life with "Zero Doubt" and you will have all you ever wanted. If you have questions about these principles or comments about this article please contact Paul Kochur at apkfinancial@yahoo.com or just give me a call at 619-922-1216. beveragle, A succession of wines and dishes followed at a perfect pace, each introduced by Stan and Tom, in an evening that was so interesting few remarked the eventuafl return of electricity. There was crab stuffed salmon accompanied by asparagus and homemade aioli and a white wine, Aries (2009), whose crisp but rich flavor and interesting overtones just shoved most white wines off the shelf. The Arnes, a little Iknown Italian grape that has largely been pushed out of production by the more popular red Barolo and other "best sellers" is best drunk the year of producLion. A pasta with a startling heady puttanesca sauce of tomato, anchov'y, olives and other, as strong and flavorful and complex as the accompanying Cabernet Melot, was served next. Several diners told Stan that this dish should be on the regular menu except for the initial bruschetta, none of the dishes served appears on normal evenings. An outstanding osso bucco with wild mushroom risotto on the side well complemented the true clear Cabernet Sauvignon (2006), yet another incredibly good wine. This was an 82% Cab, as opposed to the California standard of at least 75% of a varietal grape to be able to use the appellation. The lure of the wine, according to Tony, is not simply the quality of the Cabernet grapes but the. additional blend added by each individual winemaker. Finally there was a light (thank goodness) dessert of cantaloupe and wild Julian blackberries accompanied by a sweet dessert wine from another vineyard which, while good, was a bit too far down the line of overeating and drinking to be fully appreciated. Billed as "heavy hors d'ouevres, this evening's food was plentiful to excess while the wines were enough to more than enough for just about anyone. .La Serenissia's syrah was available for tasting at the bar (free of charge) as well but perhaps too much had already been drunk to appreciate it properly. Romano's will feature wine pairings the last Thursday of each month. Next month is Jenkins' winery. Make your reservations early. "The Grazing Gourmet" is a local resident who has graciously agreed to visit the numerous eating establishments in the area [there are 25] and offer up their opinion of the food and service they receive. The opinions expressed are entirely those of the Grazing Gourmet and do not necessarily represent the tastes or feelings of the management of the Julian News. f i ;