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16 The Julian News September 3, 2003 'IrYNOLA 4367 HIGHWAY 78-79 OFFICE Apple Juncti',,00n R. E., Ir00c HIGHWAY 3407 HIGHWAY 7979 OFFICE 760-765-2323 OFFICE 760-765-2878 OFFICE 760-765-2036 FAX HARRY REESE TIM HEINLEIN Broker-Associate Sales-Associate 760-;'00;5-2878 www.applejunctionrealestate.com www.julian-realestate.com It, to] To] :g ': to] [ol[o] ;II q_,IH,I_,IH ,]  [o]l [o][o]ll :|71 =1 :It | d ! 760-765-2879 FAX PAUL BICANIC CAROLE HOPBALLE Owner-Br0ker Sales-Associate JEAN DUFFY Sales-Associate TWO RENTAL BUILDINGS on 3.2 acres. Zoned C32. Ample parking. Good well and seasonal pond ........... REDUCED TO $335,000. Julian's Countr suite for your enjoyment or use as a granny fiat, mother-in-law quarters, or rental, family room, office, den, computer, arts & crafts, or whatever you want ........... $36g,000. 73 ACRE -- HARRISON PARK -- VIEW PARCEL AT END OF ROAD. CLEARED PAD. SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 1 BEDROOM. $59,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SLOPING, VIEW BUILDING SITE WITH PHONE & APPROVED SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 3-BR RESIDENCE. $65,000. .84 ACRE -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SEPTIC APPROVED FOR 3 BR, HAS WATER METER & PHONE. READY TO BUILD. $72,500. 1.9 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- GENTLY SLOPING VIEW PROPERTY WITH PHONE. $72,500. NICE 17NO-STORY, 2-BR, 1-BA home in the country is waiting for you. Enjoy Julian's four seasons on a .47-acre lot in good neighborhood. Nicely maintained home features mountain views, wood-burning stove, open kitchen, and deck to enjoy the outdoors ............. $279,000. CUSTOM BUILT on 6.44 acres with views of Banner Canyon, mountains, and desert beyond. 1 BR, 1 BA, 702 s.f., open kitchen and living area, wood interior, wood-burning stove, artesian spring, and wilderness privacy ............................................................ $299,000. LOVELY A-FRAME HOME in Cuyamaca, surrounded by large oaks, 2 BR, 2 BA, garage. Living room with tall ceilings & hardwood floors opens out onto large deck. Upstairs BR has balcony (studio) area plus small, outside deck. Yard cedar fenced + automatic sprinklers .................... $349,000. REASONABLY PRICED, 4-BR, 2-BA, 2016 s.f., country home on 1/= acre with wonderful views of the surrounding mountains. Home has low- maintenance vinyl siding, 2 pellet stoves for those cozy winter nights, wrap- around wood deck for entertaining & relaxing, and a lovely landscaped yard with potting shed for your gardening enjoyment ......................... i. $369,000. i    ' I 1 3 BR, 3 BA, 2500 s.f. on 2.54 acres -- Enjoy the wonderful, open i kitchen featuring gourmet European appliances & granite counter | THIS ULTIM,TE. 3-BR, 3-BA, 2042.s.f., MOUNTAIN CABIN nestled in the woods has lovely  tops & the romantic natural stone fireplace in the living room of this views; country kitchen; natural stone fireplace wth insert; beautiful hardwood floors; wood, ] fine, custom home. Master bedroom has his-and-hers walk-in vaulted ceilings & knotty pine intenor The 3 'd BR & BRs downstairs have adjoining bonus room I closets & whirlpool tub. Spiral staircase leads down to handsome | with kitchen potentiel -- ideal fer granny flat, guest quarters or rental. This modem cabin I den with full bath. With a 2-car garage with circular drive & a stun- I features large windows to enjoy the surrounding views, lovely setting with patio area and wood I ning view from the deck, this home won't last long .......... $455,000. deck. mature trees, 2-car garage, and RV parking ...................................................... $369,000. N THE CUSTOM HOME features an open floor plan, cooks-delight kitchen, I : ighting throughout. | :, ...... :, "' ,:: Other features include 584om, over 1000 sq. ft. wrap- I :::.i,,  arop observation deck, RV I I COMPLETELY FURNISHED, 1-BR, 1-BA, mountain cabin with pae, and other animals,  I partially covered, wood deck; open-beam ceiling, mahogany-wood swimming poolhatever you want .................. $549,O00. I ] paneling. Private location ....................................................... $198,500. 5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- PERFECT FOR YOUR MOUNTAIN RETREAT. OFFERS BEAUTIFUL VIEWS & UNDERGROUND PHONE. GET AWAY FROM ITALL RIGHT HERE! $120,000. 5 ACRES -- JULIAN -- SEASONAL CREEK, BIG TREES. SELLER WILL PROVIDE SEPTIC LAYOUT. $129,000. --- 6 ACRES -- COMME RC IAL/AGRI CU LTU RAI. 2 ACRES ZONED C-36. 4 ACRES ZONED AGRICULTURAL. HIGHWAY VISIBILITY. LOTS OF OPEN MEADOW WITH OAK FOREST Reduced to $225,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- HUGE TREES & PRIVACY. TELEPHONE AT PROPERTY. $75,000. 2.5 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- APPROVED FOR 3 BR. ALL UTILITIES AVAILABLE. $85,000. 2.5 ACRES -- CUYAMACA WOODS -- SOUTH- FACING, VIEW PARCEL WITH WATER METER AND TELEPHONE. PINES, OAKS, MANZANITA. $89,000. 4.59 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- STUNNING VIEWS, MAJESTIC OAKS_J.ilIiI ROCK OUTCROP- PINGS, PRIVATEIII/fCUL-DE-SAC. HAS WATER METER|IIFT UNDERGROUND ELECTRI- CITY & TELEPHONE. $98,000. 2.53 ACRES -- WYNOLA ESTATES -- LARGE BOULDER OUTCROPPINGS, MAJESTIC OAK TREES, SEPTIC LAYOUT FOR 3-BR HOME. $99,000. THIS CHARMING,.2-BR, 1-BA, 1132-s.f. home has both living & family rooms and an extra room for your computer, office, sewing, arts & crafts, or whatever you want as well as a laundry/mud room, wood deck, and front & side yard for your enjoyment. This home is ideal for your country living, to enjoy your retirement, for l Your weekend getaways, or rental income ............................................ $259,000. 8.4 ACRES -- OAK HILL RANCH -- UNDERGROUND UTILITIES, BEAUTIFUL VIEWS, GATED ENTRY, HAS WELL. $149,000. 11.18 ACRES -- PINE HILLS -- FANTASTIC VIEWS & PRIVACY, APPROVED BUILDING SITE ABOVE SEASONAL CREEK. HAS 10-GPM WELL. $249,000. 13+ ACRES -- PINE HILLS -- APPROVED 4 BR, SEASONAL CREEK WITH POND, SHARED WELL WITH STO.RAGE TANK. HOUSE PLANS INCLUDED. $269,000. 16.5 ACRES -- ENGINEERS ROAD -- LARGE, BEAUTI- FUL, SOUTH-FACING PARCEL. GRASSY MEADOW, OAK & PINE FOREST. 8.5-GPM WELL. $26',000. 2.4 ACRES -- LAKE HENSHAW -- REMOTE, FORESTED, VIEW PROPERTY. $39,000. KokopeI[i's Drum Oire,00; To be experienced on fhe Aufumnal Equinox.within fhe boundaries of fhe once beautiful and popular desert oasis Bufferfield Ranch R V Park and Oampstound. An ovemi,,hf s{ag is recommended for fhose paHieipafin, [(r,= This is a no eharse evenf, however come self-eonfained. PaHioipafion is bg reservation onlg ! You meg eonfaef us bg email or felephone. This is a healing, evenf for a portion of our Mofher Earth {hal has been abused and ne,leofed for mang gears. Onlg fhose paHieipafing in fhe circle will be allowed on fhe premises. For Reservations : bg email : 8farfire(.prodiu.nef 01' by phone: Uncle Hentg at 760-765-0891 O1' 9farfire af 7GO-7GS-37G6 TESTING REVEALS SQUIRREL EXPOSURE TO PLAGUE Chance of Human Exposure Slight, But Precautions Should Be Taken Recent laboratory results indicate that three ground squirrels at two rural campgrounds have been infected with wild rodent plague. Positive blood samples were obtained from one ground squirrel at the Palomar Observatory Campground and from two ground squirrels at nearby Fry Creek Campground. This is the second episode of plague positive ground squirrels this year. In July, two ground squirrels were discovered with positive blood samples for plague at William Heise Park, south of Julian. Testing performed on these animals is part of routine plague surveillance conducted by the Vector Surveillance and Control Program of the County's Department of Environmental Health. Plague is bacterial disease that primarily affects wild rodents, but can be carried by fleas from infected animals and transmitted to THANKSGIVING RESERVATIONS OPEN FOR COUNTY CAMPGROUNDS . "Regulars" Stake Out Parks Office to Secure Favorite Spots It may seem too early to be thinking about County. For in-person reservations, campers Thanksgiwng, but notifyou plan to spend the can visit the Parks Reservations office in holiday camping in a County park. For many Heritage Park at 2454 Heritage Park Row, at families, eating turkey around a campfire is the corner of Juan and Harney Streets in the part of their Thanksgiving tradition. Old Town area. humans. The testing, conducted each year, usually reveals that a few squirrels have been exposed to plague. To date, there has not been a locally acquired human case of plague reported in San Diego County. Flea control measures have been taken at this campground and others to reduce the potential for human exposure. Visitors and campers in the rural mountainous areas should always follow these common sense precautions to prevent contact with the fleas: Avoid contact with chipmunks, squirrels or other wild animals. Do not rest, camp or sleep near animal burrows in the ground. Protect pets with flea powder or leave them at home. , Do not touch sick or dead squirrels or. other rodents; report them to the Park Rangers. ,. See your health care provider if you become ill within a week of a park visit., Symptoms include a sudden onset of fev,. chills and development of a swollen/tender lymph node. .." For further information regarding plague surveillance, please call the Vectqr- Surveillance and Control Program at (858), 694-2888. ., The first day to make reservations for the holiday weekend is August 27, and camping spaces for the popular weekend go fast. It is not uncommon for lines to form before the opening hour when people can reserve spots for holiday weekends. The Reservation Center in Old Town Heritage Park is open from 8 am. to 5 p.m. seven days each week. "Thanksgiving is a day for being with family," said Greg Cox, Chairman of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, "and for many of our citizens, being surrounded by nature in our beautiful outdoors adds special meaning to the day." The County operates camping parks throughout the region. Campgrounds include Ague Caliente, Dos Picos, Guajome, Lake Jennings, Lake Morena, Potrero, Sweetwater Summit, Vallecito and William Heise. Fees for individual sites range from $10.00 - $18.00, depending on, the park and type of site. Reservations can be made over the phone or in person. The reservations phone number is 877-565-3600 (toll free in San Diego County) or 858-565-3600 from outside the r i Julian, CA 92036 (760) 765-2620 24" X 36" Copies, Vellums & Blueprints -= CUSTOMER COMPUTER Interact Access COLOR COPIES M-F 8:30 a- 5:00p Fax (760) 765-1838 soundings@mei.ws www.julianmerchants.org/soundings NOTARY PUBLIC COPIES * COLOR COPIES FED EX UPS SHIPPING/PACKAGING CONFIDENTIAL FAX OFFICE SUPPLIES PRINTING LAMINATING * RESUMES FLYERS & NOTICES ANSWERING SERVICE MAIL SERVICES (BULK/PICK-UP/FORwARD) SDG&E AND AT&T PAYPOINT LEGAL, BUSINESS & TAX FORMS BUSINESS CARDS & RUBBER STAMPS SECRETARIAL & COMPUTER SERVICES CUSTOMER COMPUTER i