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September 9, 2009 The Julian News 11 • FISHING REPORT • News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Greetings From Lake Cuyamaca WE ARE OPEN EVERY DAY AT 6 AM. CLOSING TIME FOR SHORE FISHING IS 7:30 PM. Saturday, September 26 Will Be The O.P. Ball Memorial "Fishin In The Pines" Free Kids Derby, This is an annual event and we are planning a fun day for all kids that come to the lake. There will be goody bags for each kiddo. A free day of fishing for all kids from four to fifteen years of age. San Diego Anglers will be cooking up a great hot dog lunch with all the trimmings. Great prizes for the biggest trout in each of three age groups. Stay tuned for more info as we get closer to the Derby date. Best Trout Bait: Nightcrawlers, Power Bait Best Spots: T Dock, middle of the lake Notables: Larry Sargent of Redding caught 1 large trout and 3 catfish while trolling the lake. Albert Perez took a 47 inch, 30 pound Sturgeon from a boat near Heron Point. Daniel, age 6, of Ramona, went home with 5 crappie all caught from the TDock. He came back the next day and caught 5 more. The Free Fishing Class Is On Saturday At 10 Am. Meet Ranger Charlie At The Launch Ramp. THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS REQUIRED FOR ALL PRIVATE VESSELS BEFORE A LAUNCH. A FEE IS CHARGED. For further information please ca//to//free 877-581-9904 The price of a queen bee is about $15 each. Save Our rate Parks! Enjoy a 1/4 mile long driveway that meanders through your private 12 acre Old-Growth Forest... It ends at a beautiful Mountain Chalet. Th& stunning mountain Chalet radiates with quality and all amenities. Interior and exterior walls are built with solid 4x6 cedar beams. There are few Old-Growth Forests left in Julian. This is truly one of the nicest most inspiring majestic tbresLs in Julian. Estates like this typically are handed down from generation to generation. This Enchanted forest has been owned by the same family now for 35 years. 1900esE 3Br 3Ba plus In-Laws/Out-Laws Suite. Tile roof & massive rock fireplace, ] 000esf Workshop/Barn, Great Well. Apple Junction RE Locally owned 25 2ears Off= 760-765-1111 Ceh 760-213-1185 RickGJullanREO,com Rick Dyer, agent Originally. $899,000, Now $549,000. Surgeons Warn: Skateboarding Tough On Feet, Ankles (NAPSA)--Skateboarders should use their heads when it comes to protecting their feet. According to the American Col- lege of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS), skateboarding tricks such as "riding the rail" and "catching air" can be physically demanding and cause serious foot and ankle injuries. Foot and ankle surgeons around the country see serious lower-extremity skateboard in- juries that range from minor bruises to open wounds or cuts to more serious foot and ankle sprains and fractures, which may require surgical repair. Foot and ankle surgeon Jen- nifer Purvis, DPM, AACFAS, advises skateboarders to use cau- tion and wear protective gear, including properly supportive shoes, when skateboarding. "Skateboarding can be particularly hard on your feet and ankles because of the impact caused when performing jumps and tricks," Dr. Purvis explained. "Skateboarders should be aware that the strain from repetitive, forceful motions can also cause painful foot and heel conditions such as plantar fasciitis, bone spurs and Achilles tendonitis, which may require more intensive, longer-term therapies." Even minor cuts or abrasions on your feet can cause serious problems including MRSA--a very serious and sometimes deadly staph infection. Doctors advise skateboarders that board tricks and repeated foot impact can lead to serious injury if proper care isn't taken, Foot and ankle sprains and fractures are common skateboard- ing injuries. Karl Collins, DPM, FACFAS, stresses the importance of seeing a foot and ankle surgeon to ensure proper diagnosis and course of treatment for these injuries. Until you can be seen by a doctor, it's best to take a break from activities and use R.I.C.E. therapy--Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation--which helps reduce pain and control swelling around the injury. "A common misconception about foot and ankle fractures is that if you can walk on the foot, there isn't a fracture," Dr. Collins said. "That's not always the case, and only a proper diagnosis can rule out a serious injury requiring an advanced treatment plan." • For information on foot and ankle injuries or to find a foot and ankle surgeon nearby, visit FootPhysicians.com. Cindy Brook Tufted Woodpeckers? Lyne from Florida asks why, titmice peck on branches, like woodpeckers. Here's why: When titmice go to feeders, they grab one seed, fly to a nearby branch, hold the seed with their feet and peck at it until the shell opens to expose the yummy insides. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.rr.com Tips Fbr Buying Organic (NAPSA)-Today, the demand for organic produce is on the rise. As much as families may want to embrace this choice in fruits and vegetables, it can seem cost prohibitive. However, consumers don't have to pay premium prices to keep their families feeling great about what they are serving at mealtime. Why Choose Organic Produce? • Organic produce is grown without synthetic chemicals, including pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers and unapproved sanitizers. • Having a diet that consists of organic foods limits your exposure to harmful pesticides. • Even after thoroughly washing, certain conventionally For more information on grown fruits and veggies can •organic offerings, store have higher levels of pesticide locations, recipes, coupons residues than others, and more, visit Target.com/ • "According to the grocery. Environmental Working Group, produce such as apples, peaches, red raspberries and spinach are part of a list considered the 'dirty dozen,' and they are the best place to spend money on organic produce," recommends Dr. Susan Mitchell, Target health and nutrition expert. • Consuming organic produce helps you get your daily dose of antioxidants, superfoods and vitamins. For example, blueberries are among the fruits with the highest antioxidant activity, and one cup of fresh spinach leaves provides almost 200 percent of your daily value of vitamin K. What To Look For: • When buying organic produce, be sure the products are labeled with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) organic seal. If a product is labeled as "all natural," it doesn't necessarily mean that it's organic. • To be labeled with the USDA Certified Organic seal, all fresh or processed foods sold in the United States, including imports, must be produced according to the national organic standards and certified by an inspection agency accredited by the USDA. Before crops can be certified, all organic farmers must use only approved materials that will not harm humans, animals or soil life, according to the Organic Gardening magazine. ©2009 King Features Syndicate, Inc, How To Go Organic: • Introduce organic produce ....: into family meals by purchasing : Autumn veggms foods that are in season. ,, easooa, ro uce varies ˘t el 0n Learn the average date of the first region but ,ook for strawber.es I .-Z. , . i":. killing frost in your region•; local in June, blueberries in mid-May aKricultura[ authorities can give and spinach in early spring or • ,.r~ ~'~o -, '.i ~ . - • . ' mformauon about first frosts and fall. If something is in season, it K' ' " • will be less expensive, easier to crop hardiness for your area.,. • '-". ' Plant your fall crops earlyfind and fresheK '" enough to reachtheirfull • Using any produce is a matu n ty before t.hat kfl/lng anUtriti°USmeal thatanddoesn'tdelici°UShaveadditi°nto cost tOn frost, such as swiss chard, lot. SuperTarget, a USDA certified cauliflower, radishes, chives, organic produce retailer, offers lettuces, spinach and mustard, superior quality and low prices on Source: www.humesseeds.corn a wide assortment of organic fruits and vegetables such as bananas, © 2009 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved, apples and grape tomatoes. 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