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September 15, 2010 The Julian News 15 Dennis Frieden Owner/Broker Broker Since 1983 Jane Brown-Darch6 Broker/Associate 21 Years Experience PINE HILLS HOME with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths and 2,674 sq. ft. on 2.07 acres. Knotty pine interior, two decks and two car garage. Debora Kerch Reahor/RMS www.JulianRealw.com 760-7(i5-0818 3127 Pheasant Drive Kentwood View Home on 2.09 Acres $379,000 7068 Sandy Creek Road 5.61 Acres - Private Lake $460,000 RESULTS ARE IN 2010 GROSS SALES $4,701,400. JULIAN REALTY HAD MORE CLOSED RESIDENTIAL TRANSACTIONS WITHIN 92036 THAN ANY OTHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY. GO WITH PROVEN RESULTS. CALL ONE OF OUR EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL AGENTS TODAY. Figures derived from the San Diego Multiple Listing Service, Residential Sales from January 1, 2010 to July 31, 2010 in the 92036 Zip Code. 2 BR, 2.5 Bath, 2,060 sq. ft. Home on 2.5 Acres built in 1995. This cedar home with a 210 degree view from Lake Cuyamaca to Downtown San Diego and the coast in- cludes a 650 sq.ft, deck and many dual-pane windows. There is also a 885 sq. ft. garage/ workshop and many more special features. $529,000 Stunning Panoramic Views, 3 BR, 3 BA, log home, completely furnished with guest cab- in and horse facilities. A great opportunity! $1,495,000 3153 Williams Ranch Road - Wynola Area High Yield Well, Septic Layout $279,000 15977 North Peak Road - Well & Water Tank, Electricity, Septic System $379,000 Make Julian Realty your first stop for Home an,] Land in the Beautiful San Diego Back Country Located Next to the Town Hall at 2127 Main Street Chefs Corner continued from page 6 breakfast cereals or soups and stews. Use a smaller Plate, like an 8- or 9-inch luncheon plate, not a 10- 12 inch dinner plate, and make sure to fill at least half of it with fruits and veggies at every meal. Have fruit instead of processed sweets for dessert. Or try chocolate with your fruit instead of fruit with your chocolate! Keep a variety of canned fruits and vegetables on hand. They are pre-cooked as part of the canning process and need just a few seconds in the microwave or on the stove to heat up. Healthy and fast! Add frozen vegetables to box meals to boost their flavor, color and nutrition. They won't add to the cooking time, will make the meal go further, and you won't have to fix an extra side dish. Spend the few extra cents to buy fresh fruits and vegetables that are already washed and cut up, or buy larger bags and clean and cut them up yourself and put them into portion-controlled containers. Keep them on hand for ready-to-eat snacks, pack them into lunches and take them on car trips. When shopping, let kids select a new fruit or vegetable for the whole family to try -- remember, all forms count: fresh, frozen, canned, dried and 100 percent juice! SUPER SUPPER SALAD Get home late and don't want to cook? Try this easy salad to PETS OF THE WEEK Beau is a male 5-year-old Poodle Mix who came to the shelter as a stray. He is an intelligent fellow who is a quick learner and eager to please his human pals. His curly fur is considered to be hypo-allergenic, sheds very little, and will require regular trips to the groomer to maintain his good looks and to prevent mats from forming. Beau is a smaller guy who doesn't require a gigantic yard as long as he receives regular walks and play time with family members. Common among dogs his age, he may require a dental to maintain a healthy mouth and to prevent diseases associated with poor oral hygiene. To meet Beau, ask for ID#A1368098 Tag#C261. He can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. For Senior Citizens, this fee will be waived! Dundee is a dapper cream & white 8-years-young neutered feline who came to the shelter as a stray. He's looking for a great new home where he can be a loving loyal companion for many years to come. He is very affectionate with his people friends, but doesn't get along well with other male cats, so he would do best as an "only cat." If you've got room in your heart and home for a handful of fuzzy fun, please come meet Dundee today. Ask for ID#A1357432 Tag#C06 when visiting the shelter. Dundee can be adopted for the Senior Fee of just $35. All adoption fees include vaccinations, spaying/neutering (upon adoption), a microchip and free Vet visit. Dog fees also include a 1 year license. Beau and Dundee are at our Central County Shelter, 5480 Gaines Street, San Diego. The Shelter hours are 9:30AM to 5:30PM, Tuesday through Saturday or visit www.sddac.com for more information. provide a well-balanced, healthy and delicious meal guaranteed not to "weigh" you down! 1 (6 to 8 ounce) bag mixed salad greens or baby spinach 1 (6 ounce) can tuna or chicken, drained 1 (15 ounce) can chickpeas, cannellini beans, black beans or pinto beans, drained and rinsed 8 to 10 cherry tomatoes 1 large peach or apple, pit or core removed and sliced 1 medium bell pepper, seeds and ribs removed, and diced 1 small cucumber, sliced 1/4 cup sliced almonds or walnut halves 1/4 cup low-fat salad dressing 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper Top the bag of pre-washed salad mix with the tuna or chicken, beans, tomatoes, fruit, bell pepper and cucumber. Sprinkle on the nuts. Drizzle salad with low-fat dressing. Season with salt and pepper, and toss to combine. Serves 4. Angela Shelf Medearis is an award- winning children's author, culinary historian and the author of six cookbooks. Her latest cookbook is "The New African-American Kitchen." She is known as The Kitchen Diva and is the executive producer and host of "The Kitchen Divat. " cooking show on Hulu.com. Visit her Web site at www.divapro. com. (c) 2olo King Features Synd., Inc. Julian Library Hours Monday closed Tuesday 9:00 - 8 Wednesday 9:00 - 6 Thursday 9:00 - 6 Friday 9:00 - 5 Saturday 9:00 - 5 Sunday closed 765 Bluegrass Boogie Woogie continued from page 5 back in 1970 and he has been back many time with various groups over the years. Trails and Rails has also been a mainstay at the Red Barn in Wynola where they have a loyal following of locals. Trails & Rails was honored with 5 nominations on the 2008 Western Music Association Top Five ballot including: Best Traditional Group, Best Song of the Year ("Thinking 'bout Montana"), Best CD of the Year ("Ghosts of Tombstone"), Instrumentalist of the Year (Walt Richards) and Best Collaboration between Poet and Songwriter for Walt Richards and Les Buffham. New cowboy and train songs continue to be written to this day. Old and new, Trails & Rails enjoys them all. Experience their energy and enthusiasm for this great music and let them help you reconnect with our heritage. Featured on Saturday will be new comers to the festival, yet familiar to locals, The Taildragers. Michael Williams, Jason Weiss, Dan Sankey and Given Harrison bring their own style to the music and some unique interpretation of popular songs, reworked to bluegrass. Jason is highly regarded as one of the hardest working banjo players in the county, Dan plays fiddle, mandolin, banjo and will pick up a guitar on occasion. Given Harrison is the leader of the band and plucks a tight upright bass and sings lead on some of their more popular numbers. Michael Williams is the guitar player and lead singer with a voice so tuned to the music you can close your eyes and imagine yourself in the Appalachians. The Festival will be in Frank Lane Park, just beyond the Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Station on Farmer Road and starts off Saturday at 9 am and runs all day until 6 pm. Sunday gates open at 9 and the crowd will be turned loose at 4pm. Tickets at the gate will be $20/ day or $30 for both days with children under 16 FREE with a paid adult ticket. No dogs are allowed. Joys Of Tracking continued from page 1 Trainees going through the certification process. photo by Lee Kirchheval, SDTT The San Diego Tracking Team began as the brain child of Barry Martin, a retired pilot who lives near the Penasquitos Canyon open space preserve. Mr. Gordon, an avid outdoors man, had dabbled in tracking since he was a boy. In 1993, while acting as a volunteer park ranger, Mr. Martin developed a method that used animal tracking to monitor the habits of wildlife in the Penasquitos Canyon preserve. He formed a group to survey wildlife activity in the preserve and provide reports on a quarterly basis. The project was so successful that other tracking groups were formed to monitor other habitats in San Diego County. Thus, the San Diego Tracking Team was born. Today, with the help of a volunteer- based citizen tracking team, SDTT conducts ongoing surveys that contribute to preservation of about 120,000 acres of wildlife habitats in San Diego County. Come and learn about animal tracking and its importance in protecting and preserving our vulnerable wildlife habitats. The September 18th presentation starts at 1:00 PM. The Julian Library is located at 1850 Highway 78, next to the Julian High School. For additional information, call 760-765-0370. See you at the library! To resist the frigidity of old age, one must combine the body, the mind and the heart. And to keep these in parallel vigor one must exercise, study and love. -- Alan Bleasdale