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• September 21, 2011 • FISHING REPORT • News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis WE ARE OPEN DAILY AT 6 AM - SHORE FISHING ENDS AT SUNDOWN Fishing has been very good this week for those who have taken the time to come to the mountain. The temperatures have been mild and there hasn't been any wind to speak of. Lots of limits coming out. Daryl Bundy of National City was one of the many that limited out at Lone Pine. He was using Nitecrawlers with power eggs. Jess Ranch and the Department of Fish and Game are stocking trout this week. THE ORVILLE P. BALL MEMORIAL "FISHIN IN THE PINES" KIDS DERBY IS SATURDAY, SEPT. 24TH. Hope Lots Of Kids Come Up For Some Great Fishing And Some Bbq Fish And Hot Dogs. There Will Be Some Very Nice Prizes For The Kiddos That Catch The Biggest Trout In Their Age Group. Kids From Age 3 To 15 Should Get The Folks To Bring Them Out So They Can Participate. Remember there is a free fishing class every Saturday at 10 AM at the launch ramp. Please let the ranger know if you want to attend• There is also a guided Nature Walk every Sunday at 1 PM. Ranger Mike will take you on the trail and point out interesting points of history and wildlife in the area. For reservations for tent camping, RV camping, sleeping cabins or condo rentals, please call 877-581-9904. We now have some very nice new shower facilities. There are three shower rooms, one of which is wheelchair accessible. Bring your quarters. Check out or midweek special, on the Cuyamaca condos.- $t55 per night for up to four persons• Free boat rental on the day of your choice and your well behaved dog is welcome. Don't forget to ask the Ranger about the Frequent Fisher Card. In 1690 the Massachusetts Bay Colony* became the first of the colonies to issue paper money, Call" (760) 765-1111 RickDyer #01419334 Apple Tree Realty and Polo Properties are affiliated residential Real Estate Brokerage companies" license #00571248 IN BUSINESS OVER 33 YEARS. SAME OFFICE LOCATION SINCE 1992 4367 Hwy 78 • P.O Box 484 • Julian CA 92036 1 2 l. Charming Julian Castle Stunning & beautiful 1,335 Sq Ft 3BD 3BA property, .17 Acres. 9 toot ceilings, fire sprinkler system, solid cherry hardwood floors and dental crown molding, fabulous Gourmet kitchen with granite eotmter tops, formal dining, laundry room, propane burning stove: Closets are customized by California Closets. Separate guest suite downstairs, inel kitchenette. Seconds a way from Down ]'O~n. The house and all the appliances are enerD' efficient, seeuriw system, bemiring and air, auto irrigation and,the list goes on! Offered at $399,000. 2. Purchase your own Private Ghost Town Over 5.000 sq. ft. total coverage, new roof, 1.5+Acres, up to 5 BD. 2BA including two beautiful detached guest houses. Big Barn tbr up to 8 car garage and workshop, covered RV Parking, private swimming pool, wine cellar, green house, observation deck, beautifully landscaped gardens throughout with irrigation systems, knotty pine kitchen, authentic 1800's parlor wood stove + antique doors, front 2/3 completely fenced, electric gate, room for horses and corals!. Offered at $245.000. 3. Low Price Home! 4.5% Financing This Beautiful 900 sq.ft. 3BD, 1BA, Mobile Home has been newly remodeled, Includes high-end kitchen appliances, upgraded bathroom, Wood burning stove plus forced air heating, new paint, Owner may finance at 4,5% for 15 years with 20% down, Home is move in ready! Fruit trees & roses. PRICE REDUCED Originally $59,000 NOW $45,900. Emaih Rick@J For More Photos & Information Go To: 4 6 4. Panoramic Views A 1,147 sq fl, 3 bedroom Completely remodeled. kitchen with black granit. bathroom, laundry & di floors, skylight light home, new forced Stove with windows. large 2 15, 2011 ~e level home. and out. New 31iances, remodeled solid oak hardwood ceiling thns throughout gas heating system. Pellet living room. ne~ doors and deck. all concrete driveway, to town. Move in ready on August 5. Beautiful French Enjoy this secluded 1,782 SqFt heavily treed on 2 level lbrmai dining, Huge covered wood decks, detached extra house automatic property, It is kitchen & Wrap around Bays and sitting areas. style house plus guest RV parking with 12' high and separate driveway. REDUCED Now $349,1100. 6. 2.67 Acres - LAND Panoramic Mountain Top with Ocean Views 2.67 acre lot has the Best Ocean & Mountain Views in San Diego. Over $160.000 in Property Improvements. Paved Driveway, Graded pad, Telephone, Water & Septic in. PANORAMIC VIEWS: Catalina Island. San Clcmente Island, Coronado Islands, Mexico, Night-time City Lights. State Park borders properD 100's of extra acres to enjoy. Originally $369,000. REDUCED Now $149,400. The JuHan News ll 7 8 9 . Beautiful Julian Home Charming beautithl sq. ft. I BD. I Large furnished, perfect walls throughout, stairs large (586 patio. with lots 704 Acres: Fully real knotty, pine easily, cat-in space, ng, huge covered wood circular driveway & pines, Great Condition! 239,000. NOW $209,000. 8. 10,6 Acres Land Lake Front Property Beautiful panoramic view of mountains easy access from Ftw~ 76. 10.6 acres overlooks Lake Henshaw, Warner Valley, Palomar Mountain, Hot Springs Mountain and more! Two Great starts on building pads, both with SDGE power poles, phone near, plus engineerrd septic layout. Several varieties of oak plus GREEN YEAR- ROUND! Offered at $160,000. 9. NEW BANK OWNED HOME Built in 2007 3BR, 2BA, 1,380 sq. ft. on 1.9 Acres. This propert) has beautiful wood [aminate floors, open kitchen, circular drive way, Jacuzzi in master bedroom. two full bathrooms, big deck on the front of the house with panoramic back country views. Offered at $199,900. Cindy Brook j/ Fruit Lovers Bartimore Orioles are colorful black and orange birds that fre- quent back yards, and they love the sweet stuff. Here are some things you can put out to bring them into your yard: 1. Orange halves on a tray feeder. 2. Grape jell); in small plastic howls, 3. Berry, flavored suet or suet nuggets. 4. Fresh water (c, 2011 KIr~g Features Syndicate, Inc. 10. .28 Acres- LAND Overlooking Cuyamaca Lake! Framed home pictured (above)burned down in 2003 Cedar Fire. Pad is cleared and clean. Property includes original house plans & Septic cert. Property has septic, water & electricity. Originally listed at $139,000. Now $46,000. I 1. 1 Acre- LAND Panoramic Views Beautiful View ProperLy in Cuyamaca Woods. Includes Water Meter to building site and Septic is in. Home pictured was lost in 2003 Fire. This parcel has potential for re-build status with County Building Department. Blanket perk tbr 3 bedroom 2 bath. Completed house plans. PRICE REDUCED! Was $59,000. Now $44,900. 12. 3.33 Acres- LAND Panoramic Views. Beautiful Property in Cuyamaca Woods. Solar panels, Septic & leach lines are in. Price includes beautiful $40.000. MINT CONDITION RV unit w Corian counter tops. Original home destroyed in 2003 Cedar Fire. Blanket perk for 3 bedroom. Original well production 30 GPM. Water to building site. circular driveway. Originally $244,500. Reduced to $96.400. ItV Agricultu ralm ythology The Aztecs recognized over 100 deities. Tlaloc (He Who Makes Things Sprout), v,,,as the god of rain, lightning and thunder, responsible for both floods and droughts. He ruled Tlalocan, a green paradise of eternal spring. He was served by rain spirits called the tlaloque. In Tenochtitlan (ancient Mexico City), half of the central temple was dedicated to Tlaloc. Source:, 2011 by King Features Syndicate• Inc, World rights reserved. Flow Blue Q: I have an unusual teapot, and I would like to find its value. It is flow blue in the Pelew pattern and is marked as British made. What makes it extraordinary is its shape. It is a long decagon shape. -- Beth, Sun City, Ariz. A: Your 'teapot was probably made in East Challinor, England, in about 1840, and is quite desirable. I spoke to several collectors who seem to agree that in good to mint condition, it might be worth as much as $1,500. Be aware, however, that today's soft economy has depressed many values in the collectible marketplace, including vintage pieces of flow bl ue. Q: While clearing out an old house in St. Charles, Mo., I found a Philco television with radio and phonograph. It is the Model 49-1278. The TV has a 12-inch screen, and a neighbor claims it is worth at least $5,000 because of its rarity. Where can I sell it? -- Steve, St. Louis, Mo. A: "It ain't necessarily so," as lyricist Ira Gersffwin wrote for his 1935 production of "Porgy and Bess." Your neighbor might be an expert when it comes to grilling on his patio, but the "appraisal" he gave you is a bit off the mark. I found the 1949 Philco listed in the Antique Trader Radio and Television Price Guide, edited by Kyle Husfloen, who values your set at $100. Even considering a slight difference in price due to region and condition, that is still a lot different than $5,000. Your best bet to sell it might be to plac a classified ad in The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Q: I have a Spanish-American War scarf that shows the image of the working parts of a Remington gun. I would like to find a collector or dealer for this item. -- Ed, Albuquerque, N.M. A: AAG International is the largest auction house in the world that specializes in military memorabilia. It purchases individual items and accepts continued on page 14