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lllll!lIJIH 10 The Julian News October 7, 2009 ,, SINESS" 760 765 0035 fax 760 765 3823 9 + elne t sp. va ue real glb aFne 111 3BD,3BA.2483 SQ.FT.2.28 ACRES CUSTOM HOME 4747 LUNETA DRIVE 3 Car Attached Garage + 2 Car Detached Workshop, Quiet 3BD, 2BA., 2 Car Garage, Almost One Acre, Beautiful Trees, 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS Cul-De-Sac, Fabulous Views, Beautifully Landscaped This Stainless Appliances, Wood Floors In Kitchen/Dining. Tile 2400 square ft., 2 plus acres, large family room. 2 car garage, home is Top Of The Line and Impeccably Maintained. Baths, Corian Counters. Level usable land fully upgraded Must See. Priced Right at $475,000 $549.000 $692,000 848 MANZANITA 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 38 Acre - 1920 Sq.Ft., Huge family room w/fireplace. Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard. Enter from Pheasant Drive. $360,000 r 7448 Forty Rod Trail 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured h0me/desert getaway. Great ayout, large deck, nice view of the mountains, built-in _ ... bookshelves, plantation shutters, over-sized bathtub. Needs II 37+ACRE , NEWLY REMODELED some TLC but has lots of potenta Fat 1 acre, usabe yard Bd. Cabin On.Volca.n at.. Hunting & Re, l i,ng., Year II ,ith a well, 5000 gallon water holding tank and outbuildin-s III II] Hound Stream Hurts Near L;aDin. eautiTUl UlO rowzn m Footings in place for a 2 ....... car garage. Peaceful and secludedU.' I i La,g, r,,up,,t;u, vva,,,, t, uLy Cedars =Locked GateFor Securi . Occasional Snowfall, illl ++.y,uuu II 111 $695,000 III BORREGO SPRINGS: Beautiful .53 Acre parcel of flat land located on corner lot with water meter installed, electricity close, great views. $66,000 MASON VALLEY: 67 acres of flat band, has well, septic, old shed, trees, views, easy access on S-22. $385,000 CUYAMACA: 34791 NATCHEZ TRAIL, .64 acres, very usable, beautiful trees, septic installed, electricity and water at property. Pad ready to build $209,000 WYNOLA: 4.74 ACRES TOTAL Wynola: 3.51 Acre wooded parcel with building pad and county approved septic layout for 3BR home. $235,000 Oak Hill Lane: 1.23 acre parcel has county approved septic layout for 2BR. Electricity at corner. Majestic oaks and views. $135,000 .84 ACRES IN WHISPERING PINES: 3BR septic layout. Great access. Beautiful trees. Gentle slope. $160,000 716 HACIENDA DRIVE - KENTWOOD: .47 Acres with septic and water meter, good views, level lot, access on two roads. $99,000 2760 HIGHWAY 79, 3BD.3BA .Lg.2Car Att. Car. 2835Sq.Ft. 5 Acres In Townsite. New Quality Custom Home. Travertine Stone Floors In Kitchen, Baths & Laundry Granite Countertops & Knotty Alder Cabinets Throughout, Concrete Siding. Must See!! $975,000 ., WE OFFER ONE MONTH FREE RENT FOR APPROVED TENANTS ON SELECTED PROPERTIES 2605 WASHINGTON STREET. ResidentaI-Commercial Rental. 1Bd.lBa. LCorn.e,r .Historical, Excellent ocation, -xtra building t-0r t usmess, or ??. $1200/mo SHELTER VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 1 acre. $900/m0 4248 PINE HILLS ROAD " 3 bedroom, 2 bath., 4+acres, well, beautiful view and property, washer/dryer. $1200/mo 4747 LUNETA DRIVE - New 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car garage, stainless appliances, Corian appliances, tile baths, wood floors, beautiful! $2600/mo A Mixed Bog Early in the morning (4:30 am) on the 9th of October, NASA will be crashing an object into the south polar region of the moon. The "LCROSS" mission is a search for water on the moon. The LCROSS mission is going to do this by sending a rocket crashing into the moon causing a big impact and creating a crater, throwing tons of debris and potentially water ice and vapor above the lunar surface. This impact will release materials from the lunar surface that will be analyzed for the presence of hydrated minerals which would tell researchers if water is there or not. This crash will be so big that we on Earth may be able to view the resulting plume of material it ejects with a good amateur telescope. The San Diego Astronomy Association will host a special star party event at the Tierra Del Sol remote observation facility 90 minutes east of San Diego. Members of the public Who wish to attend should call (858)877-3103 or send an email request for a ticket to publicity@sdaa:org to RSVP, as the event will be limited to a total of 300 attendees. Overnight camping is available and full details about how to reach the Tierra Del Sol site, and what to bring with you to the event will be emailed to those who RSVP in advance of the event. You must RSVP to attend. You can read more at http:llsandiegospace.orgl My last bit of news is the Borrego Art Institute is sponsoring a major art exhibit featuring 30 night sky photographs from around the globe, called "The World at Night" or TWAN. The town of Borrego Springs, has just been designated an International Dark Sky Community (see and is only the second town in the world to earn this distinctiOn. The displayed images are from renowned astro- photographers from around the world, including our own Dennis Mammana. The exhibit runs from October 16th through November 8th at the Borrego Art Institute, 587 Palm Canyon Drive, Borrego Springs, CA. Don't miss this great exhibition! If you have any questions, or want further information, feel free to send an email to: or give me a call at (760)765-1083. Clear, and Dark Skies! Scott Baker - Dancing to the DJ provided a great way for many to enjoy the Apple Days Festival. Newcomer to Blue Heron Gollery Honey Finds A Home story and photo by Anne Garcia Anyone acquainted with Joan Dawkins knows that this gentle lady lost her beloved Sammie the Shitzu several months ago. Sammie was 17 years old and had been through some battles. He was deaf and blind, but remained Joan's close companion to the end. However, a few weeks ago Joan's vet, Dr. Hank Hackett of Alpine, brought her a surprise! He had a few errands to do in Julian and dropped off a cute Chihuahua at her home to doggy sit for a while. His motives were not entirely transparent! He was hoping the pooch would win her heart, thereby giving the dog a home and Joan a new companion. You see, Honey was rescued from the streets of El Centrc where she had roamed several months, surwving by her wits and spunk. Needless to say, Dr. Hackett's undercover plan worked! Although Joan never had considered adopting a Chihuahua, when she met Honey, the dog's sweet, calm nature was an instant match. In the weeks since Honey arrived at Joan's home and the Blue Heron Gallery, the dog has proven her worth by catching mice in the backyard and providing a big-dog alarm system. She even got away from Joan one day to chase the Julian carriage down the street, n pping at the heels of the giant draft horse. What a sight that must have been! Be sure to visit the gallery be sure and introduce yourself to Honey. She is quite well mannered and very friendly, and will provide lots of kisses to make you feel right at home1 Blue Heron Gallery is at 2116 Third Stree(in the historic Kettner house. The Mirocle Of Getting Bigger For little kids part of growing up is the miracle of getting bigger. The old walnut tree had a huge branch that hung down through a swathe of the great tree's shade. It was divided into segments by smaller, upright branches and there was a little straight branch sticking out at the very end, just right for a five year old to scramble onto and feel all teetery and brave. As the years went by each section was mastered until the branch seemed, well, sort of low altogether. Maybe it sagged with age. There are probably kids out there today who judge their size (at least in part) in terms of how high they can climb a special tree. What they don't have to judge themselves against is the back of a pickup. At one time pick-ups had running boards and the swell over the tire was outside the narrow bed. This was a perfect way to climb into the back of a truck before setting off to Franklin and Alice's pool or down to the pasture or wherever those big people driving had decided to go. At first getting up there was a Big Deal but it became easier with time, practice and inches. Later on the running board disappeared and the swell over the tire was part of a wider pickup bed. By that time bigger kids didn't need that help to climb into the back and the part over the tire was a good place to sit. This has all gone by the wayside since kids aren't allowed to ride in the back of pickups now. It's probably safer if not half as fun. Nowadays, too, Patty Ziesmer and her friends would probably have been sent to counseling for driving into town on a tractor. Patty had permission to drive the tractor in the orchard, the kids wanted some ice cream so....why not? As far as she can remember, no one said anything. But, then, life was simply less safe if perhaps more sane in a lot of areas. Be Fire Safe, Not Sorry/