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American chestnut had virtually on our place alone there were three in a row, large and lovely and productive. One even had an anvil under it (remember... ."Under the spreading chestnut tree...") until someone stole it for the metal or borrowed it or whatever sometime in the early fifties. An anvil isn't exactly necessary to existence nowadays, but it would be nice to have around. By the time half a century had passed so had our chestnuts but, in the way of nature's miracle, another appeared further down the hill. It is now nearly 30 feet high and produces excellent nuts in very prickly burs. They are sweeter than the imports and, most important, it's easy to take off that inner skin that's bitter on imported chestnuts. . These aren't the only American chestnuts in the Julian area. Fred Slaughter knows of some and Woody Barnes said there used to be a clump of them behind the old Manzanita Ranch apple packing sheds (currently Wynola Farms Marketplace) in Wynola though he doesn't know if they're still there. In any case, Woody has taken some of our chestnuts and will try to grow seedlings from them. There have been letters to tell several foundations and research institutes dealing with the American chestnut about our little biological island up in the mountains of Southern California but no one appears to be nterested. Never matter no mind. There will be chestnuts in the turkey stuffing this Thanksgiving and they will be home-grown Real American chestnuts. Kikis , Chestnut Tree, detail of the nut growing in the tree and one that has succumbed to gravity. Family Comin" Back To Jacks Jacks kids and wife; Mike Stadille, Virginia Stadille, Dennis and Janice Olsen and Don Stadille inspected the remodeled interior and are now preparing for the reopening of Jack's Grocery. Sweet November October 21, 2009 Mondays Return 2nd At Hillside Church by Roberta Pitt The Sweet Monday Hostesses; (standing l-r) Dawn Glass, Sandra Sladkey, Lauretta Sparks, Kathy Heinlein, Cheryl Garot, Fig Rasmussen (seated) Misty Dornan, Roberta Pitt A great time of fellowship and was a missionary with Youth and treats started off the new With A Mission. She is currently season of Sweet Monday's at working on her memoir of forty Hillside Community Church on years in the casino business with October 5. The many women in an emphasis on the greed and attendance were moved from addiction of gambling. reflection to laughter as Tina All ladies of the community Massa spoke on the Lord of the are invited to come and enjoy Harvest. Tina reflected on the an evening of fun and light bounty of God telling the story refreshments on November 2 at of her husband Tony's first time 6:30p.m. at Hillside Community attempt at growing a vegetable Church on the corner of 3rd & garden as her illustration. The C St. Child care is provided; joy was contagious and a fun however, a call to Dori at 765- time was had by all. 9940 would be appreciated in Monday, November 2 is the advance. date set for the next Sweet Ladies, come and join us for Monday event. Local Julianite a night out with the girls and an Roberta Pitt will be sharing the evening of fun and establishing message, "Jehovah Jirah, God new friendships. is our Provider." Roberta is a "lf a woman insisted on always graduate of Melodyland School being serious, and never allowed of Theology, a past member of herself a bit of fun and relaxation, Women's Aglow International, she would go mad...." Herodotus 760 765 0035 fax 760 765 3823 9 99 lll 3138 SALTON VISTA DRIVE .24 Ac. 1Bd,lBa. This home is fully furnished and ready to move right into, the gardens are beautifully landscaped, the home is clean and cozy. There is a bunkhouse as well as a garden shed, the lush trees provide shade for the fish pond and stone walkways. This is truly a little doll house. And a must see for $239,000' ~M!l!~n!-~Realtbr,~Ass~iat~; 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS 2400 square ft., 2 plus acres, large family room. 2 car garage. Level usable land fully upgraded $549,000 ,alm!lvLazzone~~Jim M~zzofie~R~aifor;~sgociht~; 3BD.3BA.2483 SQ.FT.2.28 ACRES CUSTOM HOME 3 Car Attached Garage + 2 Car Detached Workshop, Quiet Cul-De-Sac, Fabulous Views, Beautifully Landscaped This home is Top Of The Line and Impeccably Maintained. Must See. Priced Right at $692,000 Rel~ec~h Ri~lii~,B~bKe r; 848 MANZANITA ]] 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath, .38 Acre - 1920 Sq.Ft., Huge family room I~ w/fireplace, Perfect home for two separate 1 bedroom, Living II units, access from two streets, lots of parking, lovely yard. Ill Enter from Pheasant Drive. III $298,000 III 37+ ACRES, NEWLY REMODELED 4747 LUNETA DRIVE ...:. ,UlIII2 Bd. Cabin On Volcan Mt. Hunting & Relaxing, Year 3Bd, 2Ba, 2 Car Garage, Almost One Acre, ,eaumu!llJ]llRound Stream Runs Near Cabin. Beautiful 01d Growth Trees, Stainless Appliances, Wood Floors In zcnen/ Cedars. Locked Gate For Security. Occasional Snowfall. Dining. Tile Baths, Corian Counters. Large Fireplace. Warm And Cozy $475,000 $695,000 7448 FORTY ROD TRAIL 3 bedroom 2 bath manufactured home/desert getaway. Great layout, large deck, nice view of the mountains, built-in bookshelves, plantation shutters, over-sized bathtub. Needs some TLC but has lots of potential. Flat 1 acre, usable yard with a well, 5000 gallon water holding tank and outbuildings. Footings in place for a 2 car garage. Peaceful and secluded. $189,000 2760 HIGHWAY 79, 3BD.3BA Large 2 Car Attached Garage 2835 Sq. Ft. 5 Acres In Town site. New Quality Custom Home. Travertine Stone Floors In Kitchen, Baths & Laundry Granite Counter tops & Knotty Alder Cabinets Throughout, Concrete Siding. Must See!! $975,000 BORREG0 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 land, has well, septic, old shed, trees, views, easy access on S-22. $305,000 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 Wynoia: 3.51 Acre wooded parcel with building pad and county approved septic layout for 3DR home. $235,000 Oak Hill Lane: 1.23 acre parcel has county approved septic layout for 2DR. Electricity at corner. Majestic oaks and views. $135,000 .84 ACRES IN WHISPERING PINES: 3DR 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 WE OFFER ONE MONTH FREE RENT' FOR APPROVED TENANTS ON SELECTED PROPERTIES 2605 WASHINGTON STREET. ResidentaI-Commercial Rental. 1Bd.lBa. Corner Lot, Historical Building, Excellent Location, Extra Building For Business. Or ?? $1200/mo SHELTER VALLEY - 3 bedroom, 2 bath on 1 acre. $900/mo 4248 PINE HILLS ROAD - 3 bedroom, 2 bath., 4+acres, well, beautiful view and property, washer/dryer. $1200/mo