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2 The Julian News October 31, 2012 / J Art Gallery ;.2 1 Art Gallery Santa Ysabel Art Gallery 30352 Hwy. 78 (at Hwy. 79) P,O. Box 480 Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 765 1676 OPEN Thursday - Monday 11 a,m. - 5 p,m. Featuring the Finest Local Artists \ Books The Julian BOOK HOUSE Purveyors of superb reading material Selling Rare and Good Used Books Diana & Don Garrett - Owners 2230 Main Street P.O. Box 2003 Julian, CA 92036 760-765-1989 Motorcycle Apparel Leathers, Apparel, Gifts & Jewelry JulianHogHeaven,lnc \\\ [ \ i \ t \ Local Farm to Table Cuisine! I Coum'a Be t Happy Hour[ I Ho.day-Friday 2:30 6:00pm Appetizer & Dri.k gpecialaI I / / I OPEN EVERY DAY AT 11AM! I Being Steaks, Seafood * Specialty Burgers 92036 / / / / emaii: @juliannews.com I I Incredible Desserts * Youth Menu I byCris Cornette Vegetarian and Gluten Free Options With the east wind blowing you can cut the tension in the air with a I Wme, Champagne and Beer Bar I knife, the word Santa Ana in itself makes my hair stand up on my neck. Buy 1 Entr6e Get It's this time of year that we get into a weather pattern of a few days I 2nd Entree Half Off I of cool fail weather which is almost always followed by an "Offshore" wind event. Even our early pioneers called them Devil winds, they I Monday--Thursday I cause static, dry lips and skin and fire weather. Along with the high winds the humidity gets very low and even though we don't get the 760.765.1587 I high temperatures that the city gets, the fire danger is still extreme. It www'ieremysnthehil]'cm was nine years ago the "The Fire" was devastating our mountain top, I 4354 Highway 78 I L Betw=leen Sa=lnta Y sabel a=lnd Julian j Local Banking unfortunately the fire not only consumed homes but almost all of of beautiful forests were gone when it stopped its path of destruction. The emotional effects will never be completely healed and Julian and Cuyamaca will never be the same. After 30 years of firefighting in our community I want to share a few thoughts with you to give you and your home a better chance of survival in the event of a fire. 1 .First and foremost is a "Defensible Space", Cal fire requires a 100' defense zone around your home, as you know this may be adequate in most cases but slope and fuel (vegetation). types might warrant even more, Cal Fire has some very, informative handouts to assist Checking Savings you in creating this space around your home. Home Equity Business Banking 2. It's this time of year that gardens and flowers are done for the ........ i season, potting soil in flower beds and pots is a very receptive bed for embers, so if you have them close to your home, move them away t~ 2033 Main St., Julian I 765-2765 i from the house until next growing season. Member FDIC k i . 3. Firewood, is another issue that firefighters have to deal with during a fire, keep it away from you home at least 30', and cover it with a flame resistive canvas tarp. If you keep it on your porch or right next to the house, have the minimal amount and keep it in a wood in a NorrMtY I)IJBLI( covered box, so embers can't ignite it. In the event that there is a fire PllZZ /Becky Gambril '\ move it away from your house. 4. Propane tanks should have bare soil around them for ten feet, FI, J /U-me: 760-765-27' n check to see that leaves and other debris haven't built up under them. I"Icen:760_533_4429/ (31} 5. Leaves and debris are one of the worst culprits, they blow around and build up in your rain gutters and on the roof of your home and under decks, being extremely flarj2mable, you need to'be diligent in Winter Schedule \ Please call / keeping them cleaned up from afi l'nd the house and On your roof. & Music for an al pointmen/t 6. Water, have all of your water sources marked and any fire pumps Wynola Pizza will be falling back to winter hour~= Sunday thruThursday and/or systems identified. You can make an easily recognized box until 8:00 PM. painted red with the word "FIRE" on it with intructions for firefighters Our weekend 8BQ continues on Saturday and Sunday with live music on every Friday and Saturday evening (throughout the year). Our live music offers a no cover charge performance of quality local and San Diego musicians who love the atmosphere. Join us and our musician friends every Friday and Saturday evening; from 6 to 9 (and occasional Sundayl afternoons from 5 until 8) I 760 765-1004 I WynolaPizza.com l More Than Just Great Pizza Over 35 varieties of beer, a e and hard cider ~I~-~J, ROM~OI Attomey-At-Law Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business and Water Law (619) 696-9916 1901 First Avenue, Suite 110 San Diego, CA. Mon & Fri (ONLY) 8am tO i 1 am I I 2018 Main Street WE INVITE YOUR OPINION/ The views expressed by our contributing writers are their own and not necessarily those of The Julian News management. We invite all parties to submit their opinions and comments to The Julian News. AH contributed items are subject to editorial approval prior to acceptance for publication. Letters must include your name and contact information. Letters may be marled to: Julian News P.O. Box 639 Julian, CA 92036 emai/: /etters@ju/iannews.com in person: Julian News Office 1453 Hollow Glen Road (nam - 5:00pro Wed-FrO Deadline is Friday Noon for the next weeks issue on where your water sources are and instructions on how to operate any pumps you might have. You can also have the locations of and any "special" hazards there might be, this could be from a 50 gallon drum of gasoline or maybe a hand dug well in the back yard. Have your hoses out and ready to use, I can't tell you how many time a garden hose had made a difference. 7. Move all flammable materials away from your home, this would include outdoor furniture (wood and plastic), Close your windows, if you have time cover the vents ino your attic do so, make some pre cut covers in the winter and mark them for the spot they will be installed, in th event you don't have time to install them leave them in a location that they can be seen, if time allows firefighters might be able to utilize them. 8. Have a plan, some residents have their important items packed and ready to go in a moments notice if they are evacuated. Sometimes you will not have an opportunity to pack before you leave, or you may only have a few minutes to gather what you can and go, keep your car keys in an established location where they are readily available. Make a list of what you will take with you if you must leave right away (also note its location), photos and important documents are typically the first thing people take. Part of your plan should include and friend or neighbor, that in the event of your absence, thet will know what to take and what they need to do to ensure your important items and pets are cared for. The key for this plan to work effectively, is to practice. Take some time to run through a "what if" scenario, give yourself different time frames from minutes to hours, document the items you will take, what you need do outside of your home to include the above mentioned preventative measures that time allows. The main reason for these drills is to give you a perspective on the time it takes to load your car with belongings, gather your pets and be 'able to leave well before the fire arrives. So using the above information, you will increase the chances of your home surviving a fire, and have a good plan on what to do if evacuated, and when you leave, knowing you've done everything you could do for yourselves and your home. One last item rd like to cover is people that have made the decision to stay and ignore the evacuation orders. Our state allows you to stay if you choose to do so, in my career I have heard the 'Tve lived here for years and seen other fires here and rm staying", the biggest problem with this statement, is that fire conditions are never the same and what happened last time might not compare to this time. During Thursday- Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and by appointment Specializing in nature, wildlife/mountain landscape, sunsets and desert photography, full color photo-to- canvas art work, photo books, calendars, greeting cards and post cards. (760) 765-2129 Candy/Fudge TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 6 THURSDAY DINNER FOR TWO s30. Two Caesar salads Two ;4 oz. Jack Daniels marinade top sirloin with truffle mashed potatoes and red wine [us Chocolate cream puffs stuffed with vanilla bean ice cream and espresso chocolate sauce P Add our delicious house Cabernet Sauvignon for a glass. RE.i'LqtVA TION$ SUG#$gI Michael Hart and Michele Harvey ..... 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