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8 The Julian News Plem V of FE[E,s'a / g Sales-Associates SHEKYI.L ST ICKLANP - KICK 17YEK o NOW - I$99,000 47+ Acres #rsa horse prolerly wife well and 7 00 gallon wafer storage tamk. Adjase to A,za-Porrego State Park. Electric TelephoNe available .......... ....................... r,L VC ........................... $9,000 10 Acres wit5 adecl Pad, Surveyed, ! 0,000 gal. water tank, graded aooess road. Speetaoolar Views. Ideal for vineyard, orehard, great horse proper / ............... ........................ on .m AT. ......................... Z7 ,O00 S.Z1 Ae, res -- Preafl rakl Psuu'amle View Lot'. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed Sam Piego Ikallh epar e leplb layout fir lied oom r idenee. Seller will provide eotmW approval wi~ aeeepfld~ offer. ....................... ~Z6~,O00 S.11 Acres -- Very Private wife Well Trailer, Peg KemmeL Storage Puildimg ....... ................................................ 199,999 6.Z t Acres -- Your horses will love fabdou# view site with completed proposed Bed oom septic layout, l eenfly sta d .......................... Z 0,000 Z.9 Acres -- Fabulous View Septic Approved for $ Bed F, oom ,esideme. All Utilities at Property. Wa ,r Ideter Installed. Lots of Usable Land fir Horses, eardem ........................................................ 199,000 1.10 Acres -- Terrific Viewo, Two legal Parcels, Two Addresses fir Prise of One! Septic in fir Two 8eto of Water 95ares, Electric Pole Twim Oaks Property. e, l"ie Pole m PII Tree Lane. Must See to Appreciate. tFIF9 Twi, Oaks tFZFZ Pine Tree Lame. Prbe4 to sell .............. | 9,000 .OF Amre -- All usable ovedooki Eamk Has approved septic layout. Water shares to oomwy. EaW aeem to 0o~ mh~a..Med road ................ ~9~,000 49 Aore -- Terrific all usable level to let approved septic layout {or Z Bed ~oom resicleme. Mamu~aefwed home OK. W~er shares to eomtey. Survey complete. All utilities available ................................ Prise gedoeed to #~'S,O00 ?ro rties are "Off the #rid" the ~E]. r~, ~, tote ., ut~rgrou~ to each paresL ~,, ~v, water ..or,. ..e need .,lb At/./g~ approved for $ ~d Room reddet~oe~ 9uitalsle for ~aeufaetored homes. I Amre -- ~orgeoos, $1opi.~ Puildable Parcel ~do~d To Sell .......... ~PO, O00 Z.6~t Acres -- Fabulous View, Seller Will Provide Septic Layout ~ aeoo~able offer ................................................... ~1 ~t5,000 ~t.7~t Acres -- Has Wafer Meter, Nice View, Large Beildable Lot ...... ~Ht~,O00 kZ.OF/Imres -- Large Parcel wif5 Wafer M~er, House Plato Available ... ~I ~F, O0~ Z.6Z Aores -- Fabulous Slopi ParceL Oovered with Oaks, Septic Layout, Water Meter Paid ............................................... ~10~,000 Z.77 Acres ~ Paved ~oads, Umdergrom~d Utilities, Water Meter Paid, Sel~C Layout fir .................................................. 17 ,000 T.14 Acres -- Approved Site Plan. ~adi~ Plan, Septic Layout for Bed Poem, Water Meter Paid, Approved House Pla~ ............................ ~ 17S,000 Z5 Acres -- Approved Plato for $ Bed oom, Z+Path, Z400 S.F. esidemoe, oumly approved adimj Plan, Approved Bed oom Septic layout, Water Meter, eady To l~eild ................................................... ft.19,000 Large Z Bed oont Z Ba , 1950 s.f. (Z) Massive emtural 9o.e Fireplaces. Open I I beamed ceiling, knotty pine a~l wood pat~eli~J iM'erior. Porcelain Tile ~ Berber I I Carpeting fnro-out. Flag,one patio areas wi~ covered fro~ porch. 1 ear garage I I plus 10x14 store room wit5 slab floor and eleotrioh'y. Many natural stone platters ] ] wit5 spri clors hose bibs. Totally feemed South fad j 1/Z acre parcel. I \ s9.ooo .) November 18. 2009 Talks With Grandfather Before the advent of electricity in our Back Country, every morning about dawn Grandfather Jens lit the kerosene lantern and laid a fire in the wood stove. Laying the fire wasn't a simple task and took quite a while so it was a good time for a little girl wrapped in a "cozy" quilt to sit in the rocking chair and talk.. First the ashes had to be taken up after lifting out the stove lids and grate. The dead ashes were put into the ash bucket and taken outside to be watered down in case some embers were left. Then the kindling was laid on top of twisted newspaper, the fire started and the stove lids and grate put back. The woodbox by the stove had, of course, been filled the day before. As the kindling caught into flame a piece of light firewood was put through the firebox door and, in time, another and another. Rocking and asking through the process. "Grandfather, what was that place where you were born?" "Norvay." "What was it like when you were little, like me?" "Cold." "It's cold here, too.: "Not like Norvay." "Grandfather, what do you remember best?" "Not much food, neither." "Oh. Grandfather, tell me how to talk Norwegian." "Put hot potatoes in your mout an you're spikkin Norvechun." So much for the transmission of culture from generation to generation. The old tin coffee pot began to perk and the kitchen to warm. Grandfather Jens, however, never became more loquacious even as light lit the world behind the forest on the hill and crept across the sky. Soon Mother Virgina appeared and the real day started, that would- be magic moment gone. And, looking back, it was a great memory but moving the little switch on the central heating and turning on the coffee machine is even better. However...one wishes Grandfather said a bit more about the Old Country. Pioneer Museum Face Lift Update from Kevin O'Connor, contractor Over the past month all of in the leg. The corner trim is a Julian has seen a transformation Certaineed brand and is also fire of the exterior of the museum, resistant. The corner trim doesn't Eddie Silbernagle had mentioned come painted. to me shortly after we had a Cutting it can be done with any noticeable amount of siding 71/4", 10" or 12" blade designed up that "everyone" is asking or to cut this kind of material. The commenting on the new look. only drawback to the cutting is Well, it is almost everyone who the amount of dust so you should is asking and commenting. We use a dust mask. have had many people stop I live here in Julian and it's by and take close looks at the been a pleasure for me to be materials and the installation, able to have the opportunity to Plus, numerous people driving be a part of this. However, if not down the street while we are for the capable crew that built putting it up shouting "looks the room addition and installed great!" or "great job!" the siding we would still have The material is a Nichia brand the worn look on the building. and is available from Dixieline Not to mention the generosity in Poway. The siding was of Poway Dixieline and Steve donated by the supplier and we, Williams support in attaining the O'Connor & Family Construction materials. Also included are Mark Company, installed it. The Sloan, Don Felps, Lash Roe, Tim material is a concrete material Rasmussen, Lee Krause, Gene and is fire resistant. It has a fiy Nance, Herb Dackerman, John ash in it that makes it resistant. Scott Roofing, Kathy Snyder, There is nothing harmful in it. It Jerry and Kathy Cozens. Also comes in 6 different colors and it the crew at the Candied Apple meets the building and fire code. for keeping us fed. The color we put on the museum I want to invite any and all to is Mahogany. It also comes stop byand take a close up look. with no color, in two styles, so I have samples and brochures. you can paint it any color you We would enjoy giving you an choose. The material is more up close and personal look at durable and stronger than Hardi what has been done. I normally siding and is not near as heavy don't write articles of this nature, or cumbersome to work with. however, due to the huge This material is a half inch thick number of inquiries I thought it and comes in pieces 8"x96". You may be good idea to let you know can't nail it by hand and is best something about it. It you should applied with a nail gun, just be have any questions feel free to careful and don't shoot yourself stop by. Julian School High School is T'he First In San Diego County To Offer Teen CERT by Cody Cornette What is Teen CERT, you ask? Teen CERT is an educational program aimed at teaching emergency preparedness to high school students. The program came out of the National Homeland Security Initiative for the purpose of making our schools and communities safer by teaching students the skills they need to help themselves, their family and their school, in the event of an emergency. Johnny and Diane Hake are our local CERT Coordinators (Is this the right title?) and Nationally Certified CERT trainers. The Hakes have trained and graduated more than 50 Julian CERT members in the past year. "It is our goal to bring the people of Julian together with a common goal of standing strong as a community during times of disasters." Said Johnny Hake. Superintendent Jim Peabody is excited to add this educational component to the Julian High School repertoire. "The Department of Homeland Security has identified our schools as an important part of the country's critical infrastructure." Said Peabody. "Although we have no intention of putting our students at risk, a well prepared student body that has been trained to respond safely can be a great benefit to our school community. And we are so proud to be the first high school in Southern California to provide this training." The metal instrument used in shoe stores to measure feet is called the Brannock device, The curriculum takes approximately 20-30hours and includes a Heart Smart certification and a school emergency simulation training. JHS students who participate in the Teen CERT program will learn important life skills, receive 20 hours of community service hours, and build the type of self esteem that comes from giving back to your community. Julian has the only active Teen CERT program in San Diego County. The Julian Gold Rush Hotel has already got their indoors decorated for upcoming Christmas season. The tree in the lobby is affixed with Victorian Ornaments. I EXQUISITE ESTATE HoME ~ 4+ Bedrooms, 4 BathS' 6,134 sq.ft., located in beautiful Wynola. Panoramic ]Views - MANY Amenities. $1,395,000 2127 Main Street (Next to Town Hall) www.JulianRealty.com PRIVATE SETTING - near new home. 2 BR, 2 BA, 1,387 sq. ft. on .68 acres of exceptional horse property .with extensive corrals and a large flat area. $399,000 Dennis Freiden Jane Brown-Darch Deborah Jane Kerch Colleen Kaltenthaler 5.91 Acres - 3153 Williams Ranch Rd., Wynola,- High yield well, Approved septic for 4 BR home, Circular driveway, Lovely Views, Secluded location - $299,000 5252 Pine Hills Road - 6+ Acres, water meter, plans available - $249,000. ! i , IIIF,I . ,llllll ,,i '," " !i ,. [,i,PTtl ' ' , "'"' ,,i ,,IIIIII,