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t December 1, 2010 9 The Julian News , We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C' Street ORNER WWW. lan- ro er TREET P.O. Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 ESPECIALLY NICE HOME on prime, level, VERY SPECIAL OPEN FLOOR PLAN - 2 Bed- wooded 2.5 acre site in desirable Wynola Estates. CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 room/2 Bath Home with 9 foot Ceilings, Roman[I[ RAMONA, PRICED TO Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and Slate Stamped Concrete Floors, Granite Counter III Bath Spacious Home. lar~,~ )arate laundry Two fireplaces, open floor plan, balcony off pines, views, underground power and phone, Tops, Plantation Shutters, RV Parking & Hookups.l[ room. Located at private oaved road. bedrooms, many upgrades. Not a distress sale. paved roads, gated community. [] Allon 1.08 Acres 1] Bank approved ~. Bring your ~uyers... Lots of potential, competitively priced at: $199,000 $359,000 00,000 $395,000. WYNOLA ESTATES - 2 bedroom/2 bath home. Spacious and open floor plan. Converted 2 car LOVELY NEWER HOME. Very Private- on 4.68 CHOICE SITE IN PINE HILLS 1 28 Acres garage with fullbath & private entrance. Attached Ill GREAT LAKE VIEW! From this newer two' Acres adjoining State Park property. Great for easy access, mature trees. Service by water company, lll horses. Open floor plan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great 2.5 Acres. [ bedroom + sitting area and more space upstairs. has approved septic layout. I I bedroom/1 bath granny flat with private entrance. Ill bedroom home. Master bedroom downstairs, and I views! Many trees, nicely landscaped. Priced right ] $578,000 ] Great kitchen with First-Class appliances. Deck, I[at: $399,000 [ $169,000 I Bringalloffers, III double garage. $445,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: Rose Steadman, Broker/Owner Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate email: Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate email: Santa Ysabel Store And From across the road in what would today be the parking lot at Dudley's and Don's Market A familiar landmark is the old store at the road crossing in Santa Ysabel. This precious rural general store was built along the county surveyor's 1872 re-alignment of the Coleman Toll Road. It has changed little. The store is a remarkably well preserved, thick walled adobe with a spacious cellar and high ceilings. In the middle is a wood stove, which was a good place in winter for ranchers to sit'close and tell tall tales and spit tobacco juice onto the hot iron. This added sizzle to the tales and a spicy fragrance to the atmosphere. By the early 1900's, a county road ran south from here past an old barn, still standing, past Flint's blacksmith shop near an existing windmill at the foot of the grade, and up to the present Inaja picnic area. That road is now closed to traffic beyond the barn. Storekeepers included Hoover, before 1910, and Moretti. Descendants of both still live in the area. There were as many as six clerks back before the Depression, while the Army Corps of Engineers was camped at the present post office site to grade Engineer Road. The big tree to the right used to shade guests at the 2-story Santa Ysabel Inn next door. You can still see a concrete patio and semi-circular steps under the tree. The patio served as a dance floor, but in winter dances were indoors. There was a dining room, too. The inn was torn down long ago, but the tree looks much the same. The store no longer serves as post office, but in the modern post office, Paul or Sherry can show you more historic photos of the store and even an ornate, old wooden post office sign from Witch Creek. Our photos are reprinted from Christopher Wray's encyclopedic "The Historic Backcountry" with permission by the author. His guide has many historical photos and is available at Laguna Mountain Lodge. It's too bad the store is no longer open for business, having lost it's Inn by Albert Simonson last tenant due to issues with the American with Disabilities Act a few years ago. The stories that could be told by those walls. Bob McDaniels remembers another blacksmith shop across the street, now a parking lot for a restaurant. It belonged to Cleghorn. I interviewed Bob for this article, and he told me more than I could possibly remember. The Julian Historical Society has a nostalgic movie showing, among other things, young Bob getting a physical at the Witch Creek schoolhouse during the Depression. He doesn't really look much different now, just older. Like all of us. Come Meet The ueen Actress Mary Beech "The Gingerbread Queen" will-visit the Julian Branch Library on Thursday, December 9, 3 PM Children of all ages will enjoy her stories. For more information you can call the library 760-765-0370 Eight Eagles Earn All League Honors ...... by H "Buddy" Seifert The Eagles football season may be over, but the awards are coming in. Ten Eagles were honored by the co.aches and team members as outstanding players for the 2010 season. Senior QB/DB Jesse Lopez was named as the Most Valuable Player for the 2010 Eagles. The Offense MVP went to Senior RB Rodney Doss, Jr. The Eagles Defensive MVP was Junior LB Justin Flores. The 2010 Top Lineman was Senior Dennis Wuhlin. The Special Teams player was Junior Josh Ernst. The Most Improved Player of the Year was Senior Johnny Hake. Johnny played virtually every position on the field this season. The Coaches Award, the Hubba Jubba was given to Senior Joey Rocks. The Underclass Offensive Player was Cole Southcott and the Underclass Defensive Player was Tony Moniz. Eight Eagles were named among the top players in the Southern League for their efforts in the just ended season. Senior RB Rodney Doss, Jr. was named to the First Team All League by the Division V coaches of the Southern League. Named to the First Team, Defense for the Southern League were Seniors Jesse Lopez, DB and Dennis Wohliin, DL. Junior Justin Flores, LB was also named to the First Team Defense. Named to Second Team, Offense was Freshman Zachary Hoyle, DL and Junior Josh Savage, WR. Second Team Defense included Senior Joey Rocks, DL and Josh Ernst, LB. The team would like to thank Ronda Ernst as Team Mom and Rachel Lopez as the Fifth Quarter Meal coordinator. Both ladies did an excellent of keeping the team in the black and well fed. Our Chain Gang of Johnny Hake, Cliff Savage, Fred Dornan and Jimmy Carter kept track of down and distance at all of the Eagles home games. The team would like to give a big shout out to Dusty Keane and American Legion Post 468 for the Thursday pregame O-line meals that were ready and waiting at the end of Thursday night practices. Scott Monroe and his crew at Bailey's prepared a turkey dinner with all the fixin's for our Eagles final O-line meal. Debbie and Keith Gaudette of Apple Alley Bakery provided the desert for the final meal as well. Most of all, your Eagles want to thank the people of Julian for coming out and supporting the team this season. With less than 170 days until Spring Ball, your Eagles will be back and better for the 2011 season. Dennis Wohliin First Team All Southern League Justin Flores, defense Rodney Doss, Jr., offense Players To Watch Next Season. Jesse Lopez, defense Cole Southcott - offensive Tony Moniz - defensive