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6 The Julian News • FISHING REPORT • News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis Deceniber 14, 2008 Winter Greetings from Lake Cuyamaca: The weather has turned cold with more rain and snow to come. The additional 1,200 Ibs including some trophy's were added for your angling pleasure, the trout inventory is increasing. These Jess Ranch trout are outstanding in quality with full tails and fins, great taste, plus an attitude for the fight. WINTER HOURS Through JANUARY 31, 2009 Monday Tuesday Thursday, Friday 8AM-4PM Saturday 6AM-4:30PM. Sunday 10:00 A.M.- 4:30PM Wednesday LAKE is CLOSED/ Trout Bait." 16-20"inch leader, night crawler smeared with scent fished below a bobber, or RainbSw Power Bait fished off the bottom. (Pautzkes Krill gel or liquid Krill scent) Best Trout Lures: Orange Rapala, Yellow Roster Tail, Gold Panther Martin. Use "scent (Krill gel works best) Trout Spots'. Lone Pine, Dike, Chambers Park, Trolling entire lake. Notable: Bob Hatcher, San Diego, (limit)'largest 31bs Rainbow, Power bait/inflated night crawler. (lots of mixed sized stringers.) Fly Fishing: Try a Matuka or a Wolly Bugger worked slow on the fall. Nature Walk: The self guided walk is 3 1/2 miles around the lake. The trail is open for daily use. Free Fishing Class Saturday at 10:AM: Ranger Willard will teach tried and true Trout tactics, along with Crappie and Catfish• Prognosisfi! Fishing bait will continue to produce some very nice stringers. Trolling Rapalas, Panther Martins and Roster Tails getting good action• This cold weather will either ignite the bite or shut it down?? Going to be cold all week so bring warm clothes and a bait warmer ! Water Fowl results: no reports of success THE DECONTAMINATION WASH DOWN IS NOW OPERATIONAL PRIVATE VESSELS ALLOWED AFTER WASH DOWN/ A fee is charged. (boats, motors, float tubs, waders) More details under boat wash down. For more information: toll free (877) 581-9904; Fax (760) 765- 1749 1 OUTDOOR TIPS A LOOSE BOOT TONGUE CAN BE KEPT IN PLACE BY I::tJNCHING "lWO HOf-E5 IN LOWER END O1::: TONC~JE AND TWO /~ATCHING HOLE~ IN E~OOT... THEN U£~E ~ LACE 1"O HOLD TONGUE IN 1:>OglTION X< ~k Students To Go Gre( (NAPSA)-From recycling to riding bikes, students across the country are finding ways to help- protect the Earth. Now a new program helps them take that activism a step further, While also teaching them the value of teamwork, community involvement and responsibility• It challenges teams of two to three middle school students to identify an environmental issue in their community, research the issue using scientific investigation and create a replicable green solution using Web-based tools and resources. Examples of projects include reducing the amount of toxic runoff entering a community's water, building awareness of the need to reduce mercury consumption, and creating a program that encourages people to change their driving habits in Earth-friendly ways. Called the Siemens We Can Change the World Challenge, the program-which is aligned to education standards-is meant to empower students to be agents Of change in their communities. It was created by the Siemens Foundation, the National Science Teachers Association and Discovery Edtication, which provides scientifically proven, standards-based digital media resources and professional development to classrooms nationwide• Getting Involved Students in 6th through 8th grades, under the mentorship of a teacher or adult supervisor, can register at www.wecanchange• com. This middle school launch marks the first phase of the nationwide initiative, which will roll out to K-12 in following years. All student teams completing the Middle School Challenge will receive prizes for their participation• Top-performing teams, as judged bya panelofenvironmental experts and science educators, will earn cash, teachereducation materials and unique "Discovery Experience" trips• The grand prize-winning team will receive a• prize package that includes an appearance on Planet Green, Discovery's 24/7 eco-lifestyle network and a trip accompanied by a Discovery TV personality. For more information, visit www.wecanchange.com Nature provides a free lunch but only if we control our appetites. -- ~lliam Ruckelshaus THE BIRDWATCHER Everything For Peop~ Who Love Wild Bi~I i We Ship UPS ' www•thebirdwatcher, o0m 2775 "B" Street - Julian, CA (760) 765 1817 Cindy Brook Parrots as Pets Exotic birds are beautiful and a delight to have around the- house, but they're also intel: ligent, flock-oriented creatures that require special care, diets and responsibility And they can live a long time. So before purchasing a parrot, please make sure itg a commitment- you want to take on. E-mail: birdingbits@cfl.~com King Fealutes SyP~cate, Inc, Economic advance is not the same thing as human progress. -- John Clapham The Spats by Jeff Picketing December 17, 2008 rs How accessible are the churches in town? Calvary Chapel uses Julian High Sch'ool which makes it very accessible• The Methodist Church also is very accessible and will ~ .-~: , ~O be adding a kickplate for their beautiful front door, reposition their , Braille restroom signs, and purchase a ramp for access to their raised o ,o sanctuary level. Hillside Church now has an accessible women's C ~ B j ~'~ restroom thanks to the carpentry skills of Herb Dackermann. S!: C j ~L ~ I • ~,~ ~,~ Elizabeth still needs to replace its short steep ramp with a "porch lift.' 0% ' . ~oo The Mormon Church looks from the outside to be very accessible. ~ Featu Fin8 Harry Joe Reynolds %~"% % Anynewhandicappedparkingspaces? ' Pmc]at 7:3(; (Zpp . Tracy Turner and her dad, Les Turner put in a new handicapped ~' 8:3(; parking space to their antique store. They have a ramp to the front ,LJo0=£~.o ~l/'l=,lHI ~I/~IiJW~ tl~ /I/~;t~l,4~,~l~4, (~,~. door at Wynola Junction thai will give access to manual chairs. But , ~ ~, (i they still need a slight threshold ramp to reduce the 2 threshold to ep# l the required ¾ tolerance• Albert Lewis, the new owner of Orfila's Winery, will be adding several handicapped parking spaces. ~o'~& ~~ ~~ oeO accessibility?HasCAL TRANS responded to your requests for increased ,, u .... eYSg:10 0.-3"o,, Yes and no. I wrote to CALTRANS in the'summer of 2007 and To 45 Patrons ' again in 2008. In a letter dated Nov 21, 2008, Pedro Orso-Delgado, ~~~ ~ ~ "~--~ "~ ~ ~ CALTRANS District Director, said (1) that the ramp to the Stonewall Building conformed to standards for historic properties. However, that building is only about 20 years old. In all of downtown Julian, only the Julian Hotel has the distinction of being a historical building, exempt from the 1992 ADA requirements. (2) CALTRANS will replace the existing dike and sidewalk from the gas station to the post bffice. Timeline 4-6 months. (3) They will not make a crosswalk on SR 79 because "Pedestrian crosswalk markings should not be marked at intersections unless they are intended to channelize pedestrians. (4) SR 79 at I nspirition Point (Vista Point)will have flexible post delineators to enhance roadway delineations in about 3 months. Between the new rumble strips and the extended double yellow lines, we should be better able to navigate that dangerous intersection in fog. (5) Regarding the handicapped parking spaces at Lake Cuyamaca, CALTRANS was unaware that Lake Cuyamaca took care of that problem in the fall. (6) The request for a handicapped parking space at Rongbranch Restaurant was turned down because they said there was already one across the street at the Pioneer Museum! I don't know what they saw, but I haven't seen one there! (7) Mr. Orso-Delgado asked me to referred to a non-existing attached list of existing disabled parking ~paces in Julian• There are no CALTRANS parking spaces in Julian! (8) Regarding a request for a bike.path/walkway from the schools into town, this was deferred to Jim Peabody, Superintendent/Principal. CALTRANS does not provide an adequate or safe passageway along 78. Finally, no provisions were addressed for parking spaces along Main Street. Questions? E-mail Arlene Howe at ronandarlene@earthlink.net or call 765-4848. Ensuring That Children Are Safe In The Car (NAPSA)-According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), three out of four kids are not as secure in the car as they could be because their car seats are not being used correctly. While it's certainly true most parents want to do everything in their power to protect their children, it's als9 true they may not know about a simplified anchoring system that's built into most new cars to help make it easier to install car seats. Known as LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Child ren), the system was developed to make it easier for parents to correctly install child safety seats into vehicles. Yet 40 percent of parents still rely on the vehicles' seat belts when nstalling their car seat rather than using LATCH• In addition, only 55 percent of parents report using the upper tether, which provides additional attachment of the child safety seat to the vehicle and has been shown to reduce forward movement of the child's head, minimizing risk of head impact. To help raise awareness of the LATCH system, NHTSA and the Advertising Council continued on page 13 Substituting low-fat organic yogurt for sour cream when baking saves 46 grams offat per cup, while keeping the food moist and the texture right. • Santa Comes Early To Santa Ysabel With $178,000 Win For Ricardo Ahumada Just in time for the holidays, Ricardo Ahumada of Tijuana, BC, Mexico hit a Wheel Of Fortune Vega Jackpot, winning over $178,000 early Sunday morning. Since the casino's opening Ahumada and his wife have frequented the Santa Ysabel CaSino on evening Moon Charter bus trips, and their patronage to the casino paid off this Weekend with the giant jackpot win. As the return bus trip to Tijuana normally departs the casino in the early morning hours, Ahumada and his wife were preparing to leave when his machine hit. Ahumada was stunned by the amount he had won. When asked what his plans for the money are, he replied, "1 want to open a sports equipment store so I can provide my family with a better life. I'd also like to take them on a vacation to Veracruz (Mexico)." Ahumada resides in Mexico with his ~Nife, tWO children, and other family members. His career has included over 17 years of working with and managing the Independent Mariano Matamoros Soccer League in Tijuana. Along with career and travel desires, Ahumada plans to continue visiting the casino that undoubtedly has fortuitously altered his future. "The Santa Ysabel Casino will always be my favorite casino," he stated. A brand new, $30 million state-of-art facility, Santa Ysabel Casino offers an array of gaming, entertainment and affordable dining options never before seen in Southern California. An econ0r'nic enterprise of the lipay Nation of Santa Ysabel, the casino provides guests with variou~ amenities including 349 of the latest, hi-action machines, live table games including $2 blackjack, live poker, $4.95 Prime .Rib Thursday-Saturday from 4pm-10pm, 40 home-style menu items under $5, arcade ~]ames for children of all ages, live entertainment, billiards, free shuttle service, and a state-of- the-art ventilation system for a nearly smoke-free environment. Located on the Santa Ysabel• Reservation, the casino is approximately 60 minutes north of San Diego and boasts spectacular panoramic views of Lake Henshaw, Palomar and the Santa Maria Mountains. 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