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September 21, 2016 Volume 32 - Issue 07
Power Off Thursday With More On The Way
Power Pole replacement in Wynola Julian will be without power on Thursday, September 22. This is part of the ongoing power pole replacement project that has been evident throughout the back country and will continue through 2017. Residents and businesses have received notification that starting at 8am Thursday, the 22nd the pole replacement
project would cause a schedule outage throughout the back country. There is the possibility the outage could last as long as 9 hours. All schools in the area will be open, with SDG&E providing emergency generators. The library will not be open and the majority of businesses we contacted plan to be closed.
Exploring Dark Skys Saturday At The Library Can Julian become a “Dark Sky Community”? A community forum at the Julian Library, co-sponsored by the Volcan Mountain Foundation will take place this Saturday - September 24 at 1 o’clock . Our dark night sky is great for astronomy and just looking up at night, but how does it relate to our wildlife, our health, and our children's development? Should we become a dark sky community, and what exactly does that mean? Come and hear from a panel including Lisa Bruhn and Paul Erickson of the International Dark Sky Association, Betsy Knaak from the Borrego Dark Sky Coalition, Dave Bittner from the Wildlife Research Institute, Greg Hill, Youth Camp Counselor and community educator, and Bill Carter of the Julian Dark Sky Network. This is an important conversation about the future of our community. Come and be part of it. The goals of the Julian Dark Sky Network are: 1. Promote the enjoyment and preservation of Julian’s dark skies. 2. Develop and organize more year round public astronomy activities. 3. Share with the community the exciting scientific breakthroughs that are taking place in our understanding of the universe.
The Whirlpool Galaxy - M51 as seen from Curiosity Peak Obeservatory by Doug Sollosy
Cross Country Hitting Stride As Season Moves Forward
Fire In Harrison Park Sunday
Smoke and fire fighting aircraft were visible from Highway 78/79 after a fire broke out in Harrison Park, closing Iron Spring Road around noon Sunday. By 3 the fire was contained at six acres and resources began returning to their respective stations. Cal-Fire, USFS and Julian-Cuyamaca all responded.
Hoskings Ranch Headed To Board Of Supervisors The Julian Community Planning Group once again had the Hoskings Ranch development on their agenda, this time as an information only item. No new information was presented. Representatives from the developer where there to answer question and repeated their contention that the project was in compliance with all requirements, which is not the view of the California Department of Conservation. According to Mark Thompson and Michelle Petticourt, it is their belief that the open space requirements of the proposed development combined with the minimum 40 acre lot sizes and San Diego counties well established small farm agricultural history that the DOC should take another look at the project and restate their position to affirm going forward. They also stated that they have asked
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County staff to make the request to the DOC. The issue has been placed on the agenda for the Board of Supervisors October 19 meeting. According to Marek Thompson, if approved it would be a minimum of two years before any improvements would be made to the 1400+ acres and another 10 years before lots would be ready for sale and prepared for homes. The only other action was to advise the County on the proposed new rules concerning Medical Marijuana. The group after discussion took the most restrictive option, which would in effect keep any facilities out of Julian. The group also authorize republication of another announcement of the availability of Park Land Development funds for improvements to public park areas not directly upder County control.
Junior girls Lakota Booth, Chelsea Vickers, Julian Riccio and Esme Killiane making Julian’s presence known at “the Bronco Round Up” photos courtesy Sandy Balcomb Julian High School Cross Country has had a busy 3 weeks. After a successful race day on August 27th, the team took a week to focus on training looking to race the following two weekends. Saturday September 10th took the team to Kit Carson Park for the Bronco Round Up 2 mile race. 12 athlete’s competed and all walked away with personal bests. Varsity girl’s top finisher for Julian was Lakota Booth who ran more than 30 seconds faster than her best time on this course followed by Esme Killiane, Juliania Riccio and Chelsea Vickers. Freshman Maya Moniz ran to an exciting 2nd place finish among 66 competitors and a Julian high school course record of 14:01. Not far behind was freshman Calea Cruz with 10th place in 14:43 and Cheyenne Booth finishing strong in 36th. Varsity runner Ethan Elisara ran to a 7th place finish among 108 and an impressive personal record of 10:46 shedding 23 seconds off last year’s time. Sophomore Nikolas Carneiro finished in 73rd and took off 70 seconds from last year’s race time. Ryan Lay ran in the boys JV race and freshman Dusty Flacks 7th place in 11:56 was good for a medal as well as Nat Copeland’s 31st place finish in 13:18. This race shows that we are stronger at this point of the season than we were last ; our goal is to get stronger and stay injury free for San Diego Section finals in November. Our next race was on Saturday September 17th held at Morley field in Balboa Park. The Mt Carmel/Movin Shoes Invitational is broke up into two divisions and by grade level, the boys race a 2.95 course and the girls 2.75. Freshman Maya Moniz was in our first race of the day, she is proving to be a strong competitor; she went out in the top 30 positions, holding her own throughout the race. She finished in 26th of 141 freshman girls from CA, NV and AZ. The boy’s freshman race went out fast with Dusty Flack maintaining his position throughout the course of the race. He finished in 10th of 207 in a time of 18:25, Freshman Nat Copland finished next walking away with a new found respect for the course at Morley Field. Nikolas Carneiro was our first sophomore to cross the line followed by Ryan Lay. Our 4 Junior girls were led by Lakota Booth who ran 56 seconds faster than her previous time on this course making this her third personal record run this season. Next to finish were Esme Killiane, Juliana Riccio and Chelsea Vickers who shed 72 seconds off her best 2.75 race time. We will be heading to the South Bay Invitational at Rohr Park in Chula Vista next Friday and have our first League competition on Friday October 7th at the Ramona Community Park. more photos, pages 10 & 12
Booster Club Golf Tournament Saturday The Julian High Booster Club will hold it’s first ever Golf Tournament this Saturday at the Warner Springs Resort. The boosters have organized a scramble event with 4-somes competing in team best ball. A golf scramble is a format for golf tournaments where two or more players form a team to play, with the rules emphasizing fun without the pressure of players keeping individual scores. Each player hits a tee shot on each hole, but everyone plays from the spot of the best shot, subject to certain criteria. Rules for playing in a scramble are informal, with tournament organizers modifying basic rules as they wish. For example, organizers may require a group to select each player’s tee shot at least twice. The scramble format is not covered under the official Rules of Golf. How to play 1. Each member of the team tees off from the starting hole. In a scramble tournament, the team’s opening hole could be any hole on an 18-hole course, depending on the assignment by tournament organizers. Players can tee off with the golf club of their choosing—not necessarily a driver. 2. The best tee shot is chosen through general consensus of the scramble team. The group can decide the best tee shot based on any criteria they choose. Usually, the best shot is the longest drive that lands in the fairway, though the team may choose a long tee shot that landed off the fairway in the rough if there is a decent lie. 3. The spot of the best tee shot is marked with a golf tee or ball marker. Players must pick up their golf balls and hit from within one club length of the newly marked spot. 4. Team members continue selecting the best shot until one player hits the ball in the hole. The team score is the total of the best shots. The booster club has also wrangled some great prizes, including a Taylor guitar for every golfer, and prizes donated by: Candied Apple California Bakery, Lake Cuyamaca Restaurant, Romano’s Restaurant, Eagle’s Nest Winery and Cottage, Volcan Mountain, Winery Menghini Winery, Nickel Beer, Jeremy’s On The Hill, Julian Cafe, Julian Grille, Romano’s Restaurant Mr. Manitas, Culinary Basket/Chef Mary Trimmins, The Birdwatcher Sky Sailing, Inc., Julian Fitness Center, Julian Imports, Integrity Stables, Mountain Gypsy, Beauty Counter/Tanya Pittman, San D Bowl tickets (2/Holiday Bowl, 4 Poinsettia Bowl), Butterfield B&B, Julian Gold Rush Hotel, Best Western/Island Palms/ Shelter Island Kona Kai Resort/ Shelter Island, Case Zel Zorro/ Borrego, The Melodrama, The Golf Mart. Miss Julian and the JHS Cheer squad will be there to assist golfers and some celebrities have agreed to participate. There are still slots available for interested golfers(and duffers) and teams, be at the Warner Springs Resort Saturday Morning to participate in the first ever Eagles Booster Club Tournament. Registration is from 8:30 to 10amSee page 5 for a sign up form.
JULIAN APPLE DAYS FESTIVAL
Friday, August 26 W 60-0 @ Warner HS Friday, September 2 L 0 - 40 Home vs Avalon Friday, September 9 L 6 - 26 Home vs Foothills Christian Thurs., September 15 L 22 - 34 Home vs San Diego Jewish Academy Friday, September 23 3:00 Home vs Calvary Christian Friday, October 7 3:00 Homecoming vs West Shores Friday, October 14 7:00 @Borrego Springs Friday, October 21 7:00 @ St Joseph Academy (Connors Park, San Marcos) Friday, November 4 TBA Home vs Ocean View Christian
Saturday, August 27 √ @ Vaquerro Stampede Saturday, September 10 tba @ Bronco Round-up Saturday, September 17 tba @ Mt. Carmel/ Movin Shoes Invitational Friday, September 23 tba @ South Bay Invitational Friday, September 30 tba @ Coach Downey Classic Friday, October 7 tba Citrus League #1 Friday, October 14 tba Citrus League #2 Friday, October 21 tba 69th Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational Friday, October 28 tba Citrus League #3
Tuesday, August 23 L 0-3 @ Ocean View Christian Tuesday, August 30 L 0-3 Home - Borrego Springs Friday, September 16 3:30 @ West Shores Wednesday, September 19 4:00 Home - Ocean View Christian Wednesday, September 21 4:00 Home - West Shores Friday, September 23 tba @Borrego Springs Wednesday, September 28 4:00 Home - San Pasqual Academy Friday, September 30 tba @ St Joseph Academy tba Tuesday, October 4 tba @ Warner HS Wednesday, October 12 4:00 Home - Escondido Adventist Academy
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To The Editor; An event occurred during the afternoon of Wednesday, September 14, that left myself and many others in attendance, aghast. As some of you may be aware the ongoing field renovations taking place at Jess Martin Park has created a situation in which the high school football field is now being shared during the week by both the football team and the local youth soccer teams for their respective practices. Practice for the U-10 team (under 10 years of age) typically begins around 4:30pm with many kids and their parents arriving a few minutes early as a form of punctuality. My slightly tardy daughter Naia and I were just arriving to the field (tardiness runs on my side of the family). The kids normally practice in the far corner of the field near the end zone leaving the remainder of the field to be utilized by the football team. At approximately 4:15pm members of the U-10 team, the Blue Pumas, commenced an early warm-up ahead of the arrival of their coaches. Due to the limited area in which to practice, the children had accidentally migrated from the grass onto the rubberized track that encircles the field. In other words, not in the field of play of the football team. A strong verbal reprimand was issued to the children by the football coaching staff to remain off the track while wearing "cleats". Apparently there is some tacit, un-posted school rule about soccer kids and cleats. The children retreated to their practice zone only to find themselves in violation of this unwritten rule a second time. What happened next from head football coach Munson as witnessed by those in attendance (parents, players, assistants) could only be described as tyrannical. The children (perpetrators) were verbally abused by head coach Munson to such a degree as to invoke response from parents in attendance in defense of their kids. The outburst and verbal assault by coach Munson was reminiscent of something Bobby Knight might have done - except these were children and not chairs (and even coach Knight apologized to the chair later). Coach Munson's attack on small children was a classic example of a bully, the kind these same kids are instructed not to be upon their enrollment into elementary school. Bully's have histories. Bully's have no place as mentors. No educator, no coach should ever act this way towards children, especially those he may one day find himself coaching, teaching. To add insult to verbal assault, at the end of practice coach Munson lead his "cleated" troops off the field and over the same track - a process they repeat
twice each practice. Hypocrisy is a wonderful thing coach Munson. As a math teacher you might want to have your high school students calculate the pounds per square inch of force applied by a 60lb child in cleats and see if it is more than, less than, or equal to that of any member on your football team. Class is something you either have or do not. Coach White had that and more. Last year I attended a practice with my then 10 year old son, Micah. Not wanting to disrupt practice we found a spot on the visitors bench to watch the team prepare for an up-coming game. Within moments of our arrival coach White waved to Micah and gestured for him to come on the field to watch, to learn. That was a gesture I have not seen in any coach - to place fans, especially young fans, in high esteem. That is class. You are 3/5's of the way to "class" coach Munson, you should ask coach White where you can find the "cl". Jeff Straus
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The Julian Chamber of Commerce is looking for candidates to run for Board Directors in the coming elections held in November 2016. One needs only to be a member of the Julian Chamber of Commerce and should be willing to serve their community. If you are interested in being a candidate for a Board Director please contact the Julian Chamber of Commerce office by e-mail: djdave@ davesmusicalentertainment. com or call the Chamber office at 760-765-1857. Ballots will go out in October so don’t delay!
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Ensign Jose Velasquez 1717 - 1785
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Ensign Velasquez, renowned explorer of California, even our local mountains and desert, passed away on November 2, 1785 at San Gabriel Mission after a long and distinguished military career. He was second in command at San Diego Presidio. The cause of death was blood poisoning resulting from a hand injury while pursuing a deserter. Velasquez, who signed as Joseph, achieved national renown after the discovery of the land route to Monterey, later called the Camino Real of California. To inform the king and viceroy, he rode south to San Diego in the heat of summer starting June 14, 1770, taking notes on oil seeps, watercourses and 68 Indian villages along the trail, as well as Sequoia timber resources. He covered it in ten days, about 40 miles a day. It was a remarkable speed in hellish conditions. The average village had about 100 persons, many along Santa Barbara Channel. He arrived at Todos Santos August 2, 1770, and prepared his trip report. The rest of his journey to San Blas by sea and to the viceroy's office in Mexico City by land was on routes already established. These therefore required no report. There was jubilation in the capital about the news of discovery in the distant "provincia." Bells were rung in the cathedral tower at the great square called "el zocalo." Anyone who has tried to sleep late in a hotel facing that square will know that those heavy bells could have been heard throughout the whole city. The road from the west to the square is not so changed that we cannot imagine him riding to the palace to present his report. Except right now there is a huge tent in the square called "Digital Village." In following years he mapped a number of proposed mission sites, identifying natural resources. He also served in local Indian wars with distinction, but he preferred diplomacy and gifts to force of arms. On May 30, 1783, Velasquez set out with a detachment of presidio soldiers to scout a shorter supply route between San Diego and the Yuma missions and river crossings. He did not find any trail better than the old one through Oriflamme Canyon and present Cuyamaca Park, but he did map the Sweetwater River and the Indian trail from the place still called Las Chollas through Madera (Descanso ), El Registro (Laguna), and the Indian village of Cuyamaca near the present lake. It was Velasquez who officially proclaimed Pere (Pedro) Fages to be the new territorial governor of California at San Sebastian near present Salton Sea. With their troops, both men then rode west past Vallecito on an Indian trail which became our Route S2. Horse thieves among the Indians provoked a skirmish at Troutman Mountain, just before the first zigzag ascent. The chief, hurling down long darts with a throwing stick, shouted defiantly to the soldiers, "I do not know how to die." Killing him resolved the problem. The usually unprovocative Velasquez could be forceful when necessary. Climbing the Oriflamme trail to Cuyamaca, the men were treated by Indians to delicious pit roasted agave heart. Velasquez kept at hand beads and seed packets, much appreciated by Indians. He conferred also with the natives at Cuyamaca. At his death, Ensign Velasquez was a widower with three daughters. His military career spanned 33 challenging years in both Californias. His service enabled the settlement of a dangerous land. This brave and hardy soldier will be well remembered, and his trails forever followed.
self portrait with friends hot July, pastel At Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, October 8 through November 13, 2016 will be a one person show, Suspect Terrain: Paintings from Southern California and the Eastern Sierra. The exhibit will feature the work (mainly oil with some watercolor and charcoal) of contemporary California painter Jane Culp. Opening Reception for Suspect Terrain is Saturday, October 8, 4 - 7 pm. Admission is free. The public is invited. Jane Culp is an artist who paints the wilderness. She is known throughout the country for her evocative on-site western landscapes in oil, charcoal, and watercolor. In this exhibit at Santa Ysabel Art Gallery, Culp will show pieces painted in the Southern California low and high desert, and work that she has done as a Resident Artist in and around Joshua Tree and Yosemite National Parks. One of the Yosemite Park paintings in this exhibit was included in the Yosemite section (in a chapter featuring Culp) of the book Art in the National Parks, published in 2013 by Fresco Fine Arts. Jane Culp has had solo shows at the Bowery Gallery and at The Painting Center in New York City, in addition to a recent exhibit at John Davis Gallery in Hudson, New York. The Palm Springs Art Museum exhibited her work as part of a desert thematic show several years ago. Culp is a rock person. Rocks , cliffs, mountains, and boulders are her main subject matter. She lives and has her studio in Anza, California, home of some very fine and paintable rocks, cliffs, and boulders. She became familiar with this rugged high desert area during a several decades long involvement as a painter with the Dorland Mountain Arts Colony, a nearby artist’s retreat. In 2004 Dorland, as she knew it, burned to the ground and moved Culp to purchase land in Anza, building a studio to work in, and then a straw bale cabin to live in. She says “The Anza land looked like a national park in its sheer beauty and Dorland had been my landscape painting refuge for nearly 20 years.” (A hopeful note about Dorland. It has been rebuilding since that 2004 fire and is accepting creatives as resident artists again.) Jane Culp also lives part of the time in Borrego Springs. “I am overwhelmed with the feelings of awe and amazement for the western desert landscape”, Jane Culp says, “where raw sculpted earth is pounded with intense unforgiving daylight, and where immense spaces attach to an ever present horizon line of sight which sports caricatures of stubby balancing vegetation. An infinite black bowl of starry night offers an antidote to this tortured taught skin of landscape.” The exhibit Suspect Terrain takes its name from a 1983 John McPhee book titled In Suspect Terrain. The implication being, Culp says, “is that nature is always more than it seems, it is suspect in that it requires detective work to see the particular story about how it is made, and that the unbelievable can be physically actual”. Painting on-site is not easy. Nature does not always sit quietly for her portraits. Wall Street Journal arts writer Lance Esplund wrote this in July, 2010 in regard to a then current show of Jane Culp’s called Wilderness Work at the Bowery Gallery: “’When working outside in the desert, with its overpowering winds and relentless sun’, the landscape painter writes, ‘I strap my easel to my legs…. When I work in watercolor, it is held to the ground with either my knees or my feet’. Yet despite her struggle with the elements, Ms. Culp arrives in these expressive oils, charcoals and watercolors at a place of structural clarity and composure – while making palpable the rush she feels interacting with nature. Her pictures’ restless skies and stepped sharply carved mountain peaks retain the vastness, monumentality and naturalism of their subjects. Yet ultimately she is painting not the landscape but the thrill of engagement.”
Crab Claw Ridge Borrego Badlands Note: There is an excellent interview with Jane Culp by San Diego blogger and painter Larry Groﬀ posted on his blog Painting Perceptions, dated August 28, 2015. Santa Ysabel Art Gallery is located at 30352 Highway 78 at Highway 79 in Santa Ysabel, seven miles below Julian. Admission to the gallery is free. Gallery hours are Thursday through Monday, 11AM - 5 PM, and by appointment. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information call the galery at 760.765.1676.
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HoJo, The Hills Brothers And Jon Hasz At Wynola Friday
Wednesday, September 21 Digital Media Learn how to use downloadable books - sign up required Julian Library, 12:30pm Saturday, September 24 Eagles Booster Club Golf Tournament Warner Springs Ranch and Resort - registration/sign-in 8:30-10:30 Saturday, September 24 Dark Sky Forum Doug Sollosy from Curiosity Peak and Eric Jones from VMF host a Dark Sky community forum. Julian Library - 1pm
Harry Joe Reynolds and the ever evolving “Hills Brothers” will be knocking out the tunes Friday night in the Red Barn at Wynola Pizza. Special guest will be Jon Hasz (from Ramona Music Center) and the usual band of brothers Mike Craig on bass, Lenny Bole with banjo and dobro. If you’re a fan of Country, Folk-Rock, Blues, Old time standards there’s something for everyone’s taste. The boys can cover it all, and have been know to do a 30 second rehearsal before knocking out a seemingly unfamiliar request, with spot on fl air, if not accuracy. Come on out to Wynola Friday from six to nine and enjoy dinner and a show... it’s sure to be entertaining and the foods darn good too!
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• On Sept. 22, 1598, famed playwright Ben Jonson is indicted for manslaughter after a duel. His ability to read and write saved him, and he claimed "benefit of clergy," which allowed him to be sentenced by the lenient ecclesiastical courts. • On Sept. 25, 1789, the first Congress of the United States approves 12 (of an original 17) amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Only 10, known as the Bill of Rights, were initially ratified by the states. • On Sept. 21, 1866, H.G. Wells, pioneer of science fiction, is born in Bromley, England. Wells worked as a draper's apprentice and bookkeeper before becoming a freelance writer. In 1895, he published "The Time Machine," about a man who journeys to the future. • On Sept. 24, 1890, faced with the eminent destruction of their church and way of life, Mormon leaders reluctantly
issue the "Mormon Manifesto" in which they command all Latterday Saints to uphold the antipolygamy laws of the nation. • On Sept. 23, 1933, American Standard Oil geologists land in Saudi Arabia and begin their search for oil. The next year the Arabian American Oil Company (a joint venture with the Saudi government) exported its first tanker-load of petroleum. In 1980 the Saudis won control of the company. • On Sept. 19, 1959, in one of the Cold War's more surreal moments, Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev enjoys lunch with Frank Sinatra and photo ops with Shirley MacLaine, and then explodes with childish anger when he learns that he cannot visit Disneyland. Authorities feared that the crowds would pose a safety hazard. • On Sept. 20, 1973, in a highly publicized "Battle of the Sexes" tennis match, top women's player Billie Jean King, 30, beats 55-year-old Bobby Riggs, former No. 1 ranked men's player, 6-4, 6-3, 6-3. Riggs had boasted that women were inferior. © 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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The Cats(more than one) Life
This week, experiencing some serious writers block I decided to interview the house cats for their comments to be included in the column. As with other things, they were of little help!
The very idea. I'm shocked. SHOCKED!
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In addition to the phonograph, Thomas Edison gets credit for inventing wax paper and an electric railway car.
Recently we’ve been given jars of pimentos. Pimentos are those reddish orange things that are stuffed into the holes of green olives. When raw, they look like chubby peppers. When they are sold in jars at the grocery stores, they have been processed. Pimentos are colorful and they add a bit of flavor and texture to food. I looked for information about pimentos on www.thekitchen.com and here is what I found out. Pimento peppers, are red, heart-shaped sweet peppers that are about 2 to 3 inches wide and 3 to 4 inches long. They are barely spicy, very mild and sweet in flavor. Fresh pimentos are harvested late summer to early fall, and most of the harvest is canned or bottled. Also known as Pimientos, they can add a sweet pepper flavor to your dishes quite similar to roasted red bell peppers. Even if you think you've never had pimientos before, you probably have — dried pimentos are ground into the common spice paprika. What else can we do with pimentos? Our Feeding America driver swears that potato salad isn’t complete without pimentos and they look really good when chopped and added to nacho cheese. I found lots of recipes on the internet for pimento cheese spread. Searching through BING, I found video tutorials. Searching through GOOGLE, I found recipes that I could copy. Robin Miller has a show called Quick Fix Meals with Robin Miller. Her recipe for Green Beans with Pimentos takes about 5 minutes of prep time and about 10 minutes of cooking time. Here is her recipe for: Green beans with Pimentos Ingredients 2 teaspoons olive oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 cups fresh or frozen green beans 1 (4-ounce) jar diced pimentos 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 tablespoon water Directions Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add garlic and cook 1 minute. Add green beans and pimento and cook 2 minutes. Add vinegar and water, cover and steam 3 to 5 minutes, until green beans are crisp-tender. Season, to taste, with salt and pepper. 2006, Robin Miller, All Rights Reserved www.foodnetwork.com Here is a Pimento Cheese recipe from Ree, The Pioneer Woman, with suggestions for things that can be added to change the flavor. She loves Pimento Cheese and this is why she has come up with so many ways to change it up. This recipe is easy and takes about 15 minutes to make. As a snack or dip, it serves about 12 people. Here’s how to make the pimento cheese The recipe calls for sharp cheddar cheese and Monterey Jack or Mozzarella. However, it’s really good with a Gouda cheese and with other cheeses as well. You can add whatever you think will add a good flavor. Have fun adding sliced green onions chopped black or green olives, crispy bacon crumbles or sundried tomatoes. Add them separately or together, depending on how adventurous you feel. What to do with your pimento cheese spread? Use your imagination. The possibilities are endless. Eat it as a snack, spread on crackers or smear it in small, hollowedout peppers, or make little tea sandwiches with it or you can also spread it between two slices of bread and turn it into a grilled cheese sandwich. If you are not an experienced cook, enjoy sharing your creation with some friends and then write down the changes all of you recommend. Ingredients: 4 ounces cream cheese, Softened 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1 Tablespoon Dijon mustard (or more to taste) 1 Tablespoon Adobo sauce from canned chipotles (or more To Taste) 1/2 teaspoon black pepper (or less to taste) 8 ounces, cold Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Grated 8 ounces, cold Monterey Jack Or Mozzarella cheese, grated 4 ounces, sliced pimentos, drained 2 teaspoons chopped fresh dill Instructions Combine cream cheese, mayonnaise, Dijon, adobo, and black pepper in the bowl of an electric mixer. Mix it until totally combined (if you have a few lumps from the cream cheese, no problem; you won't see them later!) Add the cheddar and Monterey jack and mix gently until combined. Use a rubber spatula to scrape the bowl and make sure all the ingredients are mixed together. Stir in the pimentos and dill. Taste and mix in more of whatever you think it needs. Add more cheese if you like the pimento cheese to be less creamy; add less if you like it to be more creamy. Refrigerate pimento cheese for at least 2 hours before serving. Serve with crackers, small hollowed-out peppers, carrot and celery sticks, and olives. (Or make small sandwiches or even a grilled cheese with it!) Look for thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/ pimento-cheese. I guess that pimentos are an acquired taste. I remember seeing pimento loaf next to the packages of bologna in the deli case at our local grocery store many years ago. As a child I thought pimento loaf had a weird taste that I didn’t like. However, my tastes have changed, or maybe improved. Writing these pimento recipes down is making me hungry. These are my thoughts *** Who is rich? He who rejoices in his portion. — The Talmud ***
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Chef’s Corner Fall in Love With Brussels Sprouts Brussels sprouts have gotten a bad name lately, but they were very popular during the 16th century in the southern Netherlands and Northern Europe. They may have been grown in Belgium as early as 1200, and are named for Brussels, the country’s capital. These tiny members of the cabbage and mustard family also have cancer-fighting phytochemicals, are high in vitamin C and are a good source of folate, vitamin A and potassium. Since Brussels sprouts are so good for you, why do so many people despise them? In a poll by the Web site Slashfood.com, more than 78,000 readers weighed in on the foods they hate. Brussels sprouts finished No. 8 on the list of most hated foods. The comments section overflowed with horror stories about being forced to eat the vegetable as a child. Something I noticed about the readers’ comments was that they
ate Brussels sprouts that were muddy colored, overcooked and smelled bad. When Brussels sprouts are properly selected, stored and cooked, they have a bright color, crisp texture and delicious flavor. When selecting the vegetable, look for small, young, vibrant green, tightly compacted sprouts. Brussels sprouts are delicious boiled or steamed until tender but still slightly crisp, or roasted to bring out their natural sugars. Use sprouts that are all about the same size to ensure they will cook quickly and evenly. As a rule, Brussels sprouts cook in about 6 to 7 minutes. Be careful not to overcook Brussels sprouts because they will release sinigrin, a natural gas with a sulfur-like smell. This recipe for Hashed Brussels Sprouts is flavorful and delicious.
The quick cooking time and the addition of garlic, onion and mustard complement the sprouts and showcase its flavors in a unique way. Try it and you’re sure to become a Brussels sprouts lover, too! HASHED BRUSSELS SPROUTS 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice, plus 1 tablespoon grated lemon zest 1 pound Brussels sprouts 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons butter 1/2 medium purple onion, minced 1 garlic clove, minced 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons vegetable broth or low-sodium chicken broth 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1/2 teaspoon honey or sugar continued on page 14
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Volume 5 - Issue 2 September 21, 2016 Page 1 Mrs. Wylie, Advisor
Ethan Ellisara, Student Editor
Back Into The Swing Of Things
by Lizzie Newgard
The set up crew admiring their work
Lions Top Eagles, In The Air And On The Ground Almost 3,000 ﬂags grace the front lawn of Julian High School in the early morning hours to remember 9/11. Photo by: Juliana Riccio
Junior, Nyemetay Linton halls in a pass for an Eagles score
by Raye Smothers
Silence. Everything was so silent, you could hear the leaves blowing across the quad as our high school history teacher Mr. Munson spoke proudly, explaining why our school honors the memorial of 9/11 every year. Veterans, firemen, Julian High School staff, and students (second through twelfth grade), stood in utter awe at the words of wisdom spoken. You could feel the inspiration and patriotism rising through the air more and more as Mr. Munson elaborated. We were reminded to remember those who had sacrificed themselves to protect the rest of our country on that unexpected day. A day to remember. A select number of students made a decision to wake up at the crack of dawn to set up almost 3,000 flags to represent those who were not able to stand with us. I, Raye Smothers, was one of them. It was the teamwork and passion that brought the Julian students together. Located on the grass, in front of the high school campus, the flags were placed in the ground in the form of an American flag with a pole attached on the side, and next to it “9/11.” America celebrated the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 tragedy last Sunday and still holds the same heartache they felt in the year 2001 when it actually happened. A tragedy besieged our nation on September 9th, 2001 that made us all shake. The shock turned into anger, and dangerous emotions mixed throughout America. It was an “act of war.” Not just America was hurt, but all of its neighbors. Since the attack, most of us have been living in fear for the next outbreak to happen. Keeping our heads up and staying strong, America has, and will stay, The New World.
After two months of doing nothing but sleeping and eating CheezIts, coming back to school in full throttle was a bit of a personal challenge. It’s surely a challenge for everyone; it’s not easy to get accustomed to being on such a set schedule for months on end. Freshmen are new to the whole high school experience, many sophomores are taking on a more rigorous workload that’s new territory to them, juniors are staring at the mountain of work ready to cave in on them, and seniors are often times struggling with the question of “what am I going to do with my life?” Each grade has its own set of challenges that exhaust the student, but here’s some simple tips for making some things a bit more manageable. Start a planner. Planners are great ways to keep a busy student from forgetting every little thing (if utilized properly). Sticking sticky notes and highlighting important deadlines can help keep you from spacing out on an important project due date. It seems like a pain, but can really come in handy when you need to keep the deadlines for several scholarships in order. It’s not necessarily about working harder to get things done, it’s working smarter. Another good way to get things done is rewarding yourself. Need to get a big paper done, but also have zero motivation? Tell yourself that if you can get it done, you’ll let yourself indulge in that cake you really shouldn’t eat but want to so badly. School shouldn’t be all work and no play, there should be a balance. It’s common to get worn out if you only let yourself do your homework and obligations, and then everything starts to go downhill from there. Something more important for seniors in particular is planning to apply to colleges College applications are scary, and it’s easy to push them back to the last possible week to turn them in . Researching colleges and looking into majors for something you are interested in, however, can help point you in the direction of where you should apply to. Look at colleges and their opportunities, find one that fits you and your interests (no one else’s, despite what you might be “good” at). Take SAT’s and ACT’s as early as possible, set up study groups and carpool with each other to help each other take on the daunting tests looming over your head. Participate in community service and talk to graduates you know as well as talk to the school counselor about questions. Most importantly, let’s remember to have fun and participate in school activities like dances and fundraisers. Despite budget cuts, we’re still a school full of spirit and opportunity. No matter what your grade is, your school experience is what you make it. Dear YMCA, On behalf of the student body of Julian High, we want to thank you very much for graciously letting us use your facility for our annual school retreat. This year’s retreat was one of the most successful in recent memory, and that is largely because of the awesome generosity of your staff in allowing us to use Camp Marston. The group activities, from rock climbing, swimming, archery, soccer, basketball, and everything else, made this retreat a wonderful, very memorable experience for all of our students and staff. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you. Sincerely, Jessica Ramos and Anthony Romano on behalf of Julian High School
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Kid from the elementary school also took part Coach Munson encouraging the Eagles to keep pushing in the fourth quarter The Eagles came up short in Thursday’s home game against San Diego Jewish Academy. After spotting the Lions a 20 - 8 halftime lead, Julian got the offense in gear and finished the game with a 34 22 loss but a lot of effort was shown in the second half. Next up for the Eagles is another home game Friday against Calvary Christian, kick off is 3 o’clock.
*** There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters. — Daniel Webster ***
Julian Union High School Reunion The Class of 1956 is hosting our 60th Class Reunion
Borrego Springs Resort and Country Club on the weekend of October 14th, 15th, 16th, 2016 We are welcoming classmates and faculty from the 40’s, 50’s & 60’s (but not limited to only those years)
Open to anyone interested in joining us for the fun & festivities – Please contact: Betty (Barling) Schmitt Phone: 951-704-5723 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Notes from Supervisor Dianne Jacob Great news: Thousands of rural property owners may see lower insurance bills thanks to San Diego County upgrades in fire protection and preparedness. A national organization that works with the insurance industry recently issued significantly improved fire protection ratings for much of the local backcountry, citing the county’s aggressive efforts to beef up services. Insurance companies use the ratings, known as ISO classifications, to help determine premiums. This is great news for property owners and their pocketbooks, and a strong vote of confidence in our long-running efforts to better protect people and property. The ratings boost could lead to lower insurance bills on about 8,600 parcels in Jamul, Campo, Pine Valley and other communities. To find out if your land has an upgraded classification, call 800-444-4554. Since the Cedar Fire in 2003, the county has invested more than $350 million on fire and emergency preparedness, including more ground and aerial assets and better equipment and firefighter training. CSI San Diego: Construction will start in Kearny Mesa this fall on a new Sheriff ’s Department crime lab. The 150,000-square-foot facility will house crime scene evidence and forensic science equipment critical to cracking cases. The lab, currently located in Clairemont, provides investigative services to more than 30 law enforcement agencies, along with Sheriff ’s deputies serving our unincorporated areas. Alpine’s award-winner: It’s only been open a few months, but the Alpine Library is already drawing praise for its design and energysaving features. It was recently named Best Green Project by Engineering NewsRecord, a statewide organization, and has been nominated for a local Orchid design award. For more District 2 news, go to www.diannejacob.com or follow me on Facebook and Twitter. If I can assist with a county issue, please call my office at 619-531-5522 or email dianne.jacob@sdcounty. ca.gov Have a great East County day!
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Not In My Job Description It was a job just like all the rest he’s had in the past few years. Once again Chad Bailey found himself far from home amid a foreign landscape with unseen creatures heard scurrying around through the trees. He had been sent to take part in a demonstration of a surveillance system that was trying to win a government contract. The location of this demonstration was on a remote military installation far away from the hustle and bustle of the normal tourist route. Out of sight and tucked quietly back into the forests sat a small fenced
compound. The compound itself had only a handful of personnel that worked in the few buildings each day. This number had more than doubled since Chad’s arrival along with loads of equipment that were hauled to this remote destination. The crew had picked a spot to operate from, but the location was off the base and further into the woods. They were warned of the dangers posed to them from the animals that inhabited the area. From spiders to wolves to bears they were instructed to be aware of their surroundings. They had again hauled the equipment from
the base and down a road that seemed to have been forgotten by time. As they drove to their destination they were forced to weave in and out of thick brush that had grown across the old path. The tall trees casted long dark shadows on the convoy. Even though it was almost midday it seemed as if night had fallen underneath the thick canopy of the pines. They had arrived at their destination later in the afternoon. Part of the equipment they were hauling were heavy tents that the crew would use as command and control stations to monitor the video received from their cameras. The cameras sat atop a tall tower which was affixed to a large trailer which allowed it to be towed and erected when emplaced. The tents were set up in a valley that was surrounded by tall mountains on all sides. One of these mountains has a small clearing at the top with an old road that lead from the mountain top down to the base camp. The tower was emplaced at the top of the mountain which was about 5 miles away and the tents were soon crammed full of monitors and computers. There was a myriad of cables that joined the two sites which relayed all the data from the tower back to the base. While the crew was finishing the site setup, Chad decided it would be a good time to shave. His beard had grown a full inch since he had first arrived on site and once they got into the swing of things there would be no time to do it later. He had forgotten his shaving kit back at the base so he pulled out his pocket knife and honed the edge with his leather belt. Once the edge was nice and sharp he held the blade to his neck and began to clean up the boarder of his beard where the hair had overgrown down his neckline. With a few quick pulls of the blade he was finished and began cleaning. Just as he was wiping his pocket knife on his jeans a crew member poked his head
by Chad Bailey
out of the tent and told Chad that the communications to the tower had been lost. Chad raised his eyes to the sky and noticed that darkness would soon descend on the camp. “I’ll take care of it” he answered.
stepping on a snake, the only snakes that live around here are no more harmful than a night crawler”. The man looked up at Chad and then re focused his gaze back to an area five feet in front of where he was walking.
Chad decided to inspect the miles of cables that ran through the forest up to the tower. He instructed his second in command to accompany him on the trek. Chad threw his heavy Carhart jacket on over his broad shoulders and zipped it up. The two men made their way along the line of cables. The two men carefully inspected the cables for any sign of damage. Chad glanced back at his accomplice and noticed that he continuously walked with his head down. “Keep your head up, and watch where you’re going” Chad told him. Then Chad remembered that the man was deathly afraid of snakes. “Don’t worry about
“Suit yourself, but don’t come crying to me when you impale yourself on a tree branch”. The two men kept walking until they came to a clearing in the trees. In this area the line of cables paralleled the road that led up to the tower. Chad kept inspecting the lines for sign of damage He was now ahead of his partner by a few hundred feet. After a few more minutes he saw where the main fiber cable had been torn. Chad stopped to inspect the damage. He picked up one of the frayed ends of the cable and looked at it for a second. The line had been shredded apart by something. At first Chad suspected that one of the trucks
making its way up to the tower had mistakenly driven over it, but that was unlikely due to the fact that the cable was well off to the side of the road. Then he felt the ends of the cable with his hands, “bears” he whispered to himself. Chad moved his gaze up to a spot further up the road. Just then a small black bear came stumbling out of the trees, stopped and looked straight at him. Chad stoically rose to his feet and turned to find his partner still walking with his head down heading towards him. Chad calmly side stepped the man as he walked by and wrapped his left arm around the man’s shoulders and placed his right hand around his mouth. “Sshhh...” he whispered. He uncovered the man’s mouth and pointed to the small cub positioned in the middle of the road. Chad felt the man’s body start to tense up so he wisely placed his hand back over his mouth and tightened up his grip on his torso. “Be quiet and don’t move” Chad said firmly. Just then the mother bear came out of the woods to meet her cub, she turned and looked to see what her cub was so interested in. When she noticed the two men standing 100 feet from her she roared loudly and stood up on her hind legs. Chad released the man and told him to slowly walk back to camp. Chad turned to face the momma bear and pulled his pocket knife out and unfolded it. “I’ll give her one chance” he thought, as he slowly backed away from the bears. The Momma bear got down on all fours and began to walk towards him. The people that were situated at the tower could see what was going on. They began yelling “Bear! Bear!” He couldn’t believe that grown adults could be so dumb as to shout and possibly startle a bear when it was so close to a person. He motioned with his hands for them to be quite, which they seemed to understand because the clamor soon fell silent. Chad knew that if
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Q: I purchased a round tin container at a farm auction several years ago and wonder about its original purpose. It was sold with kitchen items. The lid is stamped with images of wheat and appears to be quite old. What do you think? -- Audrey, Victorville, California A: This is just a guess, but I suspect you have a biscuit or cookie box. During the Victorian era -- especially in farm houses -- there were often rodents, and tin containers were used to keep baked goods fresh and prevent the contents from being contaminated by pests, including both mice and insects. I make this assumption since it was sold at a farm auction with kitchen items. *** Q: I have about 75 pieces of sheet music from the World War II-era. My aunt used to sing with the Perry Como and Lawrence Welk orchestras, and the music is part of her collection. -- Sandra, Port Orange, Florida A: Most sheet music from the 1940s seems to be priced in the $2 to $5 range, but there are always exceptions. For example, sheet music featuring film personalities such as Betty Grable, Alice Faye and Frank Sinatra are popular with collectors. As you might imagine, prices vary. Early pieces of ragtime, Black Americana and jazz compositions are among the most valuable. Wayland Bunnell is a sheet music expert and appraiser. Contact is c/o Clean Sheets, 199 Tarrytown Rd., Manchester, New Hampshire 03103. *** Q: I have a Smith Corona Super Sterling typewriter that is about 30 years old. Where can I find a ribbon for it? -- Earl, Livington, Tennessee A: Bill Wahl is the owner of Mesa Typewriter Exchange, and he specializes in obsolete and difficult to find ribbons for older typewriters. His company has been in business since 1949, and I am certain he can help you. Contact Wahl at 30 South Macdonald, Mesa, AZ 85210; M esaTypewr iter E xc hange @ yahoo.com; and 480-964-3603. *** Q: I have a small collection of about a dozen cigarette lighters from the 1940s and '50s. Is there a club for collectors? -- Barbara, Irving, Texas A: One of the better groups is "On the Lighter Side," www.otls. com. ***
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Religion In The News This is the 200th Religion in the News/Ask Pastor Rick article for the Julian News. Thanks, Michael Hart, for publishing the articles. And thank you, Readers, for the many kind words, and challenges, that I’ve received about what has been printed. I’d also like to thank you for your thoughtful questions. Keep them coming! -Rick
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solution page 14 NPR‘s Barbara J. King slammed this as being supportive of an unscientific and outdated view of how the world began. King believes that this theme park will only reinforce outdated and scientifically invalid myths in the minds of the children who will be visiting the park. The website shouts out a call-toaction to parents and teachers everywhere to recognize the reality and to do their best to stop such “myths” from getting hold of their children. King believes that non-creationist adults should do their best to root out the creation story by opposing NBC’s news story and by questioning politicians about this issue. Source: The New York Times, summarized by Pastor Rick
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Does the Bible claim to be inerrant?
The Bible does not claim to be inerrant, however it does claim to be true. “The entirety of Your word is truth, and every one of Your righteous judgments endures forever” (Psalm 119:160, NKJV). After years of Bible College, Seminary, and many hours studying about “inerrancy,” I’ve simply come to take the Bible just as it claims to be — the Inspired Word of God, leaving God to take care of His own Book, as He has done throughout the ages. If those who focus on what they see as errors in Scripture, instead would cling to the Bible and obey its truthful teachings, their criticisms in regard to its validity would come to an end, and none would be lost. Rick Hill is the Senior Pastor at Hillside Church on 3rd and C Streets
in Julian, CA. Direct all questions and correspondence to: hccpastorrick@ gmail.com or Hillside Church, Religion In The News, Box 973, Julian, CA, 92036. (Opinions in this column do not necessarily express the views of Julian News, its editor, or employees.)
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Our country’s right to free speech is marvelous when you consider that in the late 18th century, that right did not exist anywhere in the world. What was revolutionary was that the American citizen was protected against the “government” for voicing unpopular opinion. This has certainly been challenged many times. As early as the Adams’ presidency with the passage of the alien and sedition acts the government has been beaten back from usurping our first right enumerated by the Constitution time and time again. Constant vigilance is required though so that our basic rights as a free citizenry are not usurped by creeping federalism, state and local laws and the “tyranny of the masses.” As loathsome as burning the American flag as a protest is to the vast majority of Americans, it has been upheld time and time again by the Supreme Court as a Constitutional right. It is a form of speech and is protected as all unpopular speech needs to be. YOU, don’t have to like it though and you have every right to exercise your condemnation through social media, protest by voicing and acting out your discontent through community and economic protest. That is protected as well. Not all speech is protected though. In 1919 in the case of Schenck v. U.S. the Supreme
Court ruled against Schenk who actively distributed literature and urged men not to enter the draft or the war. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. argued “this abridgment of free speech was permissible because it presented a ‘clear and present danger’ to the government's recruitment efforts for the war.” In his famous analogy he likened Schenk’s action to "falsely shouting fire in a crowded theater.” Of course the government went on a tear prosecuting people under the Sedition statutes causing Holmes to later become more of an advocate for free speech. It wasn’t until 1969 in the case of Brandenburg v. Ohio when the limits of banned speech were confined to “that which would be directed to and likely to incite imminent lawless action.” Libel, according to Webster’s is the act of publishing a false statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone. Slander, is to make a false spoken statement that causes people to have a bad opinion of someone. Libel and slander are not protected free speech and indeed the courts have assessed huge monetary damages for these torts. But lo I digress because the hot topic at hand is the case of Colin Kaepernick an NFL quarterback. As most of you are aware, Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49ers has refused to stand at the traditional playing of the national anthem before football games. To say that he has a national audience for his protest is an understatement. His explanation, "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color. To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way.” He added that “he would continue to protest until he feels like the American flag represents what it’s supposed to represent.” And the judge of that would be... who? Colin Kaepernick is of mixed race, a white mother and black
father, adopted by white parents, raised in a middle class family and went to college on an athletic scholarship. He is exercising his first amendment right by not standing. His right is guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. The “first: amendment states that; Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. I will also exercise my constitutional right because I think Colin Kaepernick is a jerk. I think he is a spoiled rotten, scholarship baby who has grown up in the lap of middle class American luxury and hasn’t the faintest idea of the struggle and sacrifice that real black, white, brown, red and yellow American heroes and martyrs have made in the struggle for equality among the races, or their fight against tyranny and to make America in its ever striving belief “a more perfect union.” His offer of contributing a million dollars of his salary to “Black Lives Matter” rings hollow when you consider that he signed a 6 year, $114,000,000 contract with the San Francisco 49ers, including a $12,328,766 signing bonus, $61,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $19,000,000. Not including a roster bonus of $2,000,000 and a workout bonus of $400,000. We should never forget though that “free speech” created under the first amendment was created to protect unpopular and unconventional thought and speech. Hence the cry of years past that “I may not agree with your opinion, but I will fight for your right to have it” is a guiding American principal. Also don’t forget that just because you would fight for someone’s American right to free speech, you don’t have to like it and you may protest and exact
8/18/16 any “legal” penalty you see12:58 fit.PM So for the time being the 49er’s are off my watching list, my NFL paraphernalia purchases and if the NFL doesn’t get its act together, college football on Saturdays will have to satisfy my football jones for the season. It’s “my” right. Meanwhile the American flag flies from Kaepernick’s parents home in their central California neighborhood.
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The most successful breakfast benefit in the history of the Sons of the American Legion happened last Sunday at their annual benefit for the Warrior Foundation / Freedom Station of San Diego. Thanks to the Julian community who turned out to support this wonderful organization that does so much to help our returning servicemen and women.
1. In 2015, Eddie Rosario set a Minnesota Twins record for most triples by a rookie (15). Who had held the mark? 2. Who was the first third baseman elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame? 3. When was the last time before 2015 that the University of Oregon football team was not ranked in The Associated Press Top 25 poll? 4. The top two players on the NBA’s career assists list are John Stockton (15,806) and Jason Kidd (12,091). Who is No. 3? 5. When Dallas’ Jamie Benn won the Art Ross Trophy (top NHL scorer) in the 2014-15 season, it was the lowest total (87 points) by a league leader in a full season since when? 6. In 2016, bowler Anthony Simonsen (19 years, 39 days) became the youngest winner of a major championship on the PBA Tour. Who had been the youngest? 7. How many times did famed horses Affirmed and Alydar race against one another? Answers on page 14
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Election month is rapidly approaching. That’s right, “election month” because, since 2002, California voters have been freed from casting ballots in person on the official Election Day, which this year is November 8. Voting by mail begins October 10. Polls show that many voters are disenchanted with the coming election because the major candidates for president are held in such low esteem. However, whether you are a strong advocate for a candidate or are disillusioned, it would be a huge mistake to ignore the ballot measures. Besides candidates, voters must decide on 17 state propositions and hundreds of local tax and bond measures designed to dip into taxpayers’ wallets. A number of the state measures will impact taxpayers. Propositions 55 is an extension of California’s highest state income tax rate in the nation, which was sold as “temporary” when approved by voters in 2012. Proposition 56 would increase tobacco taxes to fund ongoing programs that will demand funding, even when the number of smokers declines. Proposition 53 is also important as it would expand taxpayers’ right to vote on major state bonds for megaprojects costing more than $2 billion. To help voters make informed decisions, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has created a special website, California Initiatives 2016, which has simple summaries of what the 17 initiatives will do and links to the websites of the sponsors and opponents of each measure. This helpful taxpayer tool can be found at http://cainitiatives2016. com. However, for average citizens, the real pocket gougers will appear on local ballots. These include 184 school bonds with a face value of over $25 billion. The actual cost to taxpayers of these bonds, which place a lien on property to guarantee repayment, is more than double face value after interest is included. Remember, whether or not voters think these local bonds are justified, taxpayers are entitled to good value for each hard earned
tax dollar. This determination can best be made by researching the measure as well as the school district’s record of responding to the needs of students, parents and taxpayers. A complete list of these local school construction bonds can be found at http:// www.bigbadbonds.com. Taxpayer advocate Richard Michael, who maintains a bond tracking website, reminds us that promoters of these bonds are enamored with the following words to convince you to vote yes: “21st century;” “school improvement;” “college and career ready;” “technology;” “leaking roofs;” “asbestos;” “safety systems;” “aging facilities;” etc. To this list we would add “broken toilets,” a favorite with the Los Angeles Unified School District that managed to push through 5 bonds in a period of 13 years. The almost universal use of these words is unlikely a coincidence, since so many bond backers employ the same consultants who make recommendations on how to frame arguments to increase the chances of passage. School bonds, of course are not the only tax measures that will appear on local ballots. There are other bonds, parcel taxes, sales taxes and utility user taxes to be voted on throughout California. For example, Bay Area voters are facing a $3.5 billion BART bond and Los Angeles County will decide on an additional half-cent sales tax to support the MTA that is suffering declining ridership. All of these local measures need careful scrutiny. While voters can still wait until the traditional “first Tuesday after the first Monday” in November to vote in person, if you have done your homework and want to share what you have learned with family, friends, neighbors and contacts, don’t wait. In the November 2014 election, more than 60 percent of California voters cast votes by mail. Information on how to be a smart voter will not help anyone who has already cast their ballot.
Jon Coupal is president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association — California’s largest grass-roots taxpayer organization dedicated to the protection of Proposition 13 and the advancement of taxpayers’ rights.
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An adult grasshopper is capable of leaping 10 times its length straight into the air and 20 times its length horizontally. A human with the same abilities could jump over a ﬁve-story building and clear a football ﬁeld in three leaps. Fleas have been known to make leaps up to 13 inches, about 200 times the length of their own bodies. This would be equal to a 900-foot jump by a six-foot man.
• It was Colombian novelist, short-story writer, screenwriter and journalist Gabriel Garcia Marquez who made the following sage observation: "Words are not created by academics in universities and suchlike; rather it is the man in the street who does so. Dictionary compilers almost always recognize them too late and embalm them in alphabetical order, in many cases when they have lost their original meaning." • Those who study such things say that when faced with a crisis situation, the average woman tends to remain calmer than the average man. • You might be surprised to learn that the first printing press in North America was not anywhere within the present-day boundaries of the United States. The very first one was set up in Mexico City, back in 1539. • In the Talmud, a central text of Rabbinic Judaism, sneezing is called "pleasure sent from God." • The largest single dormitory in the world is at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. With 4.8 miles of corridors and providing 33 acres of floor space, Bancroft Hall provides a home for the school's entire brigade of 4,000 midshipmen. • Many people harbor a fear of snakes (which, incidentally, is known as ophidiophobia), but venomous bites and constricting squeezes aren't the only ways a snake can kill. For instance, in the 1990s a man in Iran, while trying to capture a snake, placed the butt of his shotgun against the snake's neck behind its head. In attempting to escape, the snake wrapped the length of its body around the gun, pulling the trigger in the process -- and killing its would-be captor. • According to historians, Native Americans who lived on the Pacific coast often weaned their babies on caviar. *** Thought for the Day: "Distrust any enterprise that requires new clothes." -- Henry David Thoreau © 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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he continued his retreat the bear would likely follow him and attack when he least expected. Chad sensed that his options were becoming fewer by the second so in a last ditch effort he ripped off his shirt, stuck his barrel chest out and released a roar that king Leonidas himself would cower from. The bear could sense that the situation was coming to a boil, so once again she reared back on her hind legs and stood up. This was the opportunity Chad was waiting for. With lightning speed he darted towards the bear. The bear, not expecting this to happen, hesitated just long enough for Chad to close the distance between them. As the Bear was coming down on all fours again Chad leaped into the air and stuck his left leg out and allowed the back of his knee to impact the bear at the neckline. As his leg wrapped itself around the bear’s throat his other leg came up to secure his left foot and lock the move. Chad was now hanging upside down along the bears back. He had the bear in a Jiu-jitsu move known as a flying inverted reverse triangle choke. The move was almost impossible to pull off, but not for a man like Chad. Safely on the animals back, away from her vicious claws and with his legs locked he rose up and grabbed the head of the black beast. He slowly squirmed and wiggled, inching his legs tighter around her neck. He could hear the animal gasping for air. Almost as soon as it started it was over, the beast had run out of oxygen and was beginning to fade. As the bear slowly fell to its stomach Chad looked up to see the cub staring at him in disbelief. When the Momma bear had stopped moving chad released his vice like grip and knelt down before her cub. “Don’t worry little fella, she’ll be all right. She’s not dead just sleeping, when she wakes up you two can go about your business.” As Chad stood up to
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continue his walk back to camp, the father of the cub emerged from the trees. Chad looked the larger bear directly in the eyes. The bear looked at Chad, his cub, his mate, and back to Chad. He surely noticed that Chad was still not wearing a shirt and was undoubtedly ready to go another round. So the bear wisely made the decision that he was not quite ready to get into a fight so with that he retreated back into the woods. Now when I wrote this I was trying to impress my wife and daughters which it did but when I sent it on to my Grandfather Richard Bailey he called me right on it as perhaps being beyond belief so what was the real story? I confessed and offered the true “rest of the story” When the mama bear came out I almost wet my pants she was so close. I knew I could not outrun her or climb a tree to get
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RENTALS continued from page 11 1. Tony Olivia, who hit nine triples in 1964. 2. Jimmy Collins, in 1945. 3. It was 2009. 4. Steve Nash, with 10,335 assists. 5. Chicago’s Stan Mikita tallied 87 points in the 1967-68 season. 6. Mike Aulby was 19 years, 83 days old when he won the PBA National Championship in 1979. 7. Ten times, with Affirmed winning seven of them, including all three Triple Crown races in 1978. ® 2016 King Features Syndicate, Inc.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District Notice is hereby given that: pursuant to Section 6066 of the Government Code, the Board of Directors of the Julian Cuyamaca Fire Protection District will hold a public hearing to consider the adoption of ORDINANCE NO. 2016-2 – County Fire Code. An Ordinance Of The Julian-Cuyamaca Fire Protection District which adopts the 2016 California Fire Code and The 2015 International Fire Code with Certain Amendments, Additions, and Deletions. A copy of the Fire Code is available for viewing at the district office, located at 2645 Farmer Road, Julian, CA. The public hearing will be held at 2607 C Street Julian, CA 92036, at 10:00 AM on October 11, 2016 at which time all interested parties may be heard. Copies may also be obtained (Monday - Thurday, 8-4) at the District Office, 2645 Farmer Road, Julian, CA 92036. LEGAL: 07427 Publish: September 14, 21, 2016
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IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: ASHLEY DAUGHERTY FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: ASHLEY DAUGHERTY and on behalf of: AIDEN HENRY WILLIAM DAUGHETRY, a minor HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: AIDEN HENRY WILLIAM DAUGHETRY, a minor TO: CAMERON AIDEN DAVIS, a minor
LEGAL: 07424 Publish: August 31 and September 7, 14, 21, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-022345 A PLUS SUBS LLC 2032 Redbird Dr., San Diego, CA 91123 The business is conducted by A Limited Liability Company - A Plus Subs LLC. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 24, 2016. LEGAL: 07425 Publish: August 31 and September 7, 14, 21, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-022275 WHIPPERSNAPPERS 2102 3rd Street, Julian, CA 92036 (Mailing Address: PO Box 1691, Julian, CA 92036) The business is conducted by A Maried Couple Lisa McNatt, 2102 3rd Street, Julian, CA 92036 and James McNatt, 2102 3rd Street, Julian, CA 92036. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 23, 2016. LEGAL: 07426 Publish: August 31 and September 7, 14, 21, 2016
PETITIONER: NICOLE CAROL KARASZEWSKI HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: NICOLE CAROL KARASZEWSKI TO: NICOLE CAROL CRATER IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on OCTOBER 14, 2016 at 9:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON August 30, 2016. LEGAL: 07431 Publish: Spetember 14, 21, 28 and October 5, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-022442 MINERALSWITHVALUE.COM 7839 University #107, La Mesa, CA 91942 The business is conducted by An Individual - Brian M. Lorenz, 3189 Jamacha View Dr., El Cajon, CA 92019 . THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 24, 2016. LEGAL: 07432 Publish: September 14, 21, 28 and October 5, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-023121 VERIKILL PEST CONTROL 3034 McGraw Street , San Diego, CA 92117 The business is conducted by An Individual Richard Vail, 3034 McGraw Street , San Diego, CA 92117. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/ COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 31, 2016.
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Case Number: 37-2016-00029277-CU-PT-NC
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF: PITA D. MEAOLE II and KEIRA C. MEAOLE FOR CHANGE OF NAME PETITIONER: PITA D. MEAOLE II and KEIRA C. MEAOLE and on behalf of: ALLANAH LEA MEAOLE, a minor EVALANI TAGIILIRNA MEAOLE, a minor KHIANNA LIMALAU MEAOLE, a minor HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: a) PITA DENNIS MEAOLE b) KEIRA COLEEN MEAOLE c) ALLANAH LEA MEAOLE, a minor d) EVALANI TAGIILIRNA MEAOLE, a minor e) KHIANNA LIMALAU MEAOLE, a minor TO: a) MANASSEH KEKOA ARIEL b) KEIRA COLLEEN ARIEL c) ALLANAH KALEA ARIEL, a minor d) EVALANI TIARA ARIEL, a minor e) KHIANNA MANAIA ARIEL, a minor IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 26 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA 92081) on OCTOBER 18, 2016 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON October 18, 2016.
LEGAL: 07428 Publish: September 7, 14, 21, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-021110 US RENTAL HUB 12068 Caminito Corriente, San Diego, CA 92128 The business is conducted by A Corporation - RGF Tech, Inc. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 9, 2016. LEGAL: 07429 Publish: September 7, 14, 21, 2016
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PETITIONER: FRANCISCO HANDLEY-MUEILLO HAS FILED A PETITION FOR AN ORDER TO CHANGE NAMES FROM: FRANCISCO HANDLEY-MUEILLO TO: ERIC HANDLEY IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 46 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101) on NOVEMBER 4, 2016 at 9:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON September 12, 2016. LEGAL: 07437 Publish: Spetember 21, 28 and October 5, 12, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-021775 ACORN COMMUNITY BIRTH AND WELLNESS CENTER 577 E. Elder St., Suite H, Fallbrook, CA 92028 The business is conducted by A General Partnership - Karen Pecora, 16336 Grand Ave., Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 and Cristi Lewis, 1911 Green Canyon Rd., Fallbrook, CA 92028. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 17, 2016. LEGAL: 07438 Publish: September 14, 21, 28 and October 5, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-023199 FEED YOUR SOUL TRAVEL 825 Eugenie Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024 The business is conducted by An Individual - Vanessa DiBendetto, 825 Eugenie Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON September 1, 2016. LEGAL: 07439 Publish: September 21, 28 and October 5, 12, 2016
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-023508 TATE VINEYARD 20030 Rustic Ranch Road, Ramona, CA 92065 (Mailing Address: PO Box 2360 Ramona, CA 92065) The business is conducted by A Married Couple - Richard Tate Sr., 20030 Rustic Ranch Road, Ramona, CA 92065 and Christine Tate, 20030 Rustic Ranch Road, Ramona, CA 92065. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON September 6, 2016. LEGAL: 07440 Publish: September 21, 28 and October 5, 12, 2016
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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-021963 HALO PRODUCTION 3797 Mt. Ainsworth Ave., San Diego, CA 92111 The business is conducted by A Married Couple - Lorena Hensler 3797 Mt. Ainsworth Ave., San Diego, CA 92111, and Joseph Haensler, 3797 Mt. Ainsworth Ave., San Diego, CA 92111. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 18, 2016.
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LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Conﬁdence grows as you work your way through some knotty situations. Watch out for distractions from wellmeaning supporters that could slow things down. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Consider spending more time contemplating the possibilities of an oﬀer before opting to accept or reject it. But once you make a decision, act on it. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) You're in a very strong position this week to tie up loose ends in as many areas as possible. Someone close to you has advice you might want to heed. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Congratulations. This is the week you've been waiting for: After a period of sudden stops and ﬁtful starts, your plans can now move ahead with no signiﬁcant disruptions. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) You're in an exceptionally strong position this week to make decisions on many still-unresolved matters, especially those involving close personal relationships. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) The new moon starts this week oﬀ with some positive movement in several areas. A special person becomes a partner in at least one of the major plans you'll be working on. BORN THIS WEEK: You work hard and get things done. You also inspire others to do their best. You would do well heading up a major corporation.
LEGAL: 07421 Publish: August 24, 31 and September 7, 14, 2016
LEGAL: 07430 Publish: September 14, 21, 28 and October 5, 2016
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) After much traveling this year, you're due for some settled time with family and friends. Use this period to check out situations that soon will require a lot of serious decision-making. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Keep that keen Bovine mind focused on your ﬁnancial situation as it begins to undergo some changes. Consider your money moves carefully. Avoid impulsive investments. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You'll need to adjust some of your ﬁnancial plans now that things are changing more quickly than you expected. All the facts you need haven't yet emerged, so move cautiously. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Personal and professional relationships dominate this period. Try to keep things uncomplicated to avoid misunderstandings that can cause problems down the line. LEO (July 23 to August 22) That elusive goal you'd been hoping to claim is still just out of reach. But something else has come along that could prove just as desirable, if only you would take the time to check it out. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) This is a good time to get away for some much-needed rest and relaxation. You'll return refreshed and ready to take on the workplace challenge that awaits you.
IT IS ORDERED that all persons interested in this matter appear before this court in Department 26 of the San Diego County Superior Court at the address shown (325 S. Melrose Dr., Vista, CA 92081) on SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 at 8:30 a.m., and show cause, if any, why the petition for a change of name should not be granted. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of this ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE be published in the Julian News, a newspaper of general circulation published in this county, at least once a week for four successive weeks prior to the day of the hearing. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH THE COURT CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT ON August 17, 2016.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT File No. 2016-022730 BUFFALO BILLS CAFÉ 2603 B St., Julian, CA 92036 (Mailing Address: PO Box 1987, Julian, CA 92036) The business is conducted by Co-Partners - a) Damon M. Haney, 5157 Ritchie Rd., Santa Ysabel, CA 92070 and b) William J. Haney, 5157 Ritchie Rd., Santa Ysabel, CA 92070. THIS STATEMENT WAS FILED WITH ERNEST J. DRONENBURG JR., RECORDER/COUNTY CLERK OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY ON August 26, 2016.
Wednesday - September 21, 2016
Volume 32 - Issue 07
JULIAN UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT GOVERNING BOARD VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT The Julian Union High School District is seeking applications from interested residents within the school district’s boundaries to serve as a member of the Governing Board. Because no candidates have filed for the November 8, 2016, election to fill a two-year term on the Julian Union High School District Governing Board, the Board is required, under Education Code section 5328, to make an appointment to fill the seat. Interviews will be conducted at the regular Board meeting on October 20, 2016, and the appointment will be made immediately following the interviews. The successful candidate will be sworn into office at the Annual Organizational Meeting on December 8, 2016, and will serve for a term, ending in December 2018. If you are interested in being considered for appointment to this vacancy, you can obtain an application from the District office or the District website at www.juhsd.org. If you would like more information please contact Sherry LaChusa in the District office at 760-765-0606 ext.102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please submit your application to: Secretary of the Board/Superintendent Julian Union High School District 1656 Hwy. 78 / PO Box 417 Julian, CA 92036 Fax: (760) 765-2926 Applications must be received in the Superintendent’s Office not later than 4:00 p.m. on October 13, 2016. Publish: September 21, 28 and October 5, 2016 Legal: 07441
*** When you finally go back to your old hometown, you discover it wasn’t your hometown you missed but your childhood. — Sam Ewing ***
Wednesday - September 21, 2016