Shelli DeRobertis 5:08 p.m., June 19
The idiot-proof alpaca
Interviews with alpaca owners, spinners, and weavers who live in San Diego’s East County mountain region.
Winter wonder mesmerizes our guy in the sky
Plenty of snow in downtown Julian this morning. I flew over at 9 a.m. in a light plane at 8000 feet above sea level, about 2000 feet above the ground, and was mesmerized by the ...
Hike up to 4927 feet for Glen’s View, with panoramic views that include North Peak, Julian, and the desert.
You can’t make money growing apples
The December 8 meeting at the Peacefield Orchard on Wynola Road was described by the Julian Apple Growers Association as a lesson in pruning trees. About 30 people showed up. Ray Meyer, acknowledged as the ...
On the eastern slope of Japacha Peak, in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, is the location of a little known and most unusual monument anywhere in San Diego County. This piece of history began 90 years ...
Go gobble on the mountain — a revisit to Julian’s Bailey Wood Pit Barbeque.
I rearranged my legs with more force than necessary. The wooden bed-frame creaked, and I followed the note with an overtly audible adjusting of my half of the comforter, balling it up so I could ...
San Diego flatlanders open a brewery in the local mountains.
This 2195-acre preserve offers an array of seasonal wildflowers in oak-pine woodland and spectacular views of the lower elevations.
Sixty-two miles away from downtown San Diego, a strenuous three-mile hike on Five Oaks Trail. No. Dogs. Allowed.