Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | December 1, 2009

What do you love about Palomar?  How about the views?  You see Point Loma out there with the San Diego skyline and islands dotting the Pacific – so close and yet so far away –  up here in the beauty of the Four Seasons! Have a message to go out?  Simply send it my way.   If you don’t see it posted within 24 hours, please call my ‘follow-me’ number at 76O 742 one 742. Glad to keep the news heading your way about our favorite mountain!   Bonnie Phelps,  Palomar Mountain News Editor since 1998 and Palomar Mountain Real Estate since the beginning of the Century.
Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 19, 2017

Free Drapes

Free Drapes

These are floor to ceiling drapes, light tan in color, complete with 8 foot traverse rod. The fabric is not completely opaque, some light gets through. Like new condition.

Fred Brown 20130 State Park Road 760-742-1328

 

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 18, 2017

Wamolynn Cabin For Sale

A little red cabin in the woods is for sale.  Recently I sold the cabin below it named, “Woodlynn”.  The seller, Alicelynn Cockrill said her folks built this red cabin so sent Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 17, 2017

Gold Prospecting

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Gold on Palomar?

In the summer of 1904, Palomar prospectors were mining for gold Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 15, 2017

Post Office Tour tomorrow!

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Our little post office is one of the smallest in the United States.  Tomorrow you’re welcome to join us for a tour.

The Palomar Mountain Kids Club will be visiting our Post Office on Tuesday, May 16th!!  Mayolo will be giving the kids a behind-the-scenes tour of how things work in our tiny mountain post office at the summit.   Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 15, 2017

Mom’s Day 2017

Hoping you have all had a wonderful weekend.

Since I have the pen here with Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 13, 2017

Sunday visits about 100 years ago

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Maybe Robert Asher picked a big bouquet of fresh lilac when he went a’calling after Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 12, 2017

What, no hat???

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No hat?  No worries!  Lots of hats to choose from waiting for you at the Tea.  Oh, and jewels.  You must have jewels.  They are waiting for you to choose from tomorrow, too.

Mothers Day Tea at 2 on the Mountain.

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 12, 2017

Mothers Day Tea

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A very special afternoon is planned for Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 11, 2017

24 Acres Panorama Trail For Sale

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A few years ago I really had a wake-up call.  I was hosting a broker caravan for a nice listing in the city.  I always ask for suggestions to improve my marketing.  One of the agents attending said, “be sure to add that the home has a view”.  A view???  I looked at the group nodding in approval as I glanced out through the windows seeing other houses on the street.  They directed me to an area they thought was a ‘view’.

Guess we are just a little spoiled with our views from this mountain, aren’t we?   This one is a 360 with Lake Henshaw, a sliver of the ocean, rolling meadow, gorgeous oaks, the Observatory… all the wildflowers blooming now, and no other homes or even power poles blocking you view in any direction.

You have bragging rights being off the grid on this very beautiful 34 acres.  The well is in watering an orchard with fruit trees and berries.  Where would you build that dream home?  There is a map waiting for you and lots of photos.  Click and scroll down to Panorama Trail  More info real soon.

Meanwhile, let’s go take a look around!

Bonnie Phelps, Realtor

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 9, 2017

Downed Trees and Chipping

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This very beautiful, but wet, heavy snow took down a lot of trees and branches all around the mountain.  Lots of oak on the ground for firewood for the next couple winters for many folks. It was sad to see so many apple branches and entire apple trees on the ground.  Those trees are about 140 years old, I’m guessing so I think some folks will be doing some planting this year for the next generations to enjoy.

Chain saws will be humming for weeks as there is a lot of clean-up to do.  We counted seven trees down on our property so are right there with you.  There is so much clean up to deal with that some people will make burn piles. Click burn permit info.

Free chipping available, too.  See flyer with details at the top of the Fire Safe Council webpage.

Need help?  Local Resources are listed here.

Do you live off the mountain?  I am glad to pop by and check your property. Just let me know.

Bonnie Phelps

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