Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | June 1, 2018

2018 Real Estate Update

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Hello Mountain News Subscribers,

Thank you for subscribing to news of your favorite mountain!  And, thank you for your trust in assisting with the sales and purchases of your ‘Palomar Properties’ since the beginning of the Century!

We are off to a great start for 2018!  Click to view ALL the Active, Pending and Sold properties since the New Year. Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 29, 2018

Last Minute – Spring into Summer!

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Tomorrow, Tuesday May 29th, Palomar Christian Conference Center is hosting  lunch and a pool party for Mountain families! Come take advantage of the pool. It’s HEATED and working it’s way up to 84°.

Try to be in the parking lot by 11:45, to be at the dining hall on or before Lunch, which is served at 12:00 sharp.

Directions:  Take State Park Road, past the entrance.  Follow the signs, (first right, second left), to the camp.  You’ll pass the horses.  Park in the parking lot and walk down to the office, then off to the left to the dining hall.

Pool will open at 1:00 and will have a lifeguard for an hour. One piece bathing suits or tankinis for girls. Wear cover ups/ shirts and shoes or sandals in the dining hall.  Be sure to bring your towels and sunscreen.

Camp will have a planting gift for everyone to take home with them. Weather forecast looks great! Hope everyone can make it.

Many thanks to the Conference Center for hosting and Dave and Melanie Hasty for coordinating!

Bonnie Phelps

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 29, 2018

Homesteader Newsletter

What a great newsletter!  Extra, extra!  Read all about all the happenings in the State Park, meet the staff and volunteer opportunities! The State Park Homesteader is hot off thepress for your reading pleasure.  Will Meyst, our State Park Interpretive Specialist promises a schedule coming our way with campfire talks and fun times.  Please stay tuned!  Thanks Will!

From: Will Meyst

Park Interpretive Specialist

Palomar Mountain State Park

palomar.interpreter@parks.ca.gov

 

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 28, 2018

Boucher Hill Lookout Tower OPEN

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Have you been up to the historic Boucher Fire Lookout in the State Park?  It is to be open everyday until November 30th from 9AM to 5PM. The public is welcome. You do need to pay the entrance fee for the State Park (last time we were there it was $10.00 per car). It is always so interesting to hear from the well-trained Lookout volunteers that are there looking for ‘smokes’.  Spectacular views and very interesting as you get to climb the stairs to the top, and go out on the wrap-around walkway.  

One of our neighbors, Don Grant, will be there tomorrow and YOU are invited to pop by!

> From: Don Grant

> Subject: Boucher Hill Lookout tower

> Dave Cuthbert and I will be working at the Boucher Hill Lookout tower

> tomorrow from 9AM to 5PM. Everybody is welcome but groups will be limited to

> 6 at a time.

> Thanks,

> Don

 

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 28, 2018

Clean up time ’round your property

The US Forestry Service has requirements for clearing defensible space around all structures.  One of the jobs our local Fire Department has is to visit each home and cabin to make sure your property is compliant.

Clear and simple guidelines are in the links below.  Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 26, 2018

Memorial on Palomar for 12 Airmen

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Memorial Day is much more than a time to gather with family and friends over a three-day weekend.  It was established as a time to remember those who perished defending our freedom while serving our country.

The timing couldn’t have been better to complete the memorial as a tribute to 12 young Navy men who gave their all over Palomar Mountain.  Two planes collided in 1944 Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 25, 2018

Donations Needed

Every year we have a Labor Day Weekend get together. This year it is a picnic.  The Community Center folks are gathering up donations for silent auction/opportunity drawings.  What would you have that you could donate? Gift baskets, gift certificates, crafts, tickets to local attractions, fun things for cabins… be creative!

From:  Jack and Rosie
Donations for CCPM Opportunity Drawing

If you have any items for the Community Center of Palomar Mountain’s Opportunity Drawing that we will have at the Labor Day Weekend Picnic, you can bring it to the PMPO breakfast tomorrow & give it to Jack or Rosie.

Thank you!

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 25, 2018

Easement News – Map 9

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If you own property on Crestline between the County Park and Water Company, or if you drive through those little roads to get to your land, this info is valuable to your property. Map 9 is between the green brackets on the much-used map. Read More…

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 24, 2018

PMPO Agenda for Saturday

Everyone is invited to the annual meeting for the Palomar Mountain Planning Organization.  Click for the agenda www.PMPOInfo.com

Saturday morning breakfast 8 to 10 with PMPO meeting to follow.

More info:  Pancake Breakfast and Annual PMPO Meeting

Posted by: Bonnie Phelps | May 24, 2018

Pancake Breakfast & PMPO Mtg Saturday

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Everyone is invited to the Annual Pancake Breakfast & PMPO Annual Meeting

Breakfast 8 am to 10 am

Annual Meeting immediately follows Breakfast at 10am Saturday, May 26th, 2017 at the Palomar Mountain Volunteer Fire Station 21610 Crestline Road • Palomar Mountain, CA 92060 * Intersection of East Grade Road (S-7) and South Grade Road (S-6)

$3.00 – Adults

$1.00 – Children

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