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Linda Matthys July 09, 2014 at 12:03 PM
Jamul is best known recently for its black flies. Otherwise I know little about. Have you thoughtRead Morea bout Ramona?
Jamie Holabird July 09, 2014 at 02:24 PM
Jamul is a large unincorporated community southeast of San Diego in the hills. There is a lot ofRead Morelan d and space between neighbors. Most parcels of land involve acres rather than square feet. The Cleveland National Forest defines part of the perimeter for the sub community of Deer Horn Valley. It is only 35 miles from downtown San Diego, but the elevation at 2700' above sea level allows us to experience all four seasons, with many many days of sunshine. The down side to living in Jamul are the wild fires, particularly when the Santa Ana winds are blowing. The border is only miles away. Seeing the Border Patrol is a staple here. Rural living means your water comes from a well on your property, you haul your trash to the dump and you drive miles to the nearest gas station. Try going to http://www.jamul.com/ you can read about some of the things going on in Jamul. I would also recommend looking at traffic for the area and keep your options open as Ramona, Julian, Alpine, and a few others still offer a great rural living that is not too far from the hustle and bustle of SD.
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