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You said you have "both applications set up to save notes to iCloud". Are you talking about Notes in Snow Leopard and Mavericks? How did you set this up in Snow Leopard? I was under the impression that Snow Leopard is not compatible with iCloud.

I don't really see a solution to this using Notes. You can try opening up the iCloud preferences on your Mavericks install (found in System Preferences) and de-select "Notes". Perhaps it will then sync the old way, though I doubt it.

Your best solution going forward may be a 3rd party solution. You can get really creative in using 3rd party software even if they don't sync themselves by using DropBox or a similar service. Put the database files for that software in a DropBox folder and the other Mac will get an update automatically.
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