DeAnza Springs Resort
1951 Carrizo Gorge Rd.
Jacumba, CA 91934
Stay@DeanzaSprings.com
(877) 2GO-NUDE (246-6833)



De Anza Springs Resort

 

When it's time for a break from the ordinary

 

 

De Anza Springs Presents

 

 

Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday in English, refers to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after the Epiphany or King's Day and culminating on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday", reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season. So join us as we celebrate this special day on Saturday, February 21st at 8:00 PM in the Oasis Lounge.

 

Special Alert

 

There are some major changes "good changes" coming to the resort as far as our internet service is concerned. We know that the internet and Wifi have been an issue in the past, so make sure to keep checking for the next several shout outs to see just what those changes will be.

 

Our Activities Web-site

 

Our new activities web-site is growing all the time. (take a look) We would love to know what you think. Is there other information that we should add? Is there anything that we should take away? Is it easy to manuver through? The address is dasractivity.com

 

 

 

Jackpot Bingo

 

IT'S HERE we have added Jackpot Bingo to our regular Friday night Bingo. The Jackpot Bingo round will be conducted with the Blackout round. The bingo card will be a single card and you can purchase this card for $1.00. Good Luck!

 

 

 

Trivia Question

 

“Who Else Wants To Win?”

Take our Trivia Challenge and you could win too!

 

      Guess Who Won The Last Trivia Question?  I’m pleased to announce the Grand Prize Winner of the last quiz.  And the winner is…drum roll please: Mimi Carr was the first person to correctly answer my quiz question…

 

In Which U.S. State Are The Most Automobiles Registered?
 

a) Texas   b) New York   c) Michigan   d) Florida   e) California

     

No need to run to your computer folks because the correct answer is “E,” California.  Thanks for your answer Mimi, you’ve won a free Day Pass for a party of up to 4 people.  Now…let’s move on to this month’s trivia question…

 

Most Everyone Knows That Neil Armstrong Was The First Man To Walk On The Moon.  But Who Was The LAST Man To Walk On The Moon?

 

a) John Glenn  b) Buzz Aldrin  c) Gene Cernan  d) David Bowie e) Frank Borman

 

Call us right now with your answer!  (619) 766-4301

 

 

 

Dog-Gone Sheets

 

If you’re like me, making up the bed with clean sheets can result in disoriented bedclothes.  To make sure your feet will remain covered (as sheets are put on sideways), simply stitch a few strands of red thread to the middle of the bottom of the sheet, blanket, or comforter.  That way you know which end goes at the foot of the bed—the first time!

Find more helpful tips in the Helpful Tips section of the new activities web-site.

 

 

On the Patio

Jenga has become a fun activity on the patio. So we have decided to add another game. Do you remember the game Kerplunk? Well we are building a much larger version of this game. See photo below.

Special  Article

 

   

10 Quick & Easy Tips For Avoiding

Embarrassing Auto Troubles

 

Is there any greater humiliation?  You’re sitting in your car at a busy intersection during rush hour.  You’re at the front of a long line of cars all eager to get home, and you can feel the tension. 

 

      As you sit there, you’re thinking of all the things you need to do as soon as you get home.  The kids.  The shopping.  Dinner.  Then it happens.  Sputter, chug…stop!  Your engine quits.  Your dash is lit up with glaring red and yellow lights.  You panic.

 

Quickly you turn the key…but nothing happens.  Right then, the traffic light turns green.  Cars on all sides of you start rushing by.  You can feel your hands sweating as you fumble around your controls, trying anything to get your car going.

 

The car behind you surges forward.  He starts to holler obscenities at you, as if you could control what’s happening.  Through the glaring of horns, the pressure of people cursing you…you wonder why this happened.  You scream at your car as you get out and try to move it to the side of the road or find help. 

 

Most people don’t think about their cars much—until there’s a problem.  And they usually surface at the most inappropriate time.  Short of filling up the gas tank…perhaps only when it drops below “empty”…some people don’t give their cars a second thought. 

But cars are like any other mechanical device.  To keep your trusty steed in good shape, experts offer some tips on making sure your ride is dependable.  Here’s a list of 10 simple check-ups you can do to avoid those stressful, embarrassing moments when your car decides to die at the most inappropriate time.

 

Tip #1:  First and foremost, change your oil frequently and regularly.  Experts say the most important thing you can do to extend the life of your car is to change the oil every 3,000 miles or three months.  A quick stop to a Fast-Lube shop can extend the life of your car by years, and save thousands of dollars in the process.

 

Tip #2:  Once a month, look under the hood.  This 15-minute investment can prevent 70 percent of the problems that lead to embarrassing highway breakdowns.  Check the fluid levels of oil, coolant, automatic transmission fluid, power steering fluid, break fluid and windshield washer fluid.  If you don’t know where these items are located, ask a service station attendant for help.

   

Tip #3:  Never let your gas tank go to almost empty before filling up.  The bottom of your fuel tank is loaded with deposits, dirt, and residue that’s not good for your engine, fuel injectors, or carburetor.

 

Tip #4:  Check tire inflation weekly, and alignment every six months.  Properly inflated and aligned tires last longer, save money, and are safer.

 

Tip #5:  Change your vehicle’s filters.  Changing the air, fuel, and oil filters extends the life of your car, and makes it operate more efficiently.

 

Tip #6:  Change your engine coolant at least once a year, preferably every six months.  But be careful, coolant can be toxic and harmful if ingested by children or pets.

 

Tip #7:  Lubricate moving and rubber parts.  This includes windshield wipers, door rubber, and exposed gaskets. 

Tip #8:  Get rid of rust immediately.  Rust will eat away your car, causing a premature demise.  If you find a rusty spot, scrape it away and sand the area.  Then protect the bare metal with primer and paint.

 

Tip #9:  Wash your car frequently and keep it out of the sun.  Driving a clean car (with clean windshield) improves visibility and enhances your safety.  Plus, ultraviolet rays can harm paint, especially metallic paints. 

 

Tip #10: Most important: Schedule regular maintenance every 12,000 miles or one year, whichever comes first.  Scheduled maintenance will keep warranties valid and maximize the value of your warranty.  Plus, it prolongs the life of your vehicle, and will increase the value of your automobile when you decide to sell it.

 

      No doubt, frequent auto maintenance can save you thousands, increase your car’s value…and most certainly remove the risk of sudden, embarrassing moments in traffic!

 

 

 

Activities Information

For more information on these and other activities pleas visit: www.dasractivity.com

Make Your Reservations Now

With the AAA perdiction of low gas prices throughout 2015 we encourage you to make your reservations for up coming events as soon as possible. We have already seen an increase in reservations and expect to see this increase continue. We have scheduled many new events for 2015 and are planning a fun filled year you will not want to miss.

February's Activity Schedule

Monday 2/16/2015 9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  1:00 PM Indoor Power Walk (Oasis Lounge0
     
Tuesday 2/17/2015 9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  12:30 PM Scandinavian Rug Weaving (Oasis Lounge)
     
Wednesday 2/18/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  1:00 PM Indoor Power Walk (Oasis Lounge0
     
Thursday 2/19/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  5:00 PM Happy Hour (Oasis Lounge)
  6:00 PM Wii Bowling (Oasis Lounge)
  7:30 PM Quizzo (Bar Trivia) (Oasis Lounge)
     
Friday 2/20/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  1:00 PM Indoor Power Walk (Oasis Lounge0
  5:00 PM Happy Hour (Oasis Lounge)
  7:30 PM Bingo followed by Karaoke (Oasis Lounge)
  9:30 PM Splash-In-Movie (Indoor Pool)
     
Saturday 2/21/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  10:00 AM Mardi Gras Parade (Front of Clubhouse)
  10:00 AM Water Volleyball (Indoor Pool)
  2:00 PM Water Volleyball (Indoor Pool)
  8:00 PM Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball (Oasis Lounge)
     
Sunday 2/22/2015 10:00 AM Water Volleyball (Indoor Pool)
  10:00 AM Daytona 500 Party (Oasis Lounge)
  2:00 PM Water Volleyball (Indoor Pool)
     
Monday 2/23/2015 9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  1:00 PM Indoor Power Walk (Oasis Lounge0
     
Tuesday 2/24/2015 9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  12:30 PM Scandinavian Rug Weaving (Oasis Lounge)
     
Wednesday 2/25/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
  1:00 PM Indoor Power Walk (Oasis Lounge0
     
Thursday 2/26/2015 8:30 AM Focus T-25 Power Workout (Oasis Lounge)
  9:00 AM Water Aerodics (Indoor Pool)
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