I thought we should have some fun this morning and decided to do a “What would you choose” poll. I’ve come up with a number of choices of things that could happen…some outlandish…some that may come true in the months and years to come. Let me know your thoughts.
I’m glad somebody caught this on tape. Here is NWS’s definition for a gustnado:A slang term for a short-lived, ground-based, shallow, vortex that develops on a gust front associated with either thunderstorms or showers.
Thanks to you tuber Gary Wallace for uploading his video.
Yep….I had the picture, words, and what I thought was a happy stomach. Then came a few hours later on Sunday….and I was visiting the bathroom every hour on the hour till this morning…bad food!
So I’m sorry cheap Sunday morning buffet that I thought would be good because all of your other food usually tastes good…but you got me sick and now I have nothing nice to say about you…I want to throw you onto the street.
At least Chicago has buffets that don’t get me sick.
My name is David and I am living El Paso.
….the name of the place is hidden within my post…thought I would have some fun with it since I couldn’t have fun yesterday or for the start of my day.
This poll is for those who commute from ELP to LC or LC to ELP. The drive has gotten better with the addition of a third lane from exit 0 to LC city limits but it is still a drive for those commuting both ways. If TX & NM had a partnership to get something like this installed, would you use it?
It’s important for our region to be as well connected as possible.
El Paso has been down for a while, some thought for the long haul….the good news is that we are fighting back. The city has taken a turn for the better over the last couple of years and positive changes are happening. My manager showed us a Nolan Cheese commercial today as a motivational tool and since it spoke so well to me, I wanted to share it with all of you in relation to El Paso.
The search has been on for a while but the Texas Tech College of Architecture found a spot downtown that they are excited about. With Sun Metro moving out, future architects will fill the space that still sees Amtrak passengers pass through on a daily basis.
It’s good to see that area of downtown get a lot of interest/development and I hope it continues across all of the city.
If you haven’t been into Union Depot in a while, go check it out…it truly is a magnificent space.
I know the city has wanted Grey Hound and the International bus terminal to vacate their spaces since they sit on valuable land and have brought up moving them to where the current Sun Metro garages are….wonder if that is still going to happen.