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#NMWx: It’s a trap. It might be 6° warmer on Monday, but then that night the temps are gonna crash & it’s gonna snow! Possibly 2 to 4”!
#NMWx: Monday night / Tuesday morning is starting to look promising. Also, next Friday. Although that’s really too far out & will the forecast for that storm will probably change 500 times between now and then. Anything that’s more then 72 or 96 hours (3 to 4 days) out is a total crapshoot / guess.
And in a totally random turn of events, it just started to show at my house. While I don’t really expect this to last (it’s 37° and there isn’t much moisture in the metro), it’s an interesting turn of events to say the least. (at Albuquerque, New Mexico)
#NMWx: I know it’s still actually winter, but if Mother Nature could figure it’s shit out, I’d appreciate it. I don’t mind it when it’s cold, but I do like it when it’s warmer. But what I hate is this yo-yo weather! And the wind, omg, the wind. New Mexico wouldn’t actually be half bad if it wasn’t moving east a few miles every late winter / spring. And like @RonWhiteOfficial says: “It’s not that the wind is blowing, it’s what it’s blowing”! And in NM, its dirt and dust! (at Albuquerque, New Mexico)
Jebus it’s been a day in the #ABQ Metro. Thankful that both situations were not worse…
So that event at @BosqueBrewingCo last night? They announced two new things. First and foremost, the one and only #ScaleTipper is back starting tomorrow (Thursday)! And the batch this year is stupidly tasty! So get it while you can, cus it’s gonna go fast!
But also, Bosque is “refreshing” their brand. So that means new logo, cans, etc and it’s amazing. They’ve been working on this since August of last year. It’s a great new logo for them to move forward with, but it also pays homage to where they’ve been too. Love the new Scale Tipper cans and shirts! The specialty cans will get their own art work (like the Scale Tipper did). Also their year round staple cans look great. They are clean and colorful and will look great on store shelf’s (and in your fridge too)! And if you look closely I think Bosque might have just announced another year round beer (IDK if Jetty Jack is the name of a new year round staple or was just used for the mock-up). You’ll start seeing the year-round cans hit shelf’s latter this spring (I think April if my memory from last night can be believed).
I also want to take a quick second and thank Bosque for another amazing, great event! It was fun as always! :-) (at Bosque Brewing Co.)
The only picture I can post from the event at @BosqueBrewingCo tonight… This is on their lift truck (think motorized pallet jack) & I’m slightly jealous. Now I want one for our forklift at work. ;-) (at Bosque Brewing Co.)
Forgot I had this in my work fridge. Don’t fail me now coffee..:
Company trying to get in my pants, I mean get our business, sent me chocolates for Valentine’s Day. So far this is more then any man has done for me. So if Unite asked me to marry them, I probably would at this point (Hey, corporations are people too, at least according to Mitt Romney). Coworker and I ate the little chocolates and I’m saving the big one for Thursday when it’s actually appropriate to eat your feelings…
FYI #ABQ drivers: The increased traffic on NB I-25 at the Comanche, Montgomery, & Jefferson off ramps is due to the closure of the WB I-40 to SB I-25 flyover ramp at the Big-I due to a fatal crash. Expect this ramp to be closed for the foreseeable future tonight and until it reopens, expect traffic to be a mess. Think of using surface streets that are well away from the Big-I instead of the interstates until police are able to reopen that ramp. Also on NB I-25 coming out of the Big-I, expect heavy traffic and due to exit lanes backing up on to the main line lanes, you might come across slow and/or stopped traffic on the NB I-25 mainline lanes as well.
Holy hell @ABQSchools, want to know how much you failed at educating voters about your failed mil levy election? Nowhere was it clear that one of the questions WOULDN’T have raised taxes! Had that been clear, I doubt voters would have voted all 3 down. That is huge! I tried researching this and while I knew one of the questions probably wouldn’t have raised taxes, I couldn’t get a clear answer & when it came time to fill out the ballet, it definitely wasn’t clear.
(And for the record, I voted yes on all 3 questions, because while it would have caused my mortgage to go up, cus I have my taxes in my escrow, I know how much of a need there is to build, fix, and replace schools in ABQ! And I was willing to put my money were my mouth is…)
Holy jebus! By this logic (which is a fallacy), there shouldn’t be ANY signalized crosswalks in Albuquerque (ok, a few might make the 5 pedestrians struck by drivers in a year metric). Wow.
My wardrobe tonight… #SPORTS
Bye bye Colorado! It’s been fun. Until next time… (at Raton Pass New Mexico-Colorado Border)
Man, this is some of the worse traffic I’ve been in on my drive home…it hasn’t moved in minutes l! ;-) (at Costco)
Last breakfast in Breck, so of course we are hitting up The Blue Moose for breakfast before hitting the road for Denver and places further south for one of us. (at Blue Moose Restaurant)
Tonight we went to the #IceCastles in Dillon, CO. It was a fun time walking through all the ice & was much grander then what I was expecting. (at Ice Castles CO)
Come on #Colorado, repeat after me, it’s Chile with an E not an I. Chili with an I is like Texas Chili. If you are going to name yourself after a place in #NewMexico, you can at least try to get the spelling right! (at Chimayo Mexican Grill)
When on vacation. Another new place, this time in Silverthorne. Drinking the American Red Ale from Angry James Brewing. Solid red that’s nicely balanced between the malt and the hop. (at Angry James Brewing)
The morning sun hitting the top of Peak 9 in #Breckenridge! (at Breckenridge, Colorado)