Texas Tornado


As I alluded on my last post, we ran our long runs on Christmas Day as the weather was looking iffy for the weekend.  This is what “iffy” looks like: an EF4 tornado just 15 miles or so to the east of us that traversed Dallas, Sunnyvale, Garland, Rowlett and Eastern Collin County. We followed the storms on TVNWeather.com, including storm chaser Nathan Moore’s live video feed (see above) and had a chance to drive through the affected area today.

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About winnebago70x

Between the two of us, we are proud parents, Texans, Texas Exes, long distance runners, cyclists, adventurers, a guitar player, a computer programmer, a great cook, a lawyer, an engineer, a physicist, etc. etc.
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2 Responses to Texas Tornado

  1. eeltinge says:

    Sold my TX rental properties during the Great Recession. Texas is one tough state!


  2. winnebago70x says:

    It’s heartening to see people come together to help each other out during events like this. We are loading up the Conestoga with supplies to take to OperationBBQ in Rowlett Texas. It is a non-profit organization that feeds first responders at natural disasters.


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