June 1st – High/Low Special Event
WELCOME to the www.elpasobridge.com website! You should be able to easily move from page and page with our updated, user-friendly format. Let us know what you think and feel free to offer any suggestions.
Please note as you go from page to page on our site, the banner at the top changes to various sites in our city. (The header will not change when depicting a specific holiday). Headers include rooftops of the University of Texas at El Paso; poppies on the east side of the Franklin Mountains; city lights – nearly sunrise looking east from Rim Road Lookout Point; Ysleta and San Elizario missions; scenes at Ft. Bliss; the Thunderbird (red rock formation) lying over three ridges on the west side of the Franklin Mountains; Downtown El Paso featuring an amazing shot of the El Paso County Courthouse reflecting the Franklin Mountains and Jacinto Plaza used when Forbes listed El Paso among “15 U.S. cities’ emerging downtowns.”; three Tom Lea (local artist) paintings – “The Smelter from Mesa Road”, “Rio Grande”, “And There He Was?”; El Paso’s Union Station; and the star on the southern-most face of the Franklin Mountains with the lights of El Paso below. This star was lit only during the Christmas holidays for many years and considered by most to be our holiday star. Then in 1981 when the 52 hostages were held in Tehran, the star was lit the entire 444 days. After that the schedule went back to the holiday period only. Now El Pasoans “buy-a-day” keeping it lit every evening. A visitor upon seeing our star exclaimed, “Wow, the Star of Texas!” And so it is…
You all should come for a visit and enjoy our lovely high desert!