Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Fire Truck


When I was walking downtown last week, this fire truck pulled up and stopped right in front of one of the ASU buildings.  Their mission?  To pick up some lunch at the Subway Sandwich shop located there.

13 comments:

Thérèse said...

The other day I just discovered they had Subway Sandwich shops here too...

Jack said...

I will withhold any wise guy comments. Maybe I am finally becoming mature . . .

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Haha! I wonder what a fireman orders a subway!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The tall glass building in the center background is the building that Julie want over the edge from the roof, repelling from a rope.

Randy said...

I can't believe how much the trees have grown along the bus terminal. They were little trees when I left. Nice shot.

Lowell said...

Typical. I'm not disparaging these guys and gals at all; they are wonderful civil servants. But in Ocala they do like their bagels and you'll often find one or two groups at a neat little shop called Bagelicious.

Does ASU have a presence in downtown Phoenix now?

By the way, I did my student teaching at Phoenix Union High School...I wonder if that still exists.

quilteddogs said...

This is such a pretty picture of Phoenix. I rarely see it from this angle.

Kate said...

What a change of scenery from my last 9 days in Cuba. An amazing trip; glad to be back and thanks for visiting my blog today!!

Judy said...

The truck adds interest to this city scene. Nice!

Lowell said...

Hi Sharon ... thanks for your response to my question. I'm not surprised about Phoenix Union HS...it was a rather old building when I worked there.

But I am surprised about ASU. I'd probably not recognize the place now. I graduated from ASU in 1963 (finished my undergraduate work taking night classes) and then did a year of graduate work in Education/American history. Lois worked as a secretary at ASU in those years.

RedPat said...

They could do worse for a lunch choice!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

I guess that's what you call a five alarm hoagie!

JM said...

I thought they have stopped there to rescue some cat on the tree! :-)