Tweet All About It: A bit of snow to get the season started
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
“A childhood friend has just completed this amazing challenge for a cause that will touch us all at some point in our lives. Well Done theo!! Click here to support #Cycling From #Aspen to #Santa Monica for Aspen Hope organized by #TheoWilliams” — @KScothorne
““Our vision for this facility is to provide greater access to our renowned physicians practicing the latest, evidence-based treatments, which will prove to be a significant benefit to #Aspen and the surrounding communities,” said @DanDrawbaugh https://bit.ly/3dy1eOl” — @SteadmanClinic
“#aspen i am not fooling around. I am the self appointed park ranger” — @AspenSpin
“Cold temps & a recent snowfall sure do have us daydreaming lately! Fingers crossed for the perfect conditions again this year Who’s coming with us?! #ISVERA #aspen #hockey #odr #odrheaven #bucketlist” — @ISVERA
“Another gem from Aspen, Colorado 2 months ago. It’s interesting how something can seen so long ago but not be. Excited to figure out where our next adventure takes us.#EnjoyingLifeAlways #HappyCouple #Aspen #Colorado #AspenColorado #MountainAir #ColoradoMountains #RockyMountains” — @HAPPYROBERTII
“Aspen should be renamed the People’s Republic of #Aspen. It’s always been an extreme left-wing town. But the immense wealth brought in by the billionaires who are driving the multimillionaires down valley made it, nonetheless, an appealing place to live.” — @mazzenilsson
“Lance Armstrong’s #Aspen Home Has All the Charm – And The Fridges” — @palintereest
“We got a winter storm it snowed 12 inches and took out all the power in the valley for hours #ASPEN” — @CarmenOrtega1
The Aspen Times can be found on Twitter, as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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