Aspen’s best tweets last week
Each week we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets about Aspen (at least those that are printable) and publish them on Sundays.
Here’s what we found — in their unedited form — last week:
• “Crappy unsettled rainy get me out of aspen kind of week! Nothing to stick around here for. Head to the beach!” — @weatheraspen
• “Elk are grazing just north of the #Aspen Airport. Be careful as you pass Shale Bluffs and the Airport on your Hwy82 commute this morning” — @FlyAspenAirport
• “In analyzing the Aspen mayoral vote, it looks like the right could have won a major victory had they not entered 3 candidates and split vote” —@nordictrecker
• “You’re taste buds will thank you when you book a trip to Aspen for the food and wine classic.” — @vacationforfun
• “I drive by the aspen men’s team rugby field all the time and it makes me wanna play with my boys again” — @E_R0CKED 22m
• “For National Travel and Tourism Week a HUGE shout out to all of you who fly into our airport – Better than driving huh?” — @FlyAspenAirport
• “You know it’s off season in #Aspen when you find your chefs wheeling an oven down the street.…” — @TheLittleNell
• “Yes I’m that joebob hiking up Aspen in tennis shoes with my skis and boots on my back” — @JoAnnaCoffey
• “Snowmass Mammoth Festival brewers are now FULL. Thank you everyone for your support, and we’ll see you in June!” —@SnowmassFest
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Bluebird skies, spring-like temperatures and a few inches of snow from Monday night’s storm helped Snowmass skiers and snowboarders cruise into the season Wednesday for opening day.