Tweet All About It: Follow the yellow leaf road to #Aspen
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.
“I went to pizza hut once in the 90s to buy drugs #aspen” — @siigmund
“@thedavidcrosby, Thank you So much for a great night of story telling and that beautiful voice of yours! Sorry about the faction of asshats in the crowd. It’s #Aspen after all, so I suppose douchery is to be expected.” — @marcimichelle
“Ok, so I had to walk a mile to work Monday-Friday when I worked in #aspen But the things I saw on my way to work, this Fox, #johnnydepp , beautiful snow winter wonderland #johnmccain ……. @ Aspen, Colorado” — @romero_preston
“I wish I was in school but why study for a future we may not have?” says one girl in #Aspen #climatestrike — @cabenedetti
#Fallcolors are popping in Hunter Creek. Time to get out and savor them before they blow off to form a yellow leaf road. #Hike #Bike #Aspen — @Shebiegirl
#DidYouKnow that #Aspen is 7,908 feet above sea level? Makes for great views. Another wonderful part of being in this beautiful town. — @garyfeldman
Welcome to #AspenRuggerfest 52!!! — @aspenrugbyclub
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