Tweet All About It: Hollering about holidays in 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.
“And every winter, in the expansive snow and ice, we find the warmth of family and memories. #aspen” — @NVandeboom
“#Aspen, you’re so beautiful.” — @ERodriguez782
“I’ve never been to #Aspen and I would love to check that off of my list soon. I’ve heard nothing but good about the snow terrain and I just know the accommodations are absolutely world class. Perhaps a trip to #Colorado is in my near future?” — @VictoriaVisits1
“Whether you’re looking to shred untracked black diamonds or prefer to distill your own bourbon, #Aspen has something for everyone… for a price.” — @daliahsinger
“Time for the traditional night of Dumb and Dumber and wrapping presents. #Aspen #LloydChristmas” — @ccolliermusic
“The Family loves #Parkcity but with the next to no place for me to enjoy a cigar after breakfast lunch&dinner they have agreed to do #Aspen next trip. My last time in #Utah” — @keepmovin2019
“#Aspen, it’s never a bad time to come here.” — @nestoribrahim
“Meanwhile looks like @MariahCarey is out and about in the small little village of #Aspen” — @Matt_Kroschel
“Plane to #Aspen is delayed for several hours owing to excess private jets. To the barricades, Citizens!” — @EaberingEdgar
“The BEST 5 year anniversary imaginable. Aspen exceeded all expectations” — @J_Johnson6
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