Tweet All About It: Getting around
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 into #Aspen this evening for dinner, wasn’t what I remembered from 20 years ago. Not sure what the attraction is for celebrities” — @JeffGHamilton1
• “@Delta Thank you to @Delta customer support for helping us with our flight issues from Salt Lake City to @Aspen. Luckily we finally arrived minutes before the airport curfew. Great customer service! Great airline!” — @prcahill11
• “Isn’t this the part where Trump comes out and says that he thinks humans can make enough snow to solve this problem because he saw a snow machine once in Aspen?” — @blakerutherford
• “Just saw Jack White walking around Aspen, so that’s cool, I guess.” — @sweckerFACE
• “As far as I can tell, no one needs a car in Aspen, but everyone has a big SUV anyway.” — @gravity_levity
• “City officials in Aspen estimate that 85% of the city’s $120 million budget is funded by people who do not live in the community year round. Are there other communities like this? #sociology #AcademicTwitter #Aspen #classinequaliy” — @stubes2006
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Kevin Warner started his career with the U.S. Forest Service as a wilderness ranger in 2001. Now he’s taking over the key position as Aspen-Sopris District Ranger.