Tweet All About It: Highs and lows
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.
• “Aspen CO hometown girl @haileyswirbul was just 2nd at XC ski World Junior Championships… one of the best US finishes ever! Must be those sweet @Aspen Snowmass trails she grew up training and racing on!” — @simihamilton
• “Morning mimosas by the hot tub in Aspen w/ Al Green on the speakers” — @connorpat6
• “I am an old person in a Grey Dog Cafe on University Pl. I totally accept that I’m on their turf and have to be surrounded by NYU undergrads. But where are the NYU undergrads on scholarship? Convos about Aspen, botox and purebred dogs are real. #fullfarestudents” — @elioeli
• “Aspen literally has one of the best music scenes in the United States. It’s truly amazing the talent that @BellyUpAspen brings in.” — @rsheiner
• “I just want my friends to come visit so i can show them a good ass time here in Aspen” — @rushrudy
• “#SaulBellow in Aspen via Salter: ‘It’s like the Magic Mountain without TB,’ Bellow said bemusedly. “He was never completely taken in by the town; he more or less saw through it.” ‘These young people,’ he observed, ‘you can see it in their faces-the meaning of existence is themselves’” — @mckamine
• “When you put down a 98 in #XGames and only get a silver medal. #Aspen” — @matt_burbidge
• “You know you must be getting better when your favorite ski run of the day is a black run #snowmass #aspen #skibunny” — @KyoureDUNN
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