Tweet All About It: No Filter needed
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.
“Asspen… What a great name for a city. https://you tu.be/rCO0FFSgEIM via @YouTube #aspen #colorado” — @A_Mason_Aksamit
“No filter needed. I’m so grateful for Day 1 of this gorgeous vacation!! #grottos #Aspen #hiking #vacation @ Grottos Trail” — @StephBloom
“#maroonbells gets me every time #namaste #coloradolive #aspen” — @swimhikeyoga
“We are definitely not in Kansas anymore Toto. Ha! Last hike of the week before we depart for Denver tomorrow. Been amazing week of hiking in between art shows. #darrenjonesstudio #aspen…” — @DarrenJonesArt
“I love me a good summer hike, but these 90 degree days have me wishing for #fall! #Colorado #getoutside #hike #adventure #landscapephotography #mountains #aspen #photoaday” — @AliciaPiavis
#LongtimeListener Bettie Miller was a piano student at the AMFS in 1963-64. Now, Miller comes to #Aspen each summer to attend the entire Festival. “Once you’re infected with the love of classical music, it doesn’t go away,” says Miller. #AMFS2018 #aspenmusic @CPRClassical” — @aspenmusic
“In just two months, cooler temps and amazing views #Aspen #Colorado” — @shelly_guthrie
“Anyone wish they could drive into the mountains stead of going to work on Monday #dreamy #drive #colorado #mtns #aspen #scenic #roadtrip #weekendgetaway #denverblogger” — @denvershewrote
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