Tweet All About It: The answer is 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.
• “#AmazonHQ2 should be in a place where the beer flows like wine. Where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. A little place called #Aspen.” — @gabeomassi
• “Landed in Aspen. Im at our cute house. Not that cold! Listening to Lil Uzi awaiting Molly’s arrival! Just keeping you posted.” — @KenzieElizabeth
• “Just finished finals for the Grand Prix here in #Aspen ! Two contests in two days; ended 5th today, 6th yesterday. Very happy with my skiing, feeling seriously ready to rock in the next two events… see you on t.v” — @JamesWoodsy
• “When a Dr. says skiing in CO is too expensive, we have a problem… #Aspen #Vail #cmonman #BrokeAsHell #prayforsnow” — @rachelorton91
• “I love planning stuff…I’m already got the itinerary ready for our trip to Aspen and it’s not until next year” — @Kaprea14
• “Floozies tonight in aspen? my mind says yes but my bank account says…nah” — @zackyvalentino
• “aspen is so beautiful” — @erikacostell
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