Tweet All About It: Overheard on the way to town
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.
“Just booked the trip out west for Aspen and Arapahoe. This snow is making it move for sure.” — @Killa_Cam_5
“can’t wait for a man to put me in log cabin somewhere in aspen” — @brianawonderlie
“One of the original Snow BikeCross participants at #XGames Aspen, Canadian @BrockHoyer has one goal heading into 2020: “I want gold back,” says Hoyer. Here, Hoyer runs through life at home, while giving an inside look at his latest @Timbersled creation.” — @XGames
“Gotta do a christmas in aspen in one of them cabins some day” — @MikeLife_
“There used to be rooms in Aspen for 80k plus HOA fees. Now theyre 248k. It amazing how much time can pass without meeting any goals. Its the same size room too.” — @dartgunintel
“Idk who needs to hear this but the whole Aspen shuttle bus does NOT wanna hear y’all conversation” — @badgaaaire
“Love a good challenge? Then hit up Ajax the next time you’re in Aspen.” — @alpineaspen
“This time of year I start to wish I still lived in a ski town. #aspen” — @Michaelconniff
“what can I say, I’m Just a boujee Aspen boi” — @GaffTapePapi
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