Tweet All About It: Reopening in 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.
“The City of #Aspen, #Colorado is taking an innovative approach to mitigate #water scarcity through flexibile water rights. An alternative transfer method (ATM) will allow irrigators and municipalities to temporarily loan their water to others for payment.” — @MikeThibert
“Aspen’s opening up …” — @IamMBB
“Afternoon walk up Smuggler …. didn’t suck. @jonathanballou #aspen #covid19” — @TheenersAthena
“Everyone else goes to #Aspen & takes idyllic pictures. I roll into Aspen & take a picture of the high school football field! #Aspen #Colorado” — @TLCCampy96
“@DJFolami thanks for the SoundCloud listens!!! Your beats are helping me get through all of this!!!! #djfolami #chair9 are you doing a #quarantineMix for us folks who need the healing beats!? #aspen #Covid_19” — @aspenaidan
“Happy Birthday to Rock Goddess @StevieNicks! We are counting down the days until JAS Labor Day Experience 2021, where we can see you bring “Landslide” back to its birthplace. #Aspen” — @JazzAspen
Thank you @AspenPolice for your service, for your community caring, for your thoughtful touch in difficult times. I’ve met many of you over the past decade in #Aspen & you’re truly role models for other communities.” — @Freidheim
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