Tweet All About It
Aspen, CO Colorado
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.
Here’s what we found – in their unedited, unspellchecked form – last week.
• “Amazingly enough I found a place in Aspen for $80. Though it does look straight out of Austin Powers. Whatever, its base camp for hiking.” – ERuns
• “It is still trippin me out that there is still snow on the mountains out here in Aspen” – Coonta_Ken_Tay
• “The drive from Denver to Aspen is unbelievable. Kansas on the other hand can suck it.” – Jess2Willoughby
• “Aspen is an amazing place! Can’t wait to see this place in the winter time. Outing today is for Aspen Junior Golf Foundation!” – BillyHo_Golf
• “Right or wrong (timing that is) I am heading to #Aspen today for the weekend. Can’t let the market get in the way of life in the mountains.” – trdraaron
• “If you want to conquer your fear of heights and narrow roads, the Continental Divide road between Leadville and Aspen is the way to go.” – 312Will
• “What Happens in Aspen stays in Aspen. Simple as that.” – GusMaldonadoS
• “When the world ends, I’d like to be in Aspen. With a big bottle of bubbly.” – KatKham
• “At our mountain retreat somewhere near #Aspen CO…you won’t find me no matter how hard you look…let’s keep it that way!” – lackbear91
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