Tweet All About It: Abuzz about Aspen history
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.
“#aspen is lucky to have such an amazing police department” — @Canak88
“Missing the outdoors #Aspen” — @TongTrading
“Cancelling @aspenideas didn’t stop the sharing of ideas. Subscribe to access @AspenInstitute programming weekly #aspen #aspenmeadows #meetingprofs” — @Djangobelle
“grateful to offer positive vibes for this insipring initiative by @Lucyleatucker and @TheAspenTimes #aspensilverlining – #Aspen #fwclassic #quarantinelife #AspenTimes @foodandwine” — @MarkOldman
“In 1936 Fiske, TJ Flynn & other friends worked to fulfill their dream of opening a ski lodge near Aspen, CO. Later in 1993 Fiske & Flynn were inducted into Aspen’s Hall of Fame for their influence to the area. @TheAspenTimes #Aspen #ww2 “ — @FiskeFoundation
“Whispering Jesse Fanny Hill Naked Lady We’re just talking about trail names! Aspen Snowmass has quite the list of strange tail names and a lot of them have a fun history.” — @ColoradoSkiUSA
“Incredible run/hike today to take advantage of our last warm and sunny day for a while. Saw lots of wonderful friendly trail etiquette, face masks, and distant socializing. Great job #aspen ! @ Aspen, Colorado” — @jonkelly
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Late July and August in the Roaring Fork Valley conjure up images of juicy size 10 and 12 green drakes on the Fryingpan, blanket PMD hatches on the Roaring Fork and prolific swarms of caddis almost everywhere.