Tweet all about it: All about Aspen
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 form – last week:• “I can’t support my family …’s decision to vacation in Aspen this spring instead of Miami.” – @BrotherMadeIt• “how is a SMALL coffee w milk $4 dollars at ink in aspen?! ridiculous. jeez.” – @greengirlginna• “I like the name aspen. I had a friend in the eigth grade named Aspen, but she switched to the darkside mid semester” – @cuddlekaf • “13′ inches of snow was reported at top of Snowmass. Aspen/Snowmass looking good for World Cup Nov. 24-25!” – @JenniferBroome• “Well going to go to Aspen on Thanksgiving weekend to watch some Women’s World Cup Downhill skiing!!!!! Go Team USA!!!!!” – @Sberry84730• “Starting now, Aspen/Snowmass is using captured methane to create all the power they use. Very cool.” – @PowderMagazine• I want to live in Aspen and go to the same little coffee shop every single day and read century old books and never stop smiling. – @timberjaebeach• “Good news, if my arm holds up…Aspen trip in the spring! Sweet Jesus snowboarding I’ve missed you” – @alexandra_kai• “Acting, Presenting, comedy, voiceovers, events & now I’m going to be a travel nanny…Aspen here we come…can life get any better :0” – @theleannestottThe Aspen Times is on Twitter as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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