Tweet All About It: An abrupt end to winter
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.
Alpine Ace Hardware is changing their hours of operation. Staring 3/23/2020 everyday of the week the store will be opened from 8am to 5pm. #aspen #acehardware #roaringforkvalley — @aspen_ace
Five jobs I’ve had: 1. Surf, Sail & Wakeboard Instructor in #SanDiego 2. Editorial Assistant at @Zoetrope_Mag for Francis Coppola 3. Swim & Racquet Club Lifeguard 4. #Aspen’s Worst Bartender at @AspenCO‘s Best Restaurant 5. Part-time/Freelance Writer — @GFitzsimmons
Here in the hot zone of #Aspen, all is relatively calm for now. All @aspenskico & @skisunlight lifts are shuttered, mid-winter. If history does that thang it tends to do & we get 6” of snow, 10,000 stir-crazy, over-caffeinated ski freaks will lose their shit: worlds 1st ski riot — @corbywrites
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I miss the days when I could turn on @aspenpubradio and hear local DJ’s spinning sweet tunes. Aspen Hotwax, Jazz from Aspen, etc. #bringthemusicback #aspen #co — @GarrowJessica
Had a great first , and last , day today. We’ll be back next year #Aspen #COVIDー19 #CancelEverythingNow — @mkahl66
WOW! We are adding this one to our bucket list. #MaroonBells are two famous peaks in the Elk Mountains a little outside of #Aspen, Colorado. We can only imagine how peaceful it is there. — @Authenticity50
Finally made it to #Aspen #Mountain #Colorado . So pretty the pictures dont do it justice!!! #ski #skitown #snow #slopes — @lovetrish
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Firefighters and other first responders cannot afford to have their agencies decimated by the coronavirus. The sheriffs of Pitkin and Eagle counties enacted stage one fire bans effective Saturday to reduce the risk of wildland fires and congregating of first responders.