Tweet all about it: And here comes the snow – at last |

Tweet all about it: And here comes the snow – at last

Aspen Times staff reportAspen, CO, Colorado

ASPEN – Each week we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and publish them on Sunday.Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week.• “After a dry winter, my prayers have been answered w/ 14” new snow in Aspen. Hope they save some powder for us…We’ll be there tomorrow!” – @NPRben • “The stars align. End up in Aspen on a powder morning, and just heard the plug for my show tonight with @SisterHazelBand on the mountain!” – @toddcarey • “Folks are coming back to the hotel with smiles on their faces & powder all over their #snow pants.14″ of pow in #Aspen in the last 24 hours!” – @TheLittleNell • “snowboarding in aspen is gonna be freaking amazing. one more month” – @LTreyC• “It’s Gay Ski Week in Aspen. I am being stared at like a steak in a butcher shop.” – @NateCosBOOM• “This time tomorrow, #Aspen you, me and that beer I hear that flows like wine!” – @KyleThorsen• “Mitt: ‘My mountaintop chalet in Aspen and 75,000 sq ft second home in Nantucket does too count as the real streets of America!'” – @scottnclearlakeThe Aspen Times is available on Twitter as well: Simply type in “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces, please), and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.

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