Tweet all about it: Aspen dreaming |

Tweet all about it: Aspen dreaming

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:• “I always pack heat …pads for our ski trips in Aspen.” – @SuccessAndBlack• “super fat skis everywhere! as aspen locals prepare to get after the estimated foot-foot & a half on ajax… live the dream!” – @yessmiss• “Heading to Aspen? Set your cruise control for 14 mph Life in the fast lane. You can smoke a bong but take it slow” – @brasscitysteve• “Another great day in Aspen. Cold but perfect. See my stalkers on black diamond tomorrow. Catch me if you can. Tonight see you at Element 47” – @agirlhouston• “This guy I work with is so cute! He has a nice beard. I already married him in my mind. I’m currently tweeting from our honeymoon in Aspen.” – @HeyitsShar• “X-Games snowmobile rider Caleb Moore died today from injuries sustained during Aspen event. Makes u wonder how safe the X-Games really are.” – @alycatphotos• “Off to take a couple runs on fresh powder with one of Aspen’s top Brokers. Could be the best pow day of the year!!” – @AmongAspen• “So sad to hear about Caleb Moore’s death. I love the X Games but they do have to make some changes.” – @ctmarcom• “Guys, before you wear a scarf, ask yourself: have I seduced enough women in Aspen to deserve this?” – @ejbenjamin• “Oh Aspen, I liked you. You were good to me, with your stunning looks. Until next time.” – @natelampaThe 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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