Tweet All About It: Aspen extremities
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.
• “Can anything beat a sunny day in Aspen? It’s going to be tough to leave here this afternoon” — @johnwoodRTR
• “Our little Chihuahua, Aspen, still loves romping around in the snow! It brings out the puppy in her!” —@joegagnonnews
• “The Aspen’s so big in colorado that rent would be a good 3k a month” — @Young_Peezy
• “I said I wouldnt travel anywhere international for 3 months … I lied! Aspen in March!” —@jimmy_boone210
• “What’s your favorite quote from #AspenExtreme? Our vote: ‘#Skiing’s the easy part, Karl.’” — @Aspen82
• “Flight cancelled into Aspen on our way here and now flight cancelled on our way out. Thanks Mother Nature.” — @DorothyBurns
• “Awsome day at #Aspen skiing with the @MirantisIT crew and @GretchenBleiler. Fantastic!” — @Ronenkofman
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Wildlife officials: Even with abundant natural foods for bears around Aspen, people need to secure sources
An abundant bounty of natural food is expected for bears around the Aspen area but serviceberry, choke cherry and acorns are generally maturing late because of all the snow last winter and a wet, cool spring. Wildlife officers stress that even with abundant natural food available, people need to eliminate food sources for bruins because they will always go for an easy meal.