Tweet All About It: Aspen flight
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.
• “Bluebird. Powder. Day off. Sometimes things work out. @ Aspen Mountain” — @kristinbraga
• “Trying a new sammy today…. The El Paso. (@ Grateful Deli in Aspen, CO)” — @tapioniskanen
• “Yesterday I wanted to be in #NOLA and today I want to be in #Aspen.” — @mirandawrites2
• “If I could pick any bougie arts festival to go to it’d be Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, with Sundance Film Festival as a close second.” — @lepoubellee
• “#hikerchat A4) Maroon Bells outside of Aspen. A rube from KY complained there were just mtns, no maroon bells. I wanted to put leeches on him.” — @JWozer61
• “Still stuck in Aspen. Flight so overbooked they’re offering $1,200 credit to switch. Everyone’s so desperate to GTFO that no one’s biting.” — @StacyDeVera
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