Tweet All About It Aspen: Travel aches
Each week we pick our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets about Aspen (at least those that are printable) and publish them on Sunday’s page A2 in their unedited form. Here’s what we found last week:
“Hey @RFTA… Why are the BRT busses stopping at 8th street in #Aspen? That’s not an advertised stop and now I’m late for work!” — @kmorian
“Insult to injury. Delayed @united flight from Denver to Aspen may depart even later. Monitor system just blue screened and reloaded.” — @brianaengle
“Third delay and fifth gate change for the flight to Aspen. I could have driven there by now.” — @djglass
“Hey #Flotus, I hear that snow is made of water. Perhaps you can confirm that with a weekend trip to Aspen this winter.” — @CarlToddHand
“Thanks @DwightHoward for a few days of great workouts in Aspen!! Headed back home now! #maroonbells” —@JLin7
I wanna live on a mountain in Aspen or Vail or just anywhere really in Colorado it’s perfect.” — @RRustutterin
“Something awesome about writing a check for $57K to @AspenSnowmass so all our employees and shred snow all season long!” — @coreyE_Aspen
“And the football players flock like the salmon of capustrano. I’m talking about a little place called ASPEN, Les.” — @lukejohnson44
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For anybody who lives here on the Western Slope, “Wireless” will likely conjure up some bad memories of winter trips westbound on Interstate 70, when Eisenhower Tunnel closures left you stranded, when you sit parked waiting for an accident to clear for hours worried you’d run out of gas, or — as is the case with Andy — when you took a bad detour or shortcut.