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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