Tweet all about it: Aspen trivia
The Aspen Times
Aspen, CO, Colorado
ASPEN – 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.
Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:
• “Did You Know? The world’s largest silver nugget was found in 1894, near Aspen, Colorado. It was 1,840 pounds.” – @InsiderPerks
• “When POTUS says he cares, ponder the $460,000 vacation he took to Aspen while you can’t afford insurance, food or gasoline.” – @DefendWallSt
• “Aspen. Mammoth. Whistler. Big Bear. In that order. [puts snowboard in shop]” – @iDMACC
• “My girlfriend of 3 years, @kelcieleigh, turns 21 today! I love you and can’t wait to celebrate with you in Aspen!” – @michaelyeh14
• “Missing my beloved friend so so very much this time of year as the snow begins its descent on beautiful Aspen.” – @bootGRL88
• “The downtown aspen coffee shop makes me feel like I’m in Colorado with all of the hippies and the downtown feel of Pagosa” – @kyliemccaleb
• “Adventures in Aspen! Saw two black bears in the middle if town less than 20 feet away!” – @RobotDinosaurz
• “The landrover witha bumper sticker for aspen also has a Mitt Romney sticker. Go figure” – @n410bery
• “Bariloche – Aspen Ski – La Plata!” – @Gonzalitocap
• “In the city you get cats. In Aspen you get bears.” – @WrenHoffmann
• “Every time I think of Aspen, Colorado, I think of Dumb and Dumber.” – @sapphireyes88
• “The Aspen leaves have all but turned to rusts and memories, a little snow has trickled over the western slopes, I just drank apple cider.” – @benpasley
• “Just hot boxed the aspen times office. Thank u unkle stew!” – @shitcharleysays
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Under bluebird skies with 160 acres under their boots, hundreds of skiers and snowboarders took to Aspen Mountain for opening day Wednesday.