Tweet All About It: Bowling for 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’s page A2.
• “I feel like just going up to Aspen or Vail and spending the weekend chillin by a fire watching it snow” — @mim_just1
• “$35 and a six pack to my name. Plus the annuity from Father, my private equity investments, and the condo in Aspen. Six pack!” — @jimatdeltaco
• “dumb got me dumber so I’m headed out to aspen” — @waveyhoops15
• “I’m on a plane full of Senior Citizens heading to Aspen from San Diego, pretty sure I’m the youngest on here. — @james_vaughn
• “You think you’ve gone on nice vacations until you find out there’s hotels in Aspen that provide complimentary usage of a fleet of Audis” — @aedwards
• “‘Chuck C. Johnson for Congress’” could be our generation’s “‘Hunter Thompson for Mayor of Aspen’” — @Thinkieceur
• “Thank you Challenge Aspen CAMO Women’s Retreat for an unforgettable week. You are an amazing organization that TRULY cares about veterans!” — @SilencedNoMore_
• “It’s officially winter in #Aspenwhen the#PowerOf4 is in full force. We’ll be banging out bowl laps soon, folks.” — @Aspen82
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