Tweet all about it: Bring it on
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:• “winter plans: a little place called aspen. hehe” – @caitlinalexis10• “My parents met Hugh Hefner while they were in Aspen, Colorado… Lucky bastards.” – @kma2014• “Aspen, Colorado. Population: white people.” – @aMj89• “It’s freakin’ freezing here in Boulder. Time for me to get back to the mind climate of Aspen” – @tesssweaver• “First day on the Aspen scene. Guess I should go get a job and a bear whistle.” – @MollyMcFlyy• “I like how CNN uses a picture of aspen to represent Colorado. ATTN OUTSIDERS: Aspen does not represent Colorado.” – @AwfullyBrittish• “Aspen’s airport is the scariest place to land in the country. Truthfully nestled in the Rocky Mountains” – @erin_oh_really• “Michelle diverted the jet to Aspen. Might as well start that ski vacation early.” – @IngrahamAngle• “No puedo esperar para ver los ‘winter X Games’ en Aspen” – @Miguel_Busti• “I had completely forgotten the drug dealing subplot in ASPEN EXTREME.” – @troniks• “Nice and cold in aspen. Let the snow fall so I can shred the shit outta you this year” – @JHartt52• “There is a #bear outside my office! Just another day in a place called #aspen @ Aspen Sports” – @aspensportsales• “‘Bold & the Beautiful’soap is taping in Aspen, paragliding & being dramatastic” – @ByClaireMartinThe Aspen Times is on Twitter as well. Simply type in “TheAspenTimes” on Twitter (no spaces), and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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