Tweet all about it: Bring it on
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:• “If I could be anywhere right now I’d be on a mountain top in aspen with my snowboard and some music” – @Burtonbum• “Tough luck out there.. #snowsnakes 🙁 good luck @lindseyvonn next race Aspen thanksgiving weekend” – @JuliaMancuso• “Aspen Skiing Company would like to notify you that the position of Snowmaker Level 1 has been filled.” – @DougFresh_53• “girl calls* ‘are you in Aspen?’… wrong number. I wish i was in Aspen geeez” – @Skoogmundo• “Before I die, I would like to cuddle up with someone special and watch the snow fall.” – @ThatBucketList #344. • “Aspen to import snow from West Virginia amid continued drought. Ski areas in West Virginia to open early” – @zuch72• “Iwanna go to Aspen’s ski resort, &get a cabin.. id look so cute in a ski suit, icnt ski bt ill have fun tryin lol” – @P_I_L_A_R_R_• “Hood River has gone upscale over the years, but “Aspen of the West?” first, isn’t Aspen already in the West” – @alex_craghead• “Aspen Art Museum stands by Lance Armstrong, continue 2 serve on board of directors. shows how out of touch they R with the aspen community.” – @velobabee• “Vail and Aspen. Ted Bundy had great choice when it came to location” – @KxHx13• “Can’t wait for a snow-covered Aspen! There’s nothing like flying down the mountain with a rock and roll playlist” – @RocknRollAspenThe Aspen Times can be found on Twitter as well. Simply type in TheAspenTimes on Twitter (no spaces, please) and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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