Tweet All About It: Fall colors fill up time lines
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’m so glad we are on the cool side of this crazy October weather!! #fall #fallcolors #aspen — @KathyPeek7
“Finally the #Aspen all-purpose shoe! No more breaking an ankle tripping down the mall in stilettos. The shoe that takes you from breakfast at the #Whotel to closing time at the #CaribouClub.” — @SusannaAspen
“Missing #Aspen #Colorado #atv #adventure once I was at the top stress/anxiety just blew away in the wind” — @elyse_zuber
“Brilliant fall color is a short drive up Independence Pass to the Continental Divide. And that alpine lake! Is there anything better?” — @MyLocalUniverse
“Great panel and presentation last night at @MtnChaletAspen about longevity and self-care! Big thanks to @AspenHospital and @TheAspenTimes #Aspen #WednesdayWisdom #HealthyLiving PS- our buddy @Shaffronious dropped some thoughtful perspectives” — @AspenOutfitting
“The finale of the Maroon bells traverse. Incredible day w incredible peep on an iconic mountain. Building that life resume. #14ers #aspen #mountains” — @Patrick_G_Roy
“Aspen Mountain holding on to its fall colors a little longer while it awaits the big time snowfalls coming soon. #Aspen #fallcolors #ski” — @Shebiegirl
“An aspen: “This is the only time of year we get noticed.” #aspen #colorado” — @trivialdaydream
The Aspen Times can be found on Twitter, as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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