Tweet All About It: Here comes the sun
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 not the only optimistic person In Aspen! Just saw two guys cruise by on their road bikes working out!” — @kmsu1
• “Day 9: I now have a significant goggles tan. @Aspen/Snowmass-Colorado, USA” — @e_hatton
• “I will one day purchase a home in Aspen, Colorado. Book it.” —✔@JwDrivesAPrius
• “The plane at the gate right now is boarding for Aspen and I think how easy it would have been for Harry and Lloyd if only they had flown” — @burritoprophet
• “#Boogie’s in #Aspen #Colorado have the best curly frys” — @YeceniAcuna
• “No music at the Belly Up Aspen tonite, who wants to go to @AspenGrouper and get some jambalaya with a side of zydeco?” — @mskjellyfetti
• “So proud @AspenSnowmass today Signed Supreme Court Brief in Support of Same-Sex Marriage” — @awbeazley1
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Wildlife officials: Even with abundant natural foods for bears around Aspen, people need to secure sources
An abundant bounty of natural food is expected for bears around the Aspen area but serviceberry, choke cherry and acorns are generally maturing late because of all the snow last winter and a wet, cool spring. Wildlife officers stress that even with abundant natural food available, people need to eliminate food sources for bruins because they will always go for an easy meal.