Tweet All About It: How they ski it
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.
• “Benefits of working in Aspen? Everyone owns something somewhere. Staying in a Penthouse Suite for the NYC Hairshow in March.” — @hi_imjordan
• “Want to sound like an #Aspen local? It’s #HighlandBowl at #AspenHighlands. Unreal powder posse day!” — @skyhotelaspen
• “@ABC7 they allow homeless people in Aspen?” — @BROY_1117
• “I love holidays in Aspen or Switzerland where they have great skiing. My secret? Never leave the lodge! #TheMuppets” — @MissPiggy
• “ASPEN! Come see an asshat when I visit your mountaintop town to A your Q’s on Sunday 12/20” — @ThatKevinSmith
• “The really dumb and numb ones are making their way back to Aspen. The dark period begins.” — @nordictrecker
• “Why am I the only person walking their dogs in #SoCal that doesn’t look like I’m skiing in aspen? Seriously. It’s not cold. It’s perfect.” — @iTenor
• “I don’t want to do a ski trip. I know I’d be terrible at skiing. Is there such a thing as a sledding resort? Aspen, the Alps, wherever.” — @SWilliamThomas
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