Tweet all about it: If Jerry says so …
ASPEN – Each week we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and publish them on Sunday.Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:• “Jerry Says it’s Snowing in Aspen. Hope to ride by Jerry Shrine tomorrow afternoon on Ajax.” – @Kingyoga• “Just seen carrot top puking. Ahhh aspen” – @redrobaz• “We flew right in between the mountains. Aspen is beautiful!” – @GraceSaballos• “Flying out of Aspen and landing in Denver a half hour early on a snowy day feels like a huge victory.” – @audreysherry• “In other news, hot wind from Texas melts Aspen snow, improving training conditions for middle-aged triathletes.” – @billgifford• “Hitting the Aspen as a tourist. I need to find stuff with Aspen on it. I named my horse Aspen after Aspen!” – @Tayloraspen317• “At this moment, Papa Fesler is skiing down the slopes of Aspen. How I wish my Friday were spent. Lucky kid” – @safesler• “Thanks Laettner, for ordering ASPEN EXTEME 5 times a day for a month straight. Had to sell all our balls to pay the PayPerView bill (Malone)” – @1992DreamTeam• “I’ve been to the glorious mountains of Ann Arbor & skied down the slopes of Aspen, but i tell u what, Would take Gulmarg over them ANY DAY” – @juansmindThe Aspen Times is on Twitter as well. Simply type in “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces, please) in the search bar and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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