Tweet All About It: It must be summer
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets about Aspen (at least those that are printable) and publish them on Sunday’s page A2.
Here’s what we found, in their unedited form this week:
• “Thank u @Martina for introducing me 2 Aspen 25 yrs ago- met Andy, had 3 wonderful sons, 2nd home! Indebted!!” — @ChrissieEvert
• “Someone should bottle the smell of #Aspen after the rain.” — @doriegreenspan
• “O.k., the Bachanalian #FWClassic is over and Monday is upon us. Time to rise and shine, detox and cleanse! it’s beautiful out there #Aspen!” — @HappeningNAspen
• “Dumb & Dumber: The scene at the bar in Aspen where Jim Carrey get’s excited about landing on the moon was completely improvised.” — @ActorTrivia
• “Beautiful day in Aspen. Relaxing, drinking coffee & enjoying the morning. I needed the break” — @MichelleBredine
• “Rocking a couple shows in Aspen this weekend! Gonna be a good time” — @oMgitsTTF
• “It’s a long way home to Starwood in Aspen, My sweet Rocky Mountain paradise.” — @barry_horgan
• “Geeked to be doing a pool party in Aspen with @djnakag. Party is every Sunday from 11-3 and ill be making bi-weekly appearances!” — @thedjtrizz
• “Off to Aspen tomorrow for the Colorado Book Awards. I wish we could all win” — @PamMingle
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