Tweet All About It: Living up to its reputation |

Tweet All About It: Living up to its reputation

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 admit, I have skied little since moving to #FortCollins from #Aspen nearly 30 years ago, by way of #Chicago. #twoplankwanker“ – @TwoDrunkMonkies

“ha. i’m in the crowd avoidance business. in #aspen we dont have too many lines, but we r used 2 the VIP treatment for some & avg joe treatment for others.” – @AspenSpin

“#Aspen was AMAZING! So grateful to spend time up there with my dear friends @shonhopwood and @AnnMarieHopwood” – @edontess171

“#Aspen state of mind.” – @kristin_hurd

“Aspen, CO really lives up to its name when fall rolls around” – @NaturalRetreats

“In Aspen, Colo., some fans of fall foliage go to extremes for a spectacular view – namely, jumping off a cliff above a sea of autumnal oranges, reds, yellows and golds. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports on paragliding in a leaf peeper’s paradise.” – @ACESaspen

“Would you go on a paraglide in CO to view the fall foliage from above? #Aspen #LeafPeeper” – @robinkoretsky

“Hitting the mean streets of #Aspen” – @MissBeauDunn

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