Tweet All About It: Merry Aspen
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.
• “So happy to be in Aspen! So beautiful here during the holidays!” — @ParisHilton
• “Traffic jam in Aspen. Government spokesperson says culprit is too many cars.” —@marcosthecuban
• “Who wants to go to Aspen for a weekend and ski/snowboard and get a cabin and sip hot coco near the fireplace and get drunk and play games?” — @PrezLife
• “ok here we go again on #unitedairlines travelling to Aspen from yyz via Denver. Please @united do not lose my bag this time” — @azrudson
• “I wish I was in Aspen in some shelter drinking hot chocolate on an a balcony overlooking the mountains.” — @giorgionardini
• “Met and had a nice chat with a Malaysian uncle in a random bakery here in Aspen. What he’s done with his life is so opposite to most others.” — @shanggarganesh
• “I asked for Xgames Aspen tickets for Christmas.. plz santa” — @tone_tone979
• “For 1% only, Tkts start at $255.00 @realTenacious D w/ Sasquatch @ Belly Up Aspen on Dec 28 (local workers too poor)” — @DaliDager
• “Aspen Country Day School sends my fam Christmas cards and Park Tudor doesn’t. That’s when u know.” — @Csogard620
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Glenwood Springs is seeing more bear conflicts than any other area in the Roaring Fork Valley. “Glenwood is probably the busiest area from Vail to Aspen for bears. I don’t exactly know why,” said one Colorado Parks and Wildlife game warden. “It’s usually Aspen — they’re usually the busiest, but for this year it seems to be Glenwood.”