Tweet All About It: Only in Aspen
Aspen, CO, Colorado
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.
Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week:
• “In Aspen, Colorado, it is prohibited for catapults to be fired at buildings” – @OMGFacts
• “Shopping in aspen… I’m literally in my glory!!! Never ever want to come home” – @jessicamenta
• “There are cops lining the road going into Aspen with radars looking to give tickets so slow the hell down.” – @UTSAprobz
• “Long day tomorrow but ready to end it in Aspen! Get at me, mountainous beauty.” – @danae_michele
• “Getting stoked for Golden Leaf Half on Sat. Snowmass to Aspen on Govt trail. Should be spectacular. Hell yes” – @Laura_Tobin
• “Wow, saw a pretty big bear at City Market. I hope he brought his own bags!” – @mike_jahn:
• “Going to see Big Freedia tonight…transgendered performer…go Aspen…” – @dinomitejack
• “Saw Aspen CO today, beautiful town, but expensive as hell!” – @thatguy_guthrie
• “Wanna go skiing down a slope in Aspen while listening to ‘Black Betty’ Whooaa BBlack Betty!! – @Rohmayo
• “Made the Aspen Times today! Not for plumbing but for some mountain bike trail maintenance..” – @aussieplumbing
• “Rosh Hashanah in Aspen. L’shanah Tovah!” –
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