Tweet All About It: Shiny happy people
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.
• “Great to sit in #Aspen on final day in the mountains & listen in on @jfederations board of trustees call. So many exciting things happening.” — @eshanken
• “If you appreciate the natural scenic beauty, the City of Aspen is the place to be!” — @Snowmassrealtor
• “Meanwhile, David Petraeus, who leaked classified information to his mistress, is giving talks at the Aspen Institute.” — @LailaLalami
• “After a lovely summer vacation spent hiking in Aspen, I’m off and running with a new series set in Regency England.” — @BessGreenfield
• “To travel is to live! Today we are traveling to Aspen Colorado for a trunk show at Elliot Yeary Gallery.” — @Heather_B_Moore
• “It chooses you. Sometimes it consumes you. My favorite things #MirandaJuly @aspenartmuseum champagne. Lattes. #Aspen” — @MarandaPleasant
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