Tweet All About it: Sick days in 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.
• “Of course the Aspen kid takes a pull of fireball on the ski lift nice lmao” — @dmcnevin2
• “Can it just be next weekend? So excited for Aspen and the X-Games” —@aspenrob12
• “Love Gay Ski Week in Aspen. Girls are working it!! @ Aspen Mountain Gondola” — @BelindaMossMUA
• “I’ll always remember screaming my head off for him when he won the DH here in Aspen. Ski in peace, Billy.” — @NINhilista
• “The entitled Aspen local is indeed worse than the tourist, because they know better.” — @nordictrecker •
“Leaving for Aspen on Tuesday for the X Games. Its gonna be so sick! And then it’s off to the land of sunshine and palm trees” — @T_Hinds2
• “Aspen Mt. found a pop-up to suit them perfectly: a secret champagne & caviar bar debuts President’s Weekend, changing locations each weekend” — @LillyGoLightly
• “Sickest run of my life. Aspen highlands is legendary. The bowl was crazy” — @skyfly_
• “Good morning Aspen! The air is thin and so am I” — @Youure_Welcome
• “#twentyonepilots we can’t wait to see you in Aspen, CO! We’re coming from Cali just to see you!” — @DodySara7
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