Tweet All About It: Sounding the horns
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen.
“Always a fun trip up to Aspen for the Xgames! ..with a pit stop in Breck of course. #Aspen #Breck” — @arossdaboss1
“Our A team stops for a great photo on the slopes after finishing the #ESPN #XGames #VIPChalet build in #Aspen. This snowy winter event is one of our favorite events of the year, we love the X Games.” — @1540production
“living my best life in #Aspen” — @tylalala
“It was over the top per usual. Thank you @xgames for letting me murder the thirst of the attendees. Another year in a place I love with peeps that I love. #aspen #xgames #liquiddeath #murderyourthirst” — @stixaround
“Listening to Allen #Dershowitz long winded montage of historical contradictions and ridiculous defenses of @POTUS really makes me want to push a crusty old white man into a crosswalk. And I’m in #Aspen –plenty to choose from.” — @elizayoyo
“Congratulations @alexferreiraski The horn at Brunelleschi’s was blaring as my 9 and 7 year old AVSC boys and the entire pizzaria were howling for you. Thank you for making my boys, @avscupdate AVSC, #Aspen, Colorado and @TeamUSA proud!” — @Freidheim
“The #sunset was absolute fire tonight in old #aspen town. Sometimes a great ski day and a banging sunset is what the souls needs.” — @aspenaidan
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