Tweet All About It: Sunny weather and fancy food
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.
“Spring of 2009, near end of season working a ski season out in Snowmass Village of #Aspen ~the Brothers Grille in the slopeside Silvertree Hotel… I enjoyed a couple of pleasant talks for a few days w/ @reba as her late lunch server. And #KurtRussell on my LAST day.” — @PurplePowr2020
“Just keep pedaling! We are getting closer to officially welcoming visitors to #Aspen… for now, we are sweating out the details of our new #guest #safety programs. See you soon!” — @AspenLodging
“If @avpbeach doesn’t happen this year, I feel Motherlode in Aspen will be loaded with beach volleyball pros! #beachvolleyball #aspen #letsgo” — @joyjoy_crna
“We’ll miss this year’s #Aspen #fwclassic Here’s this 2020’s class of #BestNewChefs Read how they want the #restaurant restaurant industry to change after #COVID-19 #food #wine” — @roving81611
“Daydreaming of warm, sunny days on the river… #AdventureAwaits #Aspen #Snowmass #BlazingAdventures” — @BlazingAdv
“Hello friends! If you were admitted to Aspen for the 2020 season, I have written a letter to the Aspen CEO asking that all admitted 2020 students be offered admission to the 2021 season, without an audition.” — @lucasancheztimp
“Bring #Aspen to your home by coloring for a cause. Order the #solotogether coloring book + your donation will be matched by Atelier Paula Crown @pahc benefiting @FeedingAmerica — @TheLittleNell
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Pitkin County’s vaccination roll-out continues Friday and Sunday and will include the newly-approved Johnson & Johnson vaccine.