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Tweet All About It: The colors of fall

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.

“Have you ever wondered why some aspens turn red in the fall? Check out this article from Ned Rozell of @UAFGI for the answer! #aspen #aspens #aspenleaves #fallcolors #geophysical #geophysicalinstitute #universityofalaskafairbanks #science” – @ACESaspen

“Fall has flung! #Aspen #fallcolors wow!” – @aspenaidan



“Really didn’t want to leave. The most beautiful scenery ever. #aspen” – @shannonTabor10

“This time of year in #colorado is absolutely #beatufil as the trees turn gold & yellow, sometimes a light red and the #river is #calm #aspen #peacefulplace” – @justleon





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