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Tweet All About It: Wedding bells and Super Bowls

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.

“After a crazy flight I finally reached #Aspen on Sunday to unveil a new public sculpture this wk. It was a lovely coincidence to be sitting next to the curators @aspenartmuseum on the flight.” — @Nicola_Anthony

“Jonesing for some Fall. Best places to visit this week or next? #TT #TravelTuesday #FallColors #Colorado #Aspen @Sony @SonyAlpha @Colorado Follow @forestservice & @interior for some hints. @dericsg” — @Valerotti

“The seasons must be changing in the high country! @Arapahoe_Basin has started testing their snow guns and they are making snow! @AspenSnowmass has beautiful fall colors as does @WinterPark!” — @ColoradoSkiUSA

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“I love that @jlo let the announcement about the Super Bowl come out this week to distract everyone from her wedding to @AROD this weekend #aspen #jlo #arod” — @alynnspencer

“When I die, I want to become an aspen tree.” — @shamanmountain

“Aspen is amazing I’ve heard. I love Telluride. Everywhere is pretty great if you hit it at the right time.” — @LaurenCBS4

The Aspen Times can be found on Twitter, as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.


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