Tweet all about it: Where’s it at?
ASPEN – Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and publish them on Sunday. Here’s what we found – in their unedited form – last week.- “Another great day in #Aspen. You better get out there &ski. Sun, snow & views; what’s there to complain about?” – @AspenMeadows – “Landing in Aspen now! Wish there was more snow. We had to circle for 45 min to get a parking place!” – @jrridinger- “Aspen, the water consumption makes me pee every twenty minutes” – @jackiekashian- “Snow is terrible in Aspen do I’m off for a hike with diesel and the gang.” – @christianschauf- “Awesome dinner at Matsuhisa tonight in #Aspen that place satisfies every time” – @abwolf88- “aspen is the most expensive place to live in the states, average home is 6 million?!” – @aishaaahmed – “Had one of the most epic days skiing today at @highlandsbowl. Thanks to @SteepSkiing for riding with us & happy birthday as well!” – @RyanOrr13_ “I would pick the one week to go to aspen when it’s 50 degrees and no snow” – @KjPRry- “Last day in #Aspen and still more rocks than snow. Oh well, I might as well milk that $5 rental insurance for all its worth.” – @carninejoannaThe Aspen Times is available on Twitter as well: Simply type in “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces, please) and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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