Sliding Toward Spring

Photos by Carolyn Van Houten/The Herald
Kayla Brown, 10, left, and her cousin Mya Brown, 6, both of Jasper, climbed on the playground equipment Wednesday at Robert E. Parker Park in Jasper. “They thought it was finally park weather today, but it is still a bit cold,” said Mya’s mother, Amy Brown. High temperatures are forecast for the 50s and 60s today through Tuesday.
Kayla Brown, 10, left, threatened to throw a snowball at her cousin Mya Brown, 6, both of Jasper, while playing at park Wednesday.
Mya Brown of Jasper, 6, wrote her name in the snow Wednesday at Robert E. Parker Park in Jasper.
Kayla Brown, 10, left, and her cousin Mya Brown, 6, both of Jasper, dug in the dirt with play equipment Wednesday.



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