Finding Balance

Photos by Heather Rousseau/ The Herald
Andrew Franklin, 12, left, Daven Shelton, 9, and Brandon Martindale, 14, rode their Ripsticks as Dillon Carpenter, 12, rode a skateboard while hanging out near their Jasper homes Monday evening. “To stay up you have to have good balance and move your back foot more,” said Franklin when describing the difference between a two-wheeled RipStik and a four-wheeled skateboard.

 


Dillon Carpenter, 12, left, Andrew Franklin, 12, Daven Shelton, 9, and his brother, Dayton, 12, took a break from riding around in the street near their Jasper homes Monday evening.



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