New Hangout

Photos by Brittney Lohmiller/The Herald
With their fishing poles in tow, Gabe Cathcart, left, Clay Letterman, both 11, and Nate Luke, 12, all of Jasper, spent Tuesday evening enjoying one of the ponds at The Parklands in Jasper. “We all live within walking distance of here,” Clay said. “I’ve been here every day since it opened.”

 

Nate fished from one of the ponds at the Parklands in Jasper. "It's a beautiful time to fish," Nate said.

 

Nate, left, Clay and Gabe fished below the bridge.



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