Snow day is no day to waste

Posted 11/4/19

After two days of snow, Castle Rock residents enjoyed some fun outdoors on Oct. 30, braving frigid temperatures to sled and snowboard on neighborhood hills. The Douglas County School District closed …

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Snow day is no day to waste

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After two days of snow, Castle Rock residents enjoyed some fun outdoors on Oct. 30, braving frigid temperatures to sled and snowboard on neighborhood hills. The Douglas County School District closed school on Oct. 30 after a storm swept through the Front Range.

Parents Zach and Sarah Nagle hunkered down in their truck while daughters Londyn, 8, and Kylee, 6, went sledding on a nearby hill with friend Mia Openheimer, 8, in Butterfield Park. It's their favorite place to sled, Sarah said.

On the same hill, Payton Walker, 15, enjoyed the day off from school by snowboarding with friends for several hours in the park.

“Whenever it snows, whenever we have the chance,” he said.

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