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4:25 AM Tue, Nov. 20th

<I>Can summer be far behind?</I><BR>Balmy weather suits spring breakers

Courier photos/Hilary Eller

Kenzie Kaper, 6, a kindergartner at Lincoln Elementary School in Prescott, takes a break on the 17th hole at Castle Golf while she waits for her brother Jonah, 8, below, a first-grader at Lincoln Elementary School in Prescott, and her father, Bertrand, to take their turns.

Twelve-year-old Glassford Hill Middle School sixth-grader Jason Huff said he plans on spending time with his cousins (a few of whom were at the Skate Park, too) this week.

Chris Lindsay, a 19-year-old BMHS senior said he's going to "come skateboard" all the time during Spring break. He likes "doing tricks," he said.

John Stobbe, a 28-year-old Yavapai College student, said he's not on Spring break until next week, but managed to get some skate time in Monday between school and work.

Though Stobbe skates a couple times a week, he said, "not as much as I wish."

He said he hopes the weather will be as nice next week, during the college's Spring break as it was Monday.