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Nolte always draws a crowd

 - Nolte State Park proved popular, even during Sunday’s chilly hours. The park, identified for “mothball” status by the state’s Parks Department, had visitors like Dave and Lorri Stokke, who were enjoying a walk with Banjo the beagle; also stopping by Nolte, for the second day in a row, were Ron and Julie Wallace of Kent, who were trying their luck fishing from the dock. Due to tight budgets, it’s likely that Nolte will be closed this year and remain locked until the state economy turns around.  Photos by KevinHanson
— image credit: Nolte State Park proved popular, even during Sunday’s chilly hours. The park, identified for “mothball” status by the state’s Parks Department, had visitors like Dave and Lorri Stokke, who were enjoying a walk with Banjo the beagle; also stopping by Nolte, for the second day in a row, were Ron and Julie Wallace of Kent, who were trying their luck fishing from the dock. Due to tight budgets, it’s likely that Nolte will be closed this year and remain locked until the state economy turns around. Photos by KevinHanson

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