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Routt County in photos for Dec. 1, 2012

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Second annual Wing Fest at The Tap House Sports Grill — well-known Sunpie's bartender Gooch fared the best in the "Can You Handle The Heat?" contest, eating six of the eight wings coated in a combination of Wing-Time Super Hot and Dave's Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce. While most contestants reached for a glass of milk to drink to cool the heat when they were done, Gooch went a different route, dumping the whole glass of milk on his head. Submitted by: Terry Brown

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Second annual Wing Fest at The Tap House Sports Grill — Wing-Time sales manager Dave Randles works on his first wing in the "Can You Handle The Heat?" portion of the Wing Fest. Submitted by: Terry Brown

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Second annual Wing Fest at The Tap House Sports Grill — Jeremiah Jackson and Wing-Time sales manager Dave Randles are ready to take on the "Can You Handle The Heat?' part of the event. Contestants had 10 minutes to eat eight wings made with a combination of Wing-Time Super Hot and Dave's Insanity Ghost Pepper Sauce. Submitted by: Terry Brown

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Second annual Wing Fest at The Tap House Sports Grill — the eventual winner of the "Amount Contest" ate 3.09 pounds of wings in 12 minutes. Submitted by: Terry Brown

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Tuesday's full moon. Submitted by: Liz Leipold

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Maggie McElhiney rehearses for “The Nutcracker” on Saturday at Elevation Dance Studio. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Dancers rehearse for “The Nutcracker” on Saturday at Elevation Dance Studio. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Olivia Satkiewicz, center, is joined by other dancers while rehearsing for “The Nutcracker” on Saturday at Elevation Dance Studio. Performances are Dec. 15 and 16 at Steamboat Springs High School, and tickets cost $10 to $13. Photo by Matt Stensland

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The downtown emergency services building houses Steamboat Springs Fire Rescue and the city's police department. The city will decide at a Dec. 18 meeting whether to sell the building. Photo by John F. Russell

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Runners leave the starting line during the Stride for the Glide running race Saturday at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Moving Mountains chef Karen McNish serves freshly baked scones to guests while Moving Mountains founder and President Robin Craigen pours afternoon tea. Photo by Tom Ross

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Falconhead Lodge is among the newest and largest private homes managed by Steamboat’s Moving Mountains Chalets. The home sleeps 14 and is 7,164 square feet. Jim Winn/courtesy

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