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Routt County in photos: June 9

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Our morning visitor in Strawberry Park. Submitted by: Chula Beauregard

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Emily, from Denver, plays with Tonka's at the Hahn's Peak Roadhouse. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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The farmers market and ReTree Steamboat on Saturday. Submitted by: Matthew Grasse

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Brittany Brown and Willie clear an obstacle Saturday at the Cayuse Classic. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Arielle Gold looks ahead for the next jump even as her horse clears an obstacle Saturday during the Cayuse Classic at Sidney Peak Ranch near Steamboat Springs. The event drew about two dozen riders for a series of competitions. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The Rotary Trail provides sweet views of Routt County and Sleeping Giant. It’s not about the views, however. Instead, the draw is the sweeping, rolling terrain carefully morphed into a trail that’s not too challenging. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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A long string of banked turns on the second half of the trail make for some swift downhill fun, even for the nervous. Photo by Laura Trabka

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Participants help out at the 3rd annual ReTree Steamboat, held at Steamboat Ski Area and Howelsen Hill. Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Participants help out at the 3rd annual ReTree Steamboat, held at Steamboat Ski Area and Howelsen Hill. Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Participants help out at the 3rd annual ReTree Steamboat, held at Steamboat Ski Area and Howelsen Hill. Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Participants help out at the 3rd annual ReTree Steamboat, held at Steamboat Ski Area and Howelsen Hill. Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Participants help out at the 3rd annual ReTree Steamboat, held at Steamboat Ski Area and Howelsen Hill. Andrea Jehn Kennedy/Courtesy

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Steamboat Springs resident Frank Dolman uses a drill with an auger attachment Saturday to quickly create holes for planting baby trees in the rock-filled surface of Howelsen Hill as part of ReTree Steamboat 2012. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Steamboat Springs resident Kym Rudnick plants a baby pine tree Saturday morning at Howelsen Hill as part of ReTree Steamboat 2012. Photo by Vicky Ho

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The Bee Attitudes celebrate Saturday after winning the costume contest at the Community Spelling Bee. Pictured are, back row from left, team members Tanna Brock with dog Colt, Stacey Libby and Nicole Moore and, front row from left, Austin Moore, 7, and Cassidy Moore, 8. Photo by Vicky Ho

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The Spellin' Fellas, from left, Gene Cook, Zach Schmidt and Mike Schmidt display their submission for the word autochthonous Saturday at the Community Spelling Bee. The team previously had challenged the spelling of a word that knocked it out of the preliminary round, and the challenge proved successful as spelling bee organizers decided to redo the round. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Council on Aging Executive Director Laura Schmidt, left, and Michael David Bauk confer with other Community Spelling Bee organizers Saturday to settle a spelling dispute. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Steamboat Springs City Council team members, from left, Laura LaMetterey, Meg Bentley and Walter Magill listen to the pronunciation of a word during Saturday's Community Spelling Bee. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Dressed in a beekeeper suit, Bud Romberg pronounces a word for competing teams at Saturday's Community Spelling Bee. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Bud Werner Memorial Library employee Mical Hutson prepares to start the clock Saturday during the preliminary rounds of the Community Spelling Bee. 3 No Trump took home top honors again in the second year of the competition. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Team 3 No Trump members and returning champions, from left, Rachel Pollack, Pauline Bouchard and Penny Deihl react after spelling "demurrage" correctly Saturday to win the Community Spelling Bee. Photo by Vicky Ho

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Former Steamboat Springs High School quarterback Austin Hinder prepares to throw a pass during practice at the University of California. Hinder is battling for the No. 3 quarterback spot. Cal Athletic Department/Courtesy

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Celia Dunham’s career with the Steamboat Springs School District started 34 years ago at Soda Creek Elementary School. In 1992, she started teaching at Strawberry Park and has served as principal since 2008. File photo

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Strawberry Park Elementary School Principal Dunham gets hugs from some of her students Thursday on the last day of school. After serving the Steamboat Springs School District for 34 years, Dunham now is looking forward to her retirement. Photo by Scott Franz

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Strawberry Park Elementary School Principal Dunham sits with students Thursday on the last day of school. Photo by Scott Franz

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Strawberry Park Elementary School students and teachers watch Principal Celia Dunham attempt to avoid an onslaught of water balloons Thursday on the last day of school. Dunham, who has served the Steamboat Springs School District for 34 years, will start her retirement next month. Photo by Scott Franz

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Steven Torres

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Eli Campbell demonstrates his ability to erect a Big Agnes tent solo Thursday evening during the Big Agnes/Honey Stinger/REI campout at Seedhouse Campground north of Clark. Campbell and his wife, Erin, had the tent on their wedding registry in 2010. Photo by Tom Ross

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The latest tents from Steamboat Springs-based Big Agnes dotted a meadow in the Seedhouse Campground on Thursday night in the Routt National Forest. The occasion was a party to entertain a lead buyer as well as inventory control specialists from REI. Big Agnes recently has acquired a new warehouse and office space in Steamboat and announced new hires to help it meet growing sales. Photo by Tom Ross

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