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Routt County in photos: August 1, 2013

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Guitarist Jay Roemer, of the Old Town Pickers, jams with mandolin player Eric Baker during Music on the Green on Thursday afternoon at Yampa River Botanic Park. Photo by John F. Russell

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Peter and Patty Duke represent Point6 at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Grant Fenton, left, and Chad Harkins represent PowerICE at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Lindsay Donovan, left, and Caitlyn Colgan represent Sweetwood Cattle Co. at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Les Wong, from left, Molly Cuffe and Steve Metcalf represent SmartWool at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Jon Winkelblech, from left, and Nate Bird represent Honey Stinger as they pose with Big Agnes' Len Zanni at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Amanda Brotman, left, and Peter Hall represent Hala at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Jen Shea, left, and Rich Hager represent Honey Stinger and Big Agnes, respectively, at the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Paige Boucher and Erin Brosterhous, of Steamboat’s Inside Out PR, and Barry Smith, of Mountain Sports Kayak School, attend the Outdoor Retailer Summer Market trade show from July 31 to Aug. 3 in Salt Lake City. Photo by Eugene Buchanan

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Local ceramic artist Julie Anderson will have her work featured at Rumor Designs during this month’s First Friday Artwalk. Photo by John F. Russell

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Local ceramic artist Julie Anderson will have her work featured at Rumor Designs during this month’s First Friday Artwalk. Photo by John F. Russell

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This multiple-exposure photo shows pitcher Keegan Cancelosi, who plays for the U13 Steamboat Sailors baseball team, hurling a pitch toward the plate during Thursday's game against the Crushers, from Danville, Calif. The Sailors lost that game, 14-6, as well as their second game of the day, 12-2, to Jaha Baseball. The Steamboat team will play Friday in Craig. The Triple Crown World Series continues through Sunday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Banjo player Von Wilson and the Old Town Pickers entertain a large crowd at Yampa River Botanic Park on Thursday afternoon as part of the Music on the Green concert series. The concert series continues Aug. 8 with Paul Potyen and Aug. 15 with Missed the Boat. Photo by John F. Russell

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Seminars at Steamboat speaker Ambassador Robin Raphel on Thursday provided a broad look at Pakistan from its promising beginning in 1947 to a country plagued with violence and economic instability today. Raphel said the country has seen promising developments in education, the courts and other civic institutions as well as in improved relations with neighboring countries Afghanistan and India. Joseph E. Cosby/courtesy

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At the Seminars at Steamboat on Thursday night, Ambassador Robin Raphel provided a broad look at Pakistan from its promising beginning in 1947 to a country plagued with violence and economic instability today. However, Raphel said, there are promising developments in education, courts and other civic institutions and also in bettering relations with neighboring countries Afghanistan and India. Joseph Cosby/Courtesy

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At the Seminars at Steamboat on Thursday night, Ambassador Robin Raphel provided a broad look at Pakistan from its promising beginning in 1947 to a country plagued with violence and economic instability today. However, Raphel said, there are promising developments in education, courts and other civic institutions and also in bettering relations with neighboring countries Afghanistan and India. Joseph Cosby/Courtesy

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At the Seminars at Steamboat on Thursday night, Ambassador Robin Raphel provided a broad look at Pakistan from its promising beginning in 1947 to a country plagued with violence and economic instability today. However, Raphel said, there are promising developments in education, courts and other civic institutions and also in bettering relations with neighboring countries Afghanistan and India. Joseph Cosby/Courtesy

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Rainbow over the barn. Submitted by: Dave Peregoy

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Photo of fireweed in Flat Tops Wilderness hiking the trail to Devil's Causeway on August 1, 2013. Pretty, pretty! Submitted by: Georgianne Nelson

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Steamboat Today photographer John Russell captures the action at the Strings' "Music on the Green" concert at the Botanic Gardens featuring the Old Town Pickers. Submitted by: George Fargo

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Submitted by: Carolyn Culp

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Submitted by: Carolyn Culp

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Bee on a flower on a ranch in Hayden on Tuesday. Submitted by: Marie-Beth Cheezem

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Joe Bell, of La Grande, Ore., left Steamboat Springs on Friday morning pushing his belongings in a cart over Rabbit Ears Pass after talking to youth groups here about resisting bullying. Bell is walking across America while healing himself after the loss of his teenage son, Jadin, to suicide in February. Photo by Tom Ross

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Bee on a flower on a ranch in Hayden on Tuesday. Submitted by: Marie-Beth Cheezem

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Posted. Submitted by: Delle Jones

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