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Routt County in photos: Jan. 3, 2013

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Christmas morning elk in our backyard. Submitted by: Carrie Requist

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K2 as seen from Concordia glacier in Pakistan. Steamboat Springs’ Dr. Eric Meyer traveled to climb K2 in summer 2008 and was on the mountain when falls and avalanches claimed 11 lives. K2 is the second-tallest mountain in the world, but it is considered the most difficult to climb. It has claimed nearly one life for every three who have reached its summit. Eric Meyer/Courtesy

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Eric Meyer sits atop Mount Everest in 2004. Meyer, who grew up climbing in Montana and Wyoming, topped Everest and also attempted another 8,000-meter peak before traveling in summer 2008 to attempt to climb K2 in Pakistan. He has said it’s difficult even to compare Everest to K2. The latter is considered the most difficult mountain in the world. Eric Meyer/Courtesy

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2000 Steamboat Springs High School graduate Adam Strong will be hanging his first show at Creekside Cafe & Grill. An opening takes place during First Friday Artwalk on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Django (Jamie Foxx) meets depraved plantation owner Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio) for the first time in “Django Unchained.” The movie is about a freed slave in the Deep South who teams with a bounty hunter to track down and rescue his wife. The Weinstein Co./courtesy

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Mama and baby elk enjoying the trees at Bud Werner Memorial Library. Submitted by: Erica Adams

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Sunset glow on Mount Werner. Submitted by: Mark Leidy

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Newfoundland Kai loving the powder in Steamboat Springs!

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"Chilled" aspens on Westside at Steamboat Ski Area on Jan. 1. Submitted by: Ollie Ballard

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Cody Canada and the Departed are an Americana rock band featured at MusicFest. The annual festival is sold out, but Canada and bandmate Seth James will play a special acoustic show at 9 p.m. Saturday at Carl's Tavern. Tickets are $10. Todd Purifoy/courtesy

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