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Routt County in photos: July 8, 2013

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The Snowy Range, 120 miles from Steamboat Springs, contains 100 lakes within a relatively compact hiking area. There are new views like this one of an unnamed lake around almost every bend in the trail. Photo by Tom Ross

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Steamboat Today reader John Hoover shared this photo of a bear at Tree Haus. Steamboat Springs authorities are preparing for what historically has been the height of bear activity in the city. John Hoover/Courtesy

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A hawk rides the updrafts near the Colorado Mountain College campus in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Hay waits to be raked in a field just outside of Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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The umbrellas of a large puffball in a field in Steamboat Springs seem ready to take flight. Photo by John F. Russell

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Skyler Stehli hits the layup while playing basketball Monday at Howelsen Hill. Photo by John F. Russell

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Six-year-old Palmer Thompson-Lemay plays catch with a teammate during his first T-ball session Monday at Emerald Park. The session opened with a little practice playing catch with partners before the players took the field for a game. Photo by John F. Russell

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Carpenters work on the foundation of the Emerald Heights townhomes on Monday. The housing project is likely to become one of the first that will not have to abide by the seven-year-old community housing rules that have been criticized by developers and city council members. Photo by Scott Franz

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Stephen Klineberg, a demographer and sociology professor at Rice University in Houston, spoke about “The Changing Face of America” on Monday at Strings Music Pavilion. Joseph Cosby

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Stephen Klineberg, a demographer and sociology professor at Rice University in Houston, spoke about “The Changing Face of America” on Monday at Strings Music Pavilion. Joseph Cosby

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Stephen Klineberg, a demographer and sociology professor at Rice University in Houston, spoke about “The Changing Face of America” on Monday at Strings Music Pavilion. Joseph Cosby

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German brown. 24.5 inches, 7 pounds. Submitted by: Sam Pendrose

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Sixty-five swimmers took part in Monday's open water swim at Bald Eagle Lake. Avery Harrington and Tyler Terranova won the half-mile swim, and Frank Ruppel and Samantha Terranova won the mile length. Shannon Lukens/Courtesy

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Growing up fast. Submitted by: Kevin Dietrich

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Jed May has just gotten home to Steamboat after a tour in Iraq. He came down to the Old Town Hot Springs for a dip with his daughter, Jessel, and his dad, J. Welcome home, Jed! Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Moose on the loose! Submitted by: Tiffany Floss

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Bowl of Beauty Peony at Yampa River Botanic Park. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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