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Routt County in photos: July 16, 2013

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Indian Paintbrush on Rabbit Ears Pass. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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The Routt County Road and Bridge Department is installing signs that encourage visitors and residents to refrain from littering. Karen Schulman/courtesy

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Clowning around. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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Thirsty bull elk in Willow Creek Pass ... "Honey, you'd better put some more water in the birdbath!" Submitted by: Jim Standish

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Hungry bull elk in Willow Creek Pass ... "Honey, you'd better fill the birdfeeder again!" Submitted by: Jim Standish

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Tom Maneotis seen at Whole Foods at Colorado Mills. Great to see locals and their lamb promoted! Submitted by: Brita Horn

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Riders work their way toward Steamboat during the 2011 Tour de Steamboat. This year’s event will start Saturday with registration open until 11:59 p.m. Wednesday at www.tourdesteamboat.com. Joel Reichenberger/file

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A group of Colorado trekkers, with ties to Western State Colorado University and Steamboat Springs, poses on snowy Ramdung Peak in Nepal. That snow kept them from reaching the mountain's summit. Courtesy photo

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A group of Colorado-based trekkers makes its way into the Himalayas in Nepal. The trip didn't have everything several locals expected, but they said it offered everything they could have hoped. Courtesy photo

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Adopt Sammy and O.P.: Sammy, left, and O.P. are sweet, older cats who have been at the shelter for way too long and understandably are tired of being there. They are waiting for their forever homes, where they can receive lots of love and attention. They will give you nuzzles and purrs in return. Come visit them at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter, or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat's American Legion baseball team pushed its seasonlong record to 18-6 on Sunday when it wrapped up the championship of the Rangely tournament, surviving the weekend on strong pitching and timely offense. The squad returns to action this weekend with a trip to Buena Vista. Courtesy photo

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Reflections at the Home ReSource in Milner. Submitted by: Tracy DelliQuadri

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My favorite photo of the day. Submitted by: Jeri Hayes

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As a journalist visiting Steamboat, I want to share this picture to thank you for keeping me informed and entertained during my staying in your beautiful city! Reading Steamboat Today became part of my routine while enjoying the vitality of your city. Submitted by: Alessia Leathers, of Cape Coral, Fla.

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My cousin Meredith Sny took this last night. We went to Fish Creek Falls for a picnic and this bear stole our dinner! Submitted by: Jenni DeFouw

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Power parachuting through the valley. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Power parachuting through the valley. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Michelle Diehl returns a shot from Gary Fey while playing pickleball Tuesday afternoon at Howelsen Hill. The city of Steamboat Springs recently painted pickleball lines on the tennis courts, and several members of the local Pickleball Club came out to play Tuesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Tracy Bye is taking care of an adult great horned owl with an injured wing. Photo by Matt Stensland

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A young great horned owl is one of the animals Tracy Bye is caring for at the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye visits raccoons she is taking care of. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye feeds two deer fawns she is taking care of. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Tracy Bye feeds four baby robins that she started taking care of Saturday. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Springs wildlife rehabilitator Tracy Bye on Tuesday visits a rock squirrel that she has been taking care of for five weeks. Bye has been running the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for 20 years. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Sandwich board signs like this one have been popping up across town, but the city hasn't received any applications for the permits needed to use the signs. Without the permits, businesses could be fined. Photo by John F. Russell

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Tanner Wheeler. This was taken after fishing at Stagecoach. Submitted by: Diana Wheeler

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Alaska Airlines will begin serving Yampa Valley Regional Airport from Seattle twice weekly during ski season starting Dec. 18 with a 70-passenger CRJ7 jet. Alaska Airlines/courtesy

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Moth on coneflower. Submitted by: Gail Hanley

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Cowbirds. Submitted by: Gail Hanley

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Cows and thunderheads at Sidney Peak. Submitted by: Gail Hanley

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Lonely mailbox at Sidney Peak. Submitted by: Gail Hanley

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Feeding time for baby kingbird. Submitted by: Gail Hanley

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