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Routt County in photos: July 23, 2013

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Fly me to the moon. Submitted by: Chris Blossom

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From left, City Council Members, Jarrod Ogden, Don Jones, Tony Bohrer, Mayor Terry Carwile, Ray Beck, Gene Bilodeau and Joe Bird listen to community concerns about an ordinance that would prohibit recreational marijuana establishments in Craig. Photo by Erin Fenner

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Mom and baby bedded down for the night in the Sanctuary. Submitted by: Susan Wetzler

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Full moon over the Flat Tops. Dunckley Pass. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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A mother deer and her fawn crossed the Yampa River on Monday and managed to avoid the those tubing the river. Submitted by: Heather Bolles

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs hosted a Mini Meet on Tuesday night. Kids on the Development Team of the Steamboat Springs Swim Team got a chance to see what a real swim meet is like. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Stephen Wilson hits a series of rollers in the Steamboat Bike Park earlier this summer. Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. will begin twilight bike clinics later this week. John F. Russell/file

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Steamboat Springs' D.J. Nudy placed third last weekend at the USA Cycling Cross-Country Mountain Bike Nationals at Bear Creek Village Ski Resort in Macungie, Penn. Courtesy photo

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Steamboat Springs' D.J. Nudy placed third last weekend at the USA Cycling Cross-Country Mountain Bike Nationals at Bear Creek Village Ski Resort in Macungie, Penn. He finished in 8 minutes and 28.2 seconds, just behind winner Gunnar Bergey, of Banner Elk, N.C., and second-place finisher Trevor DeRuise, of Reno, Nev. Courtesy photo

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Scott Tinley, two-time Ironman World Championships winner and a member of the Triathlon and Ironman halls of fame, speaks to a crowd of about 30 people Tuesday evening at the SmartWool building. He raced in more than 400 triathlons since 1976 and won nearly 25 percent of them. Tinley talked about the history of the sport and went on a group bike ride with several of the people who attended. Photo by Matt Stensland

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This is the Old Town Hot Springs version of salmon swimming upstream. The kids in their swim lesson Tuesday had to try to swim against the current of the waterslide. It's hard to do when you're giggling so hard. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Nancy Stahoviak had a pleasant morning at the Old Town Hot Springs while her grandkids had a swim lesson. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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A Steamboat Springs Transit hybrid bus drives through snow on U.S. Highway 40 in the winter. Routt County is one of nine counties in the state that stands to benefit from a new alternative fuel vehicle pilot program. Scott Franz/file

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Dan Fernandez stirs ingredients for making Summit Soap, a company he owns with Dara Lor, during a demonstration Tuesday at Kneading Hands in downtown Steamboat Springs. Fernandez and Lor also own Summit Greasecycling, which collects and purifies the cooking oil used in Summit Soap.

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Dan Fernandez pours ingredients for Summit Soap into a metal pot Tuesday during a demonstration at Kneading Hands on Oak Street in Steamboat Springs. Fernandez and Dara Lor, background, own Summit Greasecycling, which collects and purifies the cooking oil that is used in Summit Soap. Photo by John F. Russell

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Routt County United Way Executive Director Kelly Stanford works at the group's new office inside the First National Bank of the Rockies building. Photo by John F. Russell

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Red Dirt Pass. Photo taken on a backpacking trip July 20. Submitted by: Diane Miller

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Our dog Luna in the paintbrush below Red Dirt Pass. Submitted by: Diane Miller

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We had excellent participation in our Vaquero Cow Working Clinic down at Creek Ranch a couple of weeks ago. Our next Cow Working Clinic is Sept. 27 to 30. Submitted by: Aileen Sandstedt

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Barn under the moonlight. Submitted by: Pierce Ingram

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We had excellent participation in our Vaquero Cow Working Clinic down at Creek Ranch a couple of weeks ago. Our next Cow Working Clinic is Sept. 27 to 30. Submitted by: Aileen Sandstedt

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We had excellent participation in our Vaquero Cow Working Clinic down at Creek Ranch a couple of weeks ago. Our next Cow Working Clinic is Sept. 27 to 30. Submitted by: Aileen Sandstedt

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We had an awesome week here at CR Summit with the Parks and Recreation Center's Horseback Riding Camp. We had eight participants ranging in ages from 8 to 11 years old. Submitted by: Aileen Sandstedt

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Three men swam 1 mile of butterfly to join the exclusive Steamboat Springs Mile High Fly Club. Pictured: Sam Huff, Brendan Carta, Kyle Banman. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Winners of the Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim Series. Half-mile: Avery Harrington and Jack Strotbeck. Mile: Samantha Terranova and Frank Ruppel. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Winners of the Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim Series. Half-mile: Avery Harrington and Jack Strotbeck. Mile: Samantha Terranova and Frank Ruppel. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The full moon Monday night. Submitted by: Ian Case

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Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Beaches on the Yampa. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Adopt Rookie: Rookie is a big, lovable 2-year-old lab mix. This fantastic guy loves romping around and playing with tennis balls. He is a real joy to be around, knows basic obedience and does well around other dogs and kids. Come meet him at the Steamboat Springs Animal Shelter or call 970-879-0621 for more information. Courtesy photo

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A Steamboat Springs Transit bus makes a stop Tuesday morning in heavy traffic downtown. The city plans to add a new GPS tracking system to the buses that will allow passengers to view the location of the buses in real time. Photo by Scott Franz

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Members of the Yampa River Awareness raft trip down the rapids of Yampa Canyon were invited to visit the private Mantle Ranch in June and enjoy lunch in the shade of fruit trees. The original planting of the orchards in 1936 is described in Queeda Mantle Walker's 2004 book "The Mantle Ranch." Photo by Tom Ross

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