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Routt County in photos: July 25, 2013

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Thursday Sunset on the Yampa. Submitted by: Ryan Lohan

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Butterflies and Wildflowers, Dunckley Pass. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Moon shine. Submitted by: Ron Szerlong

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A Feeding Frenzy at the Clark Store. Submitted by: Chris Blossom

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Hiking the Wyoming Trail. Submitted by: Carolyn Culp

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Hiking the Wyoming Trail. Submitted by: Carolyn Culp

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Hiking the Wyoming Trail. Submitted by: Carolyn Culp

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Another butterfly. Submitted by: Nancy Roberts

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Butterflies. Submitted by: Nancy Roberts

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Marcy and Micah cruising down to Pleasant Valley. Submitted by: Nancy Roberts

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The Steamboat U18 Boys win their age group in the Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament after two overtime periods and a shoot-out. 125 teams played in the tournament. Submitted by: Jan DePuy

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At Dumont Lake. Submitted by: Dustin Stratton

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A Gaggle of Geese. Submitted by: G Frederic Reynolds

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Hayden Public Library’s Reader of the Week Will Ward Courtesy photo

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Washington Post reporter Robert O'Harrow talks to a Steamboat Springs audience about cybersecurity Thursday night in this year's second installment of Seminars at Steamboat. Photo by Scott Franz

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Will Carlton races in the Hardrock 100 on July 12 in Silverton. Carlton raced for 42 hours. Ben Creehan/courtesy

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Will Carlton races in the Hardrock 100 on July 12 in Silverton. Carlton raced for 42 hours. Ben Creehan/courtesy

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Hikers move away from the summit of Hahn's Peak on Saturday. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Gold prospectors settled around Hahn's Peak in the 1860s leading to a boom that left Hahn's Peak Village the county's seat until 1912. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Storms can pop up quickly and sweep across the area's peaks unleashing deadly lightening, making hikes such as Hahn's Peak best for the morning. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The balance between preserving privacy and protecting national security was the focus of Robert O’Harrow’s talk Thursday at a Seminars at Steamboat event. O’Harrow is a Washington Post investigative reporter specializing in cybersecurity. Joseph Cosby/Courtesy

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The balance between preserving privacy and protecting national security was the focus of Robert O’Harrow’s talk Thursday at a Seminars at Steamboat event. O’Harrow is a Washington Post investigative reporter specializing in cybersecurity. Joseph Cosby/Courtesy

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Kim Lavold, from right, Melanie Ranallo and Dominic Ranallo, 8, hike Hahn's Peak with dog Nellie on Saturday. The trail is steep but offers unparalleled views of the region from the summit of the iconic Routt County mountain. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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Austin Stipetic, of the D-Bat Elite from Irving, Texas, knocks down a hard grounder during a game against the SGV Hustle from California. The D-Bats and Hustle were playing in the 9-and-younger division of the Triple Crown World Series, which is taking place this weekend in Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Israel Barkat tumbles head over heals while playing in one of the attractions at the base of Steamboat Ski Area earlier this week. Photo by John F. Russell

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Dick Cassella fishes along the Yampa River on Thursday. Colorado Parks and Wildlife aquatic biologist Billy Atkinson is asking anglers to get their fishing in early each day because of high water temperatures after noon. Photo by John F. Russell

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North Routt resident and career archer Nikki Haverstock will host "Nock Out," an archery competition show that debuts at 11 a.m. Friday on the NBC Sports Network. Courtesy photo

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This lawn decoration, which stands at 315 Apple St., was created by Mike Lavick for his sister, Ruth Sanchez. The ship was built using spare wood and materials Sanchez found while on vacation at South Padre Island, including seashells, coral and a variety of items washed up on the beach shore. The sea serpents and mast are made from bamboo. Photo by Andy Bockelman

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A deer keeps its eyes, and ears the traffic nearby as it walks across the Colorado Mountain College campus Tuesday evening. Photo by John F. Russell

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