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Routt County in photos: June 13, 2013

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Estelle and Morgan on their horses for a first summer ride. Submitted by: Erika Janin

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Stand-up paddleboarding on the Yampa. Submitted by: Michelle Barnes

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Stand-up paddleboarding on the Yampa. Submitted by: Michelle Barnes

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Stand-up paddleboarding on the Yampa. Submitted by: Michelle Barnes

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Taken from my house out in Lynx Pass. Submitted by: Courtney Coope

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Town Challenge, 6 and under starting line. Submitted by: Scott Bideau

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Jackie Shapiro, who was visiting Steamboat Springs from Denver, floats down the Yampa River late Tuesday afternoon on a tube. The Yampa River might look inviting for tubing, but local officials urge people who are tempted to purchase their own tubes and float the river while it remains above 1,000 cubic feet per second this weekend should take safety precautions: life vests are a must. Commercial tubing will not open until the river falls to or below 700 cfs. Photo by John F. Russell

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A relaxed moose enjoys the afternoon. Submitted by: Lori Burks

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Glenn Hilley, with Steamboat Association Management, takes pictures of the damage caused by an explosion Thursday at a unit at The Pines Condominiums in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Today reporter Joel Reichenberger, right, learns from Danny Tebbenkamp, of Steamboat Paddleboard Adventures, how to stand-up paddleboard on the Yampa River. Stand-up paddleboarding has swept into Steamboat Springs, proving a highlight of the Yampa River Festival and is the newest, fastest growing attraction on the river. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bear at Steamboat Boulevard home. Submitted by: Lynn Reiff

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An explosion was reported Thursday evening at The Pines Condominiums in Steamboat Springs. It is suspected the explosion happened while teens were making a marijuana concentrate called ear wax. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Stephen Wilson hits a series of rollers Thursday along a downhill track near the base of Steamboat Ski Area. The gondola, Bike Park and many of the trails were scheduled to open as part of Sponsorship Day on Thursday, but high winds led officials to postpone the fundraiser for Routt County Riders. The Bike Park is expected to open for the season Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Stephen Wilson hits a series of rollers Thursday along a downhill track near the base of Steamboat Ski Area. The gondola, Bike Park and many of the trails were scheduled to open as part of Sponsorship Day on Thursday, but high winds led officials to postpone the fundraiser for Routt County Riders. The Bike Park is expected to open for the season Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-graders enjoy a private party at the Ghost Ranch earlier this week. The popular downtown Steamboat Springs nightclub and bar will reopen this weekend. Photo by John F. Russell

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A relaxed moose enjoys the afternoon. Submitted by: Lori Burks

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Glenn Hilley, with Steamboat Association Management, takes pictures of the damage caused by an explosion Thursday at a unit at The Pines Condominiums in Steamboat Springs. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Today reporter Joel Reichenberger, right, learns from Danny Tebbenkamp, of Steamboat Paddleboard Adventures, how to stand-up paddleboard on the Yampa River. Stand-up paddleboarding has swept into Steamboat Springs, proving a highlight of the Yampa River Festival and is the newest, fastest growing attraction on the river. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bear at Steamboat Boulevard home. Submitted by: Lynn Reiff

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An explosion was reported Thursday evening at The Pines Condominiums in Steamboat Springs. It is suspected the explosion happened while teens were making a marijuana concentrate called ear wax. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Stephen Wilson hits a series of rollers Thursday along a downhill track near the base of Steamboat Ski Area. The gondola, Bike Park and many of the trails were scheduled to open as part of Sponsorship Day on Thursday, but high winds led officials to postpone the fundraiser for Routt County Riders. The Bike Park is expected to open for the season Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Stephen Wilson hits a series of rollers Thursday along a downhill track near the base of Steamboat Ski Area. The gondola, Bike Park and many of the trails were scheduled to open as part of Sponsorship Day on Thursday, but high winds led officials to postpone the fundraiser for Routt County Riders. The Bike Park is expected to open for the season Friday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fifth-graders enjoy a private party at the Ghost Ranch earlier this week. The popular downtown Steamboat Springs nightclub and bar will reopen this weekend. Photo by John F. Russell

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