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Routt County in photos: June 26, 2013

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On the trail to Gilpin Lake, Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Estimates of more than 150 bike commuters showed up for Routt County Riders' Bike to Work Day Breakfast on Wednesday morning on the courthouse lawn. Dozens of businesses donated refreshments, and Moving Mountains staff presented the breakfast, mobilizing at 6 a.m. to get set up. Volunteerism in the community is a core value at Moving Mountains, and the staff chose the breakfast as an area of focus this summer. Submitted by: Wendy Tucciarone

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Seven-year-old Sal Malone makes his way up a hill during Wednesday night's Quarry Mountain XC Town Challenge mountain bike race. Sal was racing in the 7- to 8-year-old division of the race. Photo by John F. Russell

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Since Laurel Street Preschool's abrupt closure at the end of May, a new board of directors has formed to steer the school through refinancing options, building renovations and finding a new executive director, according to a news release. John F. Russell/file

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Submitted by: Maryedith Davies

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The future of golf at Haymaker. Submitted by: Michael Kelly

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Estimates of more than 150 bike commuters showed up for Routt County Riders' Bike to Work Day Breakfast on Wednesday morning on the courthouse lawn. Moving Mountains staff presented the breakfast, mobilizing at 6 a.m. to get set up. Volunteerism in the community is a core value at Moving Mountains, and the staff chose the breakfast as an area of focus this summer. Submitted by: Wendy Tucciarone

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Four students from Metro State University in Denver spent the morning at the Old Town Hot Springs, working on a documentary for a class. The focus is on water in Colorado and they started with the Old Town Hot Springs, which is also where it all started in Colorado. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Bill and Bella Blackwell swim at the Old Town Hot Springs almost every single day. In fact, Bill was just told that earlier in the spring, he and Bella checked in to swim 40 times in 30 days. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs Tri Club held an open water swim practice this week at Bald Eagle Lake. The Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim Series starts Monday and is every Monday evening in July. Participants can swim a half mile or a mile. Register at www.oldtownhotsprings.org. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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The Old Town Hot Springs Tri Club held an open water swim practice this week at Bald Eagle Lake. The Bald Eagle Lake Open Water Swim Series starts Monday and is every Monday evening in July. Participants can swim a half mile or a mile. Register at www.oldtownhotsprings.org. Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Brielle and Brooke Bunker with dad Karl Bunker, pictured with Steve Wescott and LeeRoy Brown. Courtesy photo

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The Routt County Board of Commissioners this week approved two daily Jeep tours that will start at the Hayden Granary and run through California Park north of Hayden. Photo by Scott Franz

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Shilo Lottes, left, and Maddie Craigen enjoy breakfast on courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast Wednesday morning. The breakfast is organized by Routt County Riders and is the culmination of Bike to Work Month. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cyclists gather on the courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast Wednesday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Laura Soard heads to work after enjoying breakfast on the Routt County Courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cyclists gather on the courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast Wednesday morning. Photo by John F. Russell

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Marti Irish, left, and Emily Lovett enjoy a little breakfast conversation on the Routt County Courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast Wednesday morning. The breakfast is organized by Routt County Riders and is the culmination of Bike to Work Month. The day included a free grab-and-go breakfast with items donated by local restaurants and other businesses. Photo by John F. Russell

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Maya Peilet enjoys breakfast with her dad, Michael, on the courthouse lawn during the Bike to Work Day breakfast. Photo by John F. Russell

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