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Routt County in photos: Oct. 7, 2013

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Hahn's Peak on Monday from Jupiter Place. Submitted by Scott MacGray

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Sunset over Lake Catamount. Submitted by: Chris Lanham

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Fall colors on the Yampa River. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Gold leaves and snow. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Fall scene at the Riverbend Cabins. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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Fall colors. Submitted by: Chris Lanham

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Bernese mountain dog draft test at Catamount. Submitted by: Barbara Clark

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Bernese mountain dog draft test at Catamount. Submitted by: Barbara Clark

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Bernese mountain dog draft test at Catamount. Submitted by: Barbara Clark

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Bernese mountain dog draft test at Catamount. Submitted by: Barbara Clark

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Submitted by: Ollie Ballard

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Sleeping Giant gets a new blanket. Submitted by: Ollie Ballard

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After the clearing. Submitted by Ollie Ballard

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Snowy rose. Submitted by: Leslie Richardella

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Horse riding down from Thunderhead. Submitted by: Nancy Roberts

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Claudia Dausman walks her horses to a riding arena along Routt County Road 129 on Monday. The snow and cold weather seemed to be a distant memory Monday afternoon as temperatures seemed more like summer. Photo by John F. Russell

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A young deer turns its head to look back while feeding in the bushes just off Routt County Road 129 north of Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Swedish exchange student Mila Stennert has found a home, at least for the year, at Steamboat Springs High School. Photo by John F. Russell

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Golfer Kyle Re hits his putt on the No. 9 hole at the Steamboat Golf Club on Monday afternoon. Last week's storms closed the course for a couple of days, but business has been good since it reopened Sunday. The nine-hole course plans to remain open until Nov. 3, weather permitting. Haymaker also will reopen the entire course and Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club plans to reopen its front nine by Wednesday. Photo by John F. Russell

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Chris Ward, owner of Arbor Barbers, said he could hardly keep up with business since last Friday morning's heavy snowfall in Steamboat Springs. He said he has received cleanup calls from Craig, Hayden and Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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Steamboat Springs residents participated in the Desert's Edge Triathlon Festival in Fruita last weekend. Pictured are, from left, Heather Gollnick, who was first overall for women in Olympic category; Robyn Jankoski, first in age group for sprint; Marietta Roberts, who was first in her age group for sprint; Matt Roberts, second in age group for the Saturday off-road race; and Eddie Rogers, first in age group for Olympic. Not pictured are Matt Stensland, who was fourth in his age group for the Olympic triathlon, and Hadley Nylen, who placed first in her division of the off-road event. Photo by Matt Stensland

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True to form, Mother Nature reminded the members of the Colorado Mountain College SKY Club who is in charge when she denied them a view of the aurora from Alaska, but sent one down to Colorado the night they returned. From Stagecoach State Park, looking north, the red glow of the Northern Lights lit up the sky Wednesday morning. More sightings might be in the offing in the days and weeks ahead. Jimmy Westlake/courtesy

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Crowds on Lincoln Avenue check out the Mustangs parked downtown during the annual Mustang Round Up. The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, the city and the Steamboat Lodging Association have launched a new program that aims to attract more group events like the Mustang Roundup to Steamboat. Matt Stensland/file

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