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Routt County in photos: Aug. 13, 2014

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I saw this little fellow along Burgess Creek Road on Wednesday morning. Being nocturnal, he should have been home with his mother. I hope he made it OK. Submitted by: Fred Hodder

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Pretty flower at the Yampa River Botanic Park. Submitted by: Janie Johnson-Russell

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Soroco High School football coach Joe Keller watches a conditioning drill Tuesday in Oak Creek. Keller is stepping in as the program's coach while also serving as the school's athletic director. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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David Girty, right, is pictured with his son, Jacob, and grandson, Nicholas. Courtesy photo

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There were three classes competing in the open class poultry show at the Routt County Fair in Hayden on Wednesday afternoon. Photo by Audrey Dwyer

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Mother and daughter Ann and Alley Kvols both showed chickens and rabbits at the Routt County Fair this week. Photo by Audrey Dwyer

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Parker Temple holds his own against world champion log roller Judy Scheer-Hoeschler on Wednesday afternoon at Fetcher Pond in Steamboat Springs. Scheer-Hoeschler was at the pond to demonstrate the Key Log during a "try-it" day. The Key Log is a synthetic, portable log that comes with resistance fins to slow the log down and make it easier for people to log roll. Scheer-Hoeschler said log rolling is an exciting sport on its own and is perfect for cross training thanks to the high cardio and core demands. She also warns those who try it that log rolling can be slightly addictive. Photo by John F. Russell

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Annika Belshaw watches as Finn Sias falls into the water at Fetcher Pond on Wednesday afternoon. The two were giving the Key Log a try during a free "try-it" clinic put on by world champion log roller Judy Scheer-Hoeschler and her husband, Jay. The Key Log is a synthetic, portable log that comes with resistance fins to slow the log down and make it easier for people to log roll. Scheer-Hoeschler said log rolling is an exciting sport on its own and is perfect for cross training thanks to the high cardio and core demands. She also warns those who try it that log rolling can be slightly addictive. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sedums are relatively inexpensive, they grow and thrive in our often harsh climate and they are readily available from local nurseries. Courtesy photo

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A bear makes his way between the cars in the Old West building parking lot Wednesday morning in downtown Steamboat Springs. Photo by John F. Russell

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A hungry bear wasn't happy to have his breakfast interrupted by a photo opportunity Wednesday morning. It seemed that he had found the perfect place to dine at the corner of 12th and Oak streets — at least before the paparazzi arrived. Photo by John F. Russell

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Kelly Bastone's geared-up family Courtesy photo

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Suzi Mitchell's blog post for this week about the greatest meltdown ever. Courtesy

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Kelsey Martin's outfit of the week Courtesy

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