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Routt County in photos: Jan. 29, 2014

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Reflections of the Yampa Valley. Submitted by Chris Lanham. Chris Lanham/courtesy

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Don Woodsmith and Cookie Lockhart at the "American Pickers" premiere. Submitted by Michael Staley. Michael Staley/courtesy

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A view of downtown, with Rabbit Ears Motel and the Old Town Hot Springs. Submitted by Rhys Jones. Rhys Jones/courtesy

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Looking west to Saddle Mountain, the brush pokes through the snow. Submitted by William James Dorr. William James Dorr/courtesy

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Looking west to Saddle Mountain, the brush pokes through the snow. Submitted by William James Dorr. William James Dorr/courtesy

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A bluebird day in the 'boat. Submitted by William James Dorr. William James Dorr/courtesy

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Taken from the Gondola. Submitted by Rebecca Moos. Rebecca Moos/courtesy

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John Overstreet, the city's new Director of Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services, gives tubing a try Wednesday at Howelsen Hill for an action portrait. Overstreet brings to Steamboat more than 25 years of experience in parks and recreation, and he looks forward to bringing his family here. Photo by Scott Franz

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John Overstreet was hired Wednesday as the city's new Parks, Open Space and Recreational Services Director. He previously has served as a manager in the city and county of Denver's parks and recreation department. Photo by Scott Franz

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Steamboat residents Gail and Charlie Holthausen loaded Spike the Big Red Dragon onto a flatbed trailer Tuesday and pointed their motorhome west to Los Angeles and Spike's new home. The dragon car, which breathed flames, had become a fixture at local street events, including Merry Mainstreet and the annual Halloween Stroll. Photo by Tom Ross

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Sky Club member Christine Krentz adjusts a light under one of the icy planets in a large-scale model of the solar system. The model is part of the crystal observatory, which was set up on the campus of the Colorado Mountain College. The observatory includes the model, a Stonehenge replica made out of snow and several places where visitors can observe the stars. Photo by John F. Russell

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Colorado Mountain College professor Jimmy Westlake looks to the sky above Steamboat Springs on Tuesday evening at the crystal observatory, which the Sky Club had built on the college campus. The observatory has several areas to view the stars along with a large-scale model of the solar system. The exhibit is slated to be open from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday this weekend with a $10 entry fee. All proceeds to go the Sky Club. Photo by John F. Russell

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Students in the Sky Club have re-created Stonehenge on the Colorado Mountain College campus as part of the crystal observatory. Photo by John F. Russell

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Raeesa Gupte, a University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine graduate student, speaks to a class at The Lowell Whiteman School on Tuesday afternoon. Gupte was in Steamboat Springs for the Winter Conference on Brain Research and volunteered to reach out to the schools in Steamboat Springs and speak about her studies and research to area students. Photo by John F. Russell

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