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Routt County in photos: July 17, 2014

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After Wednesday night's storm. Submitted by: Marcy Gruber

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Submitted by: Jill Starr

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Attorney Sherri Sweers was elected as the fifth member of the Steamboat Springs School Board at a special meeting Thursday night. Her first meeting will be Aug. 11. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Nicole Miller learns the basics of downhill mountain biking during a 101 bike lesson at Steamboat Ski Area. Courtesy photo

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Nicole Miller learns the basics of downhill mountain biking during a 101 bike lesson at Steamboat Ski Area. Courtesy photo

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Nicole Miller learns the basics of downhill mountain biking during a 101 bike lesson at Steamboat Ski Area. Courtesy photo

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Hay and alfalfa are two of our major agricultural commodities in Routt County. More than 37,000 acres produce more than 60,000 tons annually. Courtesy photo

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Rockapella to perform at Strings Music Pavilion this weekend. Courtesy

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Lori Grant organizer volunteers for this year’s Strings Music Festival Garden and Kitchen Tour earlier this week. The tour will take place Saturday and includes eight stops in the Steamboat Springs area. Photo by John F. Russell

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A bright flower dots the landscape of one of the homes featured in this year's Strings Music Festival Garden and Kitchen Tour. Photo by John F. Russell

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Organizers and volunteers got a sneak peak at this year’s Strings Music Festival Garden and Kitchen Tour earlier this week. The tour will take place Saturday and includes eight stops in the Steamboat Springs area. Photo by John F. Russell

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Organizers and volunteers got a sneak peak at this year’s Strings Music Festival Garden and Kitchen Tour earlier this week. The tour will take place Saturday and includes eight stops in the Steamboat Springs area. Photo by John F. Russell

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Sharon Jost, left, and Cathy Vogelaar share information while takeing a tour of this year's String's Music Festival Garden and Kitchen Tour. Organizers and volunteers got a sneak peak at this year’s tour earlier this week. The tour will take place Saturday and includes eight stops in the Steamboat Springs area. Photo by John F. Russell

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The Steamboat Arts Museum’s Richard Galusha explains one of the many paintings in the latest show, Birds in Art, before the show's opening at the downtown arts center. The show, which took more than three years to arrange, is a mixture of paintings and sculptures of an Avery nature. Photo by John F. Russell

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Rancher John Burrow rakes a hay field south of Steamboat Springs on Thursday afternoon after Wednesday evening's heavy rains. No doubt that the rain put a damper on local ranchers efforts to put up hay this week. Photo by John F. Russell

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Cyclist Hector Maytorena completes a long stretch of road as he made his way over Gore Pass on Thursday afternoon. Photo by John F. Russell

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A horse grazes in a colorful field south of Steamboat Springs. Photo by Scott Franz

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This is the view at the start of the Echo Park Road in Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by Scott Franz

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The Yampa River winds through canyons in Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by Scott Franz

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There are many scenic overlooks along the rugged and remote Yampa Bench Road. This is a view of the Yampa River in Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by Scott Franz

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A group of rafters floats down the Green River deep in the heart of Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by Scott Franz

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Garden from the Strings Annual Kitchen & Garden Tour. Courtesy

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Stars shine bright above the canyon walls in Echo Park. Photo by Scott Franz

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A wildflower basks in the sun on the Mitten Park trail in Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by Scott Franz

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The last rays of light illuminate the canyons around Echo Park near the confluence of the Yampa and Green rivers. The primitive campground rarely fills up and is surrounded by beautiful landscapes. Photo by Scott Franz

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Clouds light up around Steamboat Rock at sunrise in Echo Park. Photo by Scott Franz

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Human Malcolm (Jason Clarke) has a tense meeting with primate leader Caesar (Andy Serkis) in "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes." The movie is a sequel to the 2012 reboot of the 1960s and '70s series about highly intelligent apes. 20th Century Fox/courtesy

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Joy Rasmussen heads up a slope on the Steamboat Lake Sprint triathlon 12.4-mile bike course during last year's race. Around 280 athletes are registered for Sunday's race as of Thursday afternoon, which would be a decline from last year's attendance. But race director Lance Panigutti is optimistic about the draw scenic North Routt County brings, especially during the warmer weeks on the Front Range. Joel Reichenberger File

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The Austin based band, Uncle Lucius. Courtesy

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