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Routt County in photos: June 2, 2014

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The spinning lights of the Yo-Yo ride brought a little excitement and more than a few screams of happiness to the Meadows Parking Lot at the base of Steamboat Ski Area during the weekend. The sixth annual Spring Into Summer Carnival Fundraiser, sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Middle School Parent Information Committee and Brown's Amusements, was treated to good weather and good-sized crowds all weekend. The carnival left Monday morning for Avon. Photo by John F. Russell

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Monday's sunset. Submitted by: Shawn Stoehr

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Monday's sunset. Submitted by: Shawn Stoehr

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Not one but two Ferraris in front of F.M. Light & Sons. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Gull-winged Mercedes. Submitted by: Bill Dorr

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Someone ate all of our tulips in the backyard! Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Members of Yampa Valley Pony Club participated in Saturday's fifth annual 4-H Exchange Club's Gymkhana and Ranch Rodeo. Submitted by: Lauren McLaughlin

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Someone ate all of our tulips in the backyard! Submitted by: Shannon Lukens

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Steamboat Springs golfers Casey Weston, right, and Erik Sobeck were named the recipients of the Steamboat Springs Junior Golf Association’s annual scholarship. The golfers each earned a $1,000 scholarship from the organization. Photo by John F. Russell

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Gonzales Tree Service's Albert "Bubba" Gonzales uses a chain saw to remove part of a dying tree on Oak Street on Monday morning. Louie Gonzales was in the basket with him. Photo by John F. Russell

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The spinning lights of the Yo-Yo ride brought a little excitement and more than a few screams of happiness to the Meadows Parking Lot at the base of Steamboat Ski Area during the weekend. The sixth annual Spring Into Summer Carnival Fundraiser, sponsored by the Steamboat Springs Middle School Parent Information Committee and Brown's Amusements, was treated to good weather and good-sized crowds all weekend. The carnival left Monday morning for Avon. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bryan Salamone, an attorney from New York, pulls away from the curb in his 2014 Lamborghini Aventador in downtown Steamboat Springs on Monday. Salamone was with about 40 cars passing through Steamboat Springs in the goldRush Rally, en route to Denver. Photo by Joel Reichenberger

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The Steamboat Soccer Club's U14 boys won their division title last weekend at the Kevin Normal Denver Tournament, taking the final game thanks to overtime penalty kicks. Pictured in the front row, from left, Jake Berry, Will Coon and Sven Tate. Back row: Nick Kocik, Eli Jenkins, Matai Curzon, Ethan Dyer, Will Beurskens, Cruz Erickson, Noel Keeffe, Grant Pohlman, Max Sauerbrey, Alejo Quezada, Jason Oehme and coach Torre Saterstrom. Not pictured is Augie Mueller and Ethan Moyer. Courtesy photo

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Tim Beh, his brother Zach Beh and Lacey Slifer play with a neighbor's dog Monday morning at Indian Meadows Townhomes on the south side of Steamboat Springs where swollen Walton Creek is running a foot deep on a concrete extension of the Yampa River Core Trail. River forecasters expect flows in area rivers to decline by later this week. Photo by Tom Ross

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Traffic moves through downtown Steamboat Springs. A consultant from Denver told a crowd Tuesday night that while he doesn't think Steamboat has a 'big' parking problem right now, some challenges remain. Photo by Scott Franz

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The driver of this Chevrolet Corvette was warned to take it easy by Colorado State Patrol and the Routt County Sheriff's Office. A number of luxury and sports cars went through Steamboat Springs on Monday afternoon as part of the goldRush Rally heading from Park City, Utah, to Denver. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bench along/in the Yampa River. Submitted by: Jeff Hall

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