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Routt County in photos: June 21, 2014

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Flowers in Stagecoach on the first day of summer. Submitted by: Kathy Snodgrass

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Partridge and Mouffe

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Air show off of our deck this morning. Submitted by: Shannon Dillard

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Air show off of our deck this morning. Submitted by: Shannon Dillard

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Grand kids enjoying the petting zoo. Submitted by: Kelly Ornberg

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Baby goat and Casey's pond residents. Submitted by: Kelly Ornberg

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Casey's pond resident enjoying the petting zoo. Submitted by: Kelly Ornberg

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Shealynne Yeager at the rodeo Friday night. Submitted by: Mark Ruckman

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After rousting them out of the sagebrush and chokecherry bushes on foot, Jerad Iacovetto uses an all-terrain vehicle to herd a bunch of about 25 kids back to the main herd, where there is relative safety from predators in numbers. Photo by Tom Ross

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Nanny No. 121 nurses one of four quadruplets she gave birth to at Saddleback Ranch this spring. The births took place in the middle of the night without human assistance. Photo by Tom Ross

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A couple of kids make brunch out of a patch of noxious houndstongue at Saddleback Ranch this month. Cattle tend to avoid the weed, but it could damage the liver cells of cows if caught up in a bale of hay and ingested. Photo by Tom Ross

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Rancher Jerad Iacovetto has an affinity for the four kids born to one nanny at Saddleback Ranch this spring. Photo by Tom Ross

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Brown and white Boer goat kids, their markings as varied as those on puppies, romp on rocky outcroppings at Saddleback Ranch. Their first two weeks in the hilly meadows represent a critical time when they must form a tight group with the nannies for safety from predators. Photo by Tom Ross

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The primary focus at Saddleback Ranch/Double Dollar Cattle Company always has been beef. The ranch grazes 1,500 head of steers on its 8,000 acres. Photo by Tom Ross

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Three of Jerad and Lane Iacovetto’s daughters, from left, Kiley, 5, Makayla, 8, and Lexi, 4, (Josie, 5 months, was napping) hold one of four quadruplet kids born to a nanny goat on their ranch this spring. The girls named the goats Elsa, Anna, Olaf and Sven after characters in the movie “Frozen.” That’s Elsa in the picture. Or is it Olaf? Photo by Tom Ross

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Maddy Walinchus swims her quarter-mile in the first Give it a Tri sprint triathlon held at and around Old Town Hot Springs on Saturday morning. Competitors of all ages and abilities competed in the inaugural event. Walinchus was in the 15-17 youth class. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Steamboat Rugby Club member Danil Sulimov runs past a Breckenridge opponent during Saturday's match. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Rugby Club member Chris Baumann runs past a Breckenridge opponent during Saturday's match. Photo by Matt Stensland

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The Steamboat Rugby Club takes on Breckenridge on Saturday at Whistler Field. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Rugby Club member Stephen Boone celebrates after scoring during Saturday's match against Breckenridge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Steamboat Rugby Club member Stephen Boone runs the ball up the field to score during Saturday's match against Breckenridge. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Spectators watch the competition during the National Cattledog Association National Finals in Saturday at Flying Diamond Ranch. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Bandit eyes cattle during the National Cattledog Association National Finals on Saturday at Flying Diamond Ranch. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Dean Thompson, of Hartline, Washington, rounds up cattle with his dog Bandit during the National Cattledog Association National Finals on Saturday at Flying Diamond Ranch. Photo by Matt Stensland

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Missy Krause races to victory in the Howelsen Hill 8-Miler on Saturday morning as part of the Steamboat Springs Running Series. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Paul Moth, right, startles a 4-mile runner during Moth's Howelsen Hill 8-Miler victory Saturday morning. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Watkins Fulk-Gray leads an early pack of runners Saturday morning during the Howelsen Hill 8-Miler Steamboat Springs Running Series race. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Middle-of-the-pack runners make a steep early climb along the Bluffs Loop on Emerald Mountain during the Howelsen Hill 4- and 8-mile races Saturday morning. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Tyler and Tabor Scholl cheer on finishers in the Howelsen Hill 8-Miler during Saturday morning's Steamboat Springs Running Series race. The siblings finished the 4-mile race well ahead of the pack and hiked back up the trail to root for racers. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Haymaker assistant pro Andy Buchholz tees off during Day 2 of the Ski Town USA Golf Classic. The tournament also was held at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Glen Traylor tees off on No. 4 at Haymaker Golf Course on Saturday afternoon during the Ski Town USA Golf Classic. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Tom Dover smacks a usable drive for his team during Day 2 of the Ski Town USA Golf Classic at Haymaker Golf Course. The tournament also was held at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Chris Catterson fights out of a bunker near the No. 2 green Saturday at Haymaker Golf Course as part of the Ski Town USA Golf Classic. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Patti Curry chips onto the No. 6 green at Haymaker Golf Course on Saturday afternoon during Day 2 of the Ski Town USA Golf Classic, also held at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Patti Curry and Ernie Thiel celebrate Curry's lengthy putt on No. 6 at Haymaker Golf Course on Saturday afternoon during Day 2 of the Ski Town USA Golf Classic. Other Ski Town Classic golfers were at Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club finishing up the tournament. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Devil's Causeway. Submitted by Jeffrey Erickson.

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Devil's Causeway. Submitted by Jeffrey Erickson.

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Devil's Causeway. Submitted by Jeffrey Erickson.

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Devil's Causeway. Submitted by Jeffrey Erickson.

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Fred Duckels 6 months ago

Sheep seem to get all dirty but goats remain shiny and clean.

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