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Routt County in photos: May 30, 2014

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Race organizer Eugene Buchanan, left, and Kurt Casey address kayakers before the Paddle Life Fish Creek Race on Friday night. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Mathieu Dumoulin, of France, races to second place in the Paddle Life Fish Creek Race, crossing in a time of 2 minutes, 44.56 seconds, just a half second slower than first-place finisher Dave Fusilli. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Tad Dennis gets near the bank on a turn in the Paddle Life Fish Creek Race on Friday night. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Professional kayaker Martina Wegman, of the Netherlands, dips through a rough stretch in the Paddle Life Fish Creek Race on Friday night to kick off the Yampa River Festival. Wegman was the top women's finisher, crossing in 2 minutes, 50.81 seconds. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Spectators along the bank of Fish Creek cheer on kayakers competing in the annual Paddle Life Fish Creek race on Friday night. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Hunt Jennings gets through a rare gentle stretch in the Paddle Life Fish Creek Race to kick off the 2014 Yampa River Festival. Photo by Ben Ingersoll

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Butcherknife Brewing owners Nate Johansing, front, and Mark Fitzgerald inside the company’s facilities on Elk River Road.

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Steamboat's Emily Keiss, 25, took on the 64-mile Original Growler race on Sunday in Gunnison. Keiss was the youngest rider in the women's class, and finished in 7:42:46. Dan Edmiston/courtesy

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Bike helmets lay in a pile on a table Friday at the Strawberry Park Bike Rally. Photo by John F. Russell

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Bikes line the yard in front of the Strawberry Park Elementary School on Friday morning during the annual bike rally. Photo by John F. Russell

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Strawberry Park Elementary School students wait to cross the street during a bike rally at the school Friday morning. The school encouraged its students to bike or hike to school, and then offered a fun day where the young riders could learn about their bikes, about how to be safe on the road and other basic skills to improve their bike riding. Photo by John F. Russell

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Strawberry Park Elementary School kindergartner Julia Crocker gets a helping hand from Jon Cariveau, of Moots, on Friday morning at the school's annual bike rally. It was Crocker's first time on a bike. The rally is a chance for elementary students to get out on their bikes and learn a few things about safety as summer arrives in the Yampa Valley. Photo by John F. Russell

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Fergus Kemp rides his strider during the Strawberry Park Elementary School Bike Rally on Friday morning. Young Fergus wasn't quite old enough to go to class yet but was at the rally along with his brother Mason, who is a kindergartner. Photo by John F. Russell

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