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PHOTOS: 110th Carbondale Potato Day festival

A group of men unearth the pit barbecued meat and potatoes at the 110th Annual Carbondale Potato Day at Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Kids wave and wait for candy at the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Scenes from the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Scenes from the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Scenes from the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Kids wave and wait for candy at the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Scenes from the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Parade down Main Street on Saturday morning.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A group of men unearth the pit barbecued meat and potatoes at the 110th Carbondale Potato Day Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Unearthing the cooking meat and potatoes at the 110th Annual Carbondale Potato Day Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A group of men unearth the pit barbecued meat and potatoes at the 110th Annual Carbondale Potato Day Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A group of men unearth the pit barbecued meat and potatoes at the 110th Annual Carbondale Potato Day Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A group of men unearth the barbecued meat and potatoes at the 110th Annual Carbondale Potato Day Saturday morning at Sopris Park.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent

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