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PHOTOS: Day 2 of 48th annual Carbondale Mountain Fair

A wood splitting contestant grabs all of his pieces of wood for hopes of the best time during the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A contestant focuses even in a downpour during the limbo competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A contestant sees how low he can do during the limbo competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A contestant focuses even in a downpour during the limbo competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A contestant stretches as far back as possible during the limbo competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A wood splitting contestant gives it all he’s got during the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Coredination flashmob dancers, including founder Alexandra Jerkunica, foreground, perform for the crowd to start up the wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Scenes from the men’s wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Scenes from the men’s wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A wood splitting contestant gives it all he’s got during the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A wood splitting contestant celebrates with the crowd after running back to the starting line after competing at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A wood splitting contestant embraces his significant other after competing in the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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An eager competitor gears up for the men’s wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A wood splitting contestant grabs all of his pieces of wood for hopes of the best time during the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A wood splitting contestant runs back to the starting line for hopes of the best time during the competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Dancers perform for the crowd to start up the wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
Olivia Pevec, center, and members of Let Them Roar and White Water Runoff perform for the crowd at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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People dance near the stage at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Carbondale resident Jeff Jackel dances under a straw hat near the stage at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Let Them Roar and White Water Runoff perform for the crowd at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent
A group of dancers perform for the crowd to kick off the men’s wood splitting competition at the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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A Crystal River Ballet performer dances on the Gazebo stage Saturday morning during the 48th Annual Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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