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PHOTOS: Day two of the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair

The winner of the adult limbo contest, Grace Brown, is cheered on by the crowd at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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Images from the adult limbo contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Images from the adult limbo contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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The crowd watches on with excitement during the adult limbo contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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Images from the adult limbo contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday afternoon.
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Carbondale Police Chief Kirk Wilson addresses the crowd before the start of the tug of war contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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The Carbondale Fire Department enter the park through a cloud of smoke for the tug of war contest against the police department at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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Carbondale Police Chief Kirk Wilson leads the department in a tug of war contest against the fire department at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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The Carbondale Fire Department pull with all their might during a tug of war contest against the Carbondale Police Department at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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Carbondale Police Chief Kirk Wilson reacts after defeating the fire department in a tug of war contest at the 51st annual Carbondale Mountain Fair on Saturday.
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Olivia Pevec gives it her all during the Women’s Wood Splitting competition Saturday afternoon at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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Emily Worline of Glenwood Springs was the top female finisher in the 14-mile Mt. Sopris Runoff Saturday morning at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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Wesley Toews was the overall winner of the 14-mile Mt. Sopris Runoff Saturday morning at the 51st Carbondale Mountain Fair.
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