Highlands Ranch Days 2012

Attendees to Highlands Ranch Days were treated to some beautiful Native American dancing on the mansion lawn courtesy of the Mile High Pow Wow Association. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Trapper Johnny treated kids to a variety of animal pelts on the porch of the Highlands Ranch Mansion. The trapper had everything from coyote to fox, raccoon, badger, possum, buffalo, bison, bear, wolf and more. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Jackie Sanderson leads one lucky little lady around the mansion grounds on the back of this horse, while she gets some company from Douglas County Fair Princess Samantha Barker riding in the back. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Sara Strouse, left, and Tatum McGee, both 6, learn from Backcountry Wilderness Area coordinator Hope Marasco all about animal tracks at one of the many educational booths at Highlands Ranch Days. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Blacksmith Grant Mellenbrach shows how to forage a nail Sept. 8 at Highlands Ranch Days. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
This 4-H lamb took a break from socializing to enjoy some lunch in the midst of the action Saturday at Highlands Ranch Days. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
This youngster was one of many who said 'hi' to the ever-popular camel at the petting zoo at Highlands Ranch Days. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
Draft horses Dallas, left, and Denver helped out Bella and Buster as they came over to Highlands Ranch Days from Bear Creek Stables to double the number of hay rides on the weekend. Photo by Ryan Boldrey
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