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Highland Games 2019 

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Members of the Humboldt Highlanders Pipe Band and The Jefferson Pipe Band in formation.
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Members of the Humboldt Highlanders Pipe Band and The Jefferson Pipe Band practiced in Perigot Park during the Highland Games in Blue Lake on Sunday.
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Pipers were out in full force.
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Beating the drum for The Jefferson Pipe Band.
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Celtic Rock Band Tempest entertained the crowd at Perigot Park during the Highland Games in Blue Lake on Sunday.
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A Tempest fiddler breaks it down.
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Jeff Kelley of McKinleyville dances to Celtic Rock Band Tempest on Sunday. Kelley was also preforming at the Highland Games with the Vanishing Pints as and running sound for the two-day event.
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Alexis Royce throws a 12-pound hammer as she competed in her first Scottish Heavy Athletics competition on Sunday.
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Alexis Royce's hammer arcs away into the air.
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Chelsea Myers throws the 12-pound hammer.
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The crowd watches the Hammer Throw.
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Thistle and Stitch owner Jamie Kalanquin talks with a customer at her booth. This was her second Highland Games event of the summer. She said it was great because she normally doesn't sell a lot of flannel in the summer.
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Darelle and Janice Story walk Dozer and Jax past the beer booth at the Highland Games in Blue Lake.
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Alison Sundahl was successful in her first attempt at the Caber Toss.
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Michelle Mattson tosses a caber at the Highland Games in Blue Lake.
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Alison Sundahl of Chico throws the 12-pound hammer.
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Julin Williams of Redding was competing in her first Highland Games.
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Chelsea Myers "pulls" the caber in attempt to make it flip.
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Julia Sheppard plays harp inside the roller rink on Sunday. The 15-year-old played violin for six years before switching to harp three years ago.
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Andrew Endsley gets one of the last orders of haggis as the Highland Games wound down on Sunday.
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Devora Kaufman with the very last order of haggis from Heritage Meat Pies, which is based in Santa Maria, California. The employees said the owner competes in Scotland every year in the World Championship Scotch Pie Awards.
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A Tempest fiddler breaks it down.

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