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Boone County Fair 2008 photo gallery, day 2

Tuesday, July 22, 2008 | 9:01 p.m. CDT; updated 10:00 p.m. CDT, Sunday, July 27, 2008
A pet monkey named Neko rests on the shoulder of his owner, Kenneth McAninch of Seymour, Mo. Neko posed for pictures with attendees of the Boone County Fair on Tuesday.

The Missourian will be posting daily photo galleries during the 2008 Boone County Fair. Do you have a photo from the event that you want to share? Share it with us at MyMissourian.com.

 

Click the links below to check out photo galleries taken throughout the week at the Boone County Fair.

Day 1

 

Day 3

Day 4

 

Day 6

Taner Nolty, 4, and Max Wolff, 2, ride a camel named "Laverne," which was led by Sam Munns, at the Boone County Fair on Tuesday.
Linda Kronk, Rita Weber, Larry Martin and Judy Wilder clog to country music at the Boone County Fair on Tuesday.
Lindsey Carlisle, 19, and Morgan Sapp, 17, take a break for lunch while driving around a golf cart at the Boone County Fair on Tuesday. The girls were runners up for the title of Boone County Fair queen.
Sheep wait to be shown at the Boone County Fair on Tuesday.
Puddles all around and water dripping everywhere, the overnight thunderstorm put a damper on Tuesday's fair activities.
Hickman High School graduate Whitney Spencer shears her sheep, Bob, at the Boone County Fair on Tuesday.
"She's my favorite," says Catlyn Britt-Rankin as she gives her sheep, Madonna, a kiss. "I just love her personality!" The senior at Hickman High School has been showing sheep since fourth grade.

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