Boone County Fair 2008 photo gallery, day 6
Saturday, July 26, 2008 | 9:13 p.m. CDT;
updated 9:33 p.m. CDT, Sunday, July 27, 2008
Denis Yates bends a piece of heated metal that will become a tool for other blacksmith work at the Eagles Forge blacksmith booth at the Boone County Fair on Saturday. "If you don't have the right tool, we just make it," Yates said.
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.
Boone County Fair Gallery Day 1
Boone County Fair Gallery Day 2
Boone County Fair Gallery Day 3
Boone County Fair Gallery Day 4
Finished products sit on a table in front of the Eagles Forge blacksmith booth at the Boone County Fair on Saturday.
Scott Stager heats a piece of metal in a fire while making a scrolling fork, a tool for bending other pieces of metal, at the Eagles Forge blacksmith booth at the Boone County Fair on Saturday. At its hottest, the fire can reach temperatures of more than 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
Lauren Martin, 3, holds her award with her grandmother, Debbie Martin, after winning 5th place in a children's barbecue competition at the Boone County Fair on Saturday. Lauren won the prize for making a Hawaiian turkey burger with her parents' help.
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