It’s three hours before the show, and the flavorful, buttery smell of popcorn starts to slowly waft through the air, swirling with the gritty dust at the Boone County Fairgrounds Coliseum. Outside, the elephants, Daisy and Bambi, trumpet while children and their families file into the arena. Camper trailers line the grounds, but these are not your usual trailers. Signs posted on them read “Concession Stand” and “Performing Elephants.”
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