Dallas, Texas - Week 1 & 2

I know I didn’t post last week, but Her Majesty passed away, and since I (Lily) am the one who writes the posts, I wasn’t feeling up for it. She will be missed, but it brings up a good point… what do you do when a pet dies while you’re rving? Well, Michael came up with a great idea, find a Pet Cemetery and get her cremated! So, that’s exactly what we did. We now have a cute box with her name engraved on it, so she can finish the rv adventure with us.

With the upset over Her Majesty’s death, we didn’t feel up to exploring Dallas as much as we’d planned, but we did do a couple of things that we can share with everyone.

First, we went to Medieval Times in downtown Dallas. You drive up to a building in the shape of a castle, walk in (after taking photos), and get greeted as if you were a Lord or a Lady! What fun! The show consists of horses doing tricks, knights jousting, and a spectacular show. They serve a lot of food. If we do this again, I will pay for two people, but only accept one meal, because there was half a chicken (per person), baked potato (per person), soup (per person)… and that’s not even all of it! You get the idea. Worth a visit!

Next, we visit the First Monday Flea Market, which is only open the weekend around the 1st of every month. I can’t even tell you how big it is… it’s huge! I, Lily, would’ve bought everything there, if we weren’t living in an RV. We did find a few great Christmas presents and a couple of inside joke gifts for people.

Other than that, we relaxed and recovered from our loss.

We stayed at the Canton I-20 RV Park, and we would recommend it! We are giving it 5 stars! The internet there was superb, the spots were gravel but decently level, and overall a great location and price.

Now, we are in Amarillo, Texas for a week before moving on!