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Texas Renaissance Festival Part One

Hi to all of our supporters, it has been a while posting on our blog. Some good news, we found a van, bought a historic correct tent and we got into the Texas Renaissance Festival.

The Texas Renaissance Festival started in 1974. The TRF was founded in 1974 by brothers, George and David Coulam, on an abandoned strip mining site in what is now Todd Mission, Texas. At the time, it spanned fifteen acres, with three stages featuring small improv theatre groups, and merchants selling their goods on blankets. The opening year saw a turn-out of 33,000. As of 2017, the festival sits on 55 acres of land, and offers over 200 acres of camping facilities to patrons. The festival regularly draws over half a million guests annually, making it the largest Renaissance festival in the country by attendance. 

Setup for us started on September 30 at  Texas Renaissance Festival , the next day was a dry run for TRF. It was the first time we set up with our tent from Oakenfoot. On dry run day, the booth had to be ready and we dressed in our renaissance garb. TRF is open every weekend  from October 8 to November 27 plus Black Friday. Every weekend is themed . 

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