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Put Some Spring in Your Step at These Fun DFW Spots

Posted by Kayla Palesky on Wed, Mar 13, 2019 @ 21:03 PM

Dallas Courier, Temperature Sensitive Deliveries

Can you feel it? Well, maybe not. But, eventually, you will. Springtime is coming! (And it’s a lot less ominous than winter. Or the series finale of GOT.) It’s times like these that North Texas could use a little temperature control. You know, like the kind you get when you hire Dallas Courier for your temperature sensitive deliveries.


Our vehicles are expertly maintained to offer specific temperature control at one, two, or three different temperatures. Our refrigerated vans and straight trucks are equipped to handle everything from one carton to dozens of pallets full of frozen, ambient, or refrigerated goods. Professional couriers with training in local and federal food transportation laws will be the only ones handling your deliveries.


If only North Texas spring could be as reliable as our couriers who move your temperature sensitive deliveries…


Since there is no such thing as temperature control around these parts, unless, of course, you’re talking about your deliveries, you’ll just have to brave it day by day. There are a few great springtime spots around North Texas that are so fun, you just might forget about the wild weather. Here are a few of our favorites:


  • Fort Worth’s Sundance Square: Whether you’re in the mood for shopping, eating, or just people watching, this is a leisurely way to spend the day in the heart of Cowtown.
  • International Exotic Animal Sanctuary: Boyd, Texas, located about 30 miles from DFW houses an animal sanctuary that is home to about 75 bears, cougars, birds, and other animals. There are regularly scheduled tours, as well as the option for special tours with advance notification.
  • Trade Days: Rain or shine, Canton will be holding First Mondays Trade Days on the weekend before the first Monday of every month. The world’s largest and oldest flea market is a great way to spend a springtime Saturday.
  • Lavender Ridge Farms: Lavender is the perfect scent for relaxation, and the perfect place to pick it is at this farm in Gainesville. The farm reopens on April 5th.
  • Fossil Rim Wildlife Center: You know who doesn’t care so much about the wild spring weather? A rhino! You can meet those animals and more at the wildlife center in Glen Rose, Texas.
  • ShangriLlama: Ever met Barak Obama? Well you can meet Barak O’Llama at this Royce City llama sanctuary. You can also go on a Llama Walk, take a Llama Llesson, or even have bridal portraits (?) taken.
  • Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens: Raindrops on roses? Why, those are a few of our favorite things! Even if you get a little spring shower, the Arboretum is a great place to take in nature and the beauty of a blooming spring.
  • Katy Trail: Get a little exercise, and take your pooch! Katy Trail is a famous North Texas jaunt. When you get tired, you can always settle in to one of the many pet-friendly restaurants along the trail.


Sometimes temperature control is unattainable. Like when you’re looking for things to do in springtime here in North Texas. These fun springtime spots, though, are sure to please, rain or shine. Just don’t forget your rain boots and umbrella!


Other times, temperature control is not only a preference, it’s a requirement. When you have healthcare items, lab specimens, food distribution, or even priceless artwork, temperature control is necessary to ensure your items have a save drive from point to point in the Metroplex, or even beyond.


The right courier offers a variety of maintained vehicles to suit your cargo, as well as trained and licensed professionals to complete the task 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Want to learn more about temperature control transport in DFW? Contact Dallas Courier today. Our services are extensive, and our customer service is unmatched!