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The two RV Gypsies
made a one-night stop
in Louisiana
May 3, 2015

USA map showing location of Louisianamap of Lousiiana showing where the two RV Gypsies visited
Welcome to Louisiana sign

The two RV Gypsies stopped at the Louisiana Welcome Center and enjoyed the signs and information about The Louisiana Northshore Quilt Trail. Unfortunately, they will not be in the area of the quilt trail, but wanted the information to be posted here anyway.

quilt trail info

Below are two signs that show how the two quilts look that are described in the above sign.

quilt sample
quilt sample

Below: a framed replica of another quilt, displayed inside the Louisiana Welcome Center.

quilt in the Welcome Center

The two RV Gypsies made a one-night stop at Poche's Fish-N-Camp in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana.

Poche's Fish-N-Camp sign

Below: The long entry into the campground was a nicely hard-packed gravel road, and the office of Poche's Fish-N-Camp was different looking from other campground offices.

long entry into the campground
campground office

License plates hanging from the porch roof ceiling and one of several porch swings.

hanging License plates
porch swing

The small pool and playground at the entrance.

pool
pool and playground

Poche's Fish-N-Camp had ponds / small lakes everywhere.

one of many ponds or lakes

Below: The RV and toad of the two RV Gypsies. Lee unhooked the toad, then backed the RV into the site to the right of the other RV shown in the photo below. Note that this means there was water both in front of their RV and behind their RV.

The RV and Toad of the two RV Gypsies
new home for the two RV Gypsies

Below: The new home for the two RV Gypsies with a big lake behind them.

nice slab, lake and grass

Standing behind their RV, Karen took a photo of the lake, looking left, and looking right.

another lake
another lake

Looking out the front window of the two RV Gypsies' motorhome, they got a nice view of part of the two ponds in front of their RV site.

two lakes
lake

This was a quiet, pretty campground and well-maintained. The two RV Gypsies were not given any paperwork or rules and regulations. They did not walk around the campground, so they can not make very many comments about it. No Wi-Fi. Antenna TV which didn't come in that well. Very low water pressure. Nicely maintained roads.

look below

go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies: Please continue on the the adventures of the two RV in Texas; a Segway tour, lots of deer, swamp walk, evidence of a drought, The Alamo and Riverwalk, museums, sand dune, gardens, Ripley's and lots more.