Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
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May 18 -23, 2008
Pohick Bay Regional Park on the Potomac River
in the northeastern part of Virginia

USA map showing location of Virginia

Karen Duquette and her friend Helen who lives in Virginia.

Ksren Duquette and her friend Helen Hodges
The two RV Gypsies parked their RV at their new home site.
Virginia welcome sign
AWO at rest
No neighbors nearby. Just the sound of birds and a woodpecker to wake up by. Also the sound of the wind rustling through the many trees.
the two RV Gypsies' newest home for AWO
no neighbors
A trail at Pohick Bay Regional Park led to the Potomac River and a surprise at the end.
The two RV Gypsies at the edge of the Potomac River. No other people in sight. Very beautiful, quiet scenery!
The two RV Gypsies love with their new lifestyle as RV Gypsies, living in their RV full-time, with no home to worry about.
A Groundhog - what a surprise!
Then the groundhog ran to his burrow.
Mountain Laurel across from the RV of the two RV Gypsies
divider bar
Below: Karen Duquette wearing a hooded sweater, a hat and a smile (even though she was very cold) on a picnic on a cool windy day. It is amazing that nobody else was around, just the two RV Gypsies. What a wonderful life!
Karen - picnic on a cold day
mountain laurel
trees
look below

go to the next adventure of the two RV GypsiesThe Claude Moore Colonial Farm at Turkey Run, - a step back in time to the the year 1771 and some Virginia history --- Plus the nearby quaint town of Occoquan.