We were born and raised in south Louisiana, have been married for 49 years. We have 3 daughters and 5 grandchildren and 2 great-granddaughter. Army veteran, retired from Union Carbide, Karen retired from Entergy Waterford 3 Nuclear Plant. We travel alot and now own a Lance Truck Camper, which is put on a Ford F250 and pull a 12 foot motorcycle trailer, which holds our Goldwing. In years past we had traveled on our motorcycle but now trailer it to our destination and ride the scenic routes.
Great cajun cook!!!
We enjoy the mountain areas, riding our motorcycle through mountain roads are great fun to us since we have lived below sea level all our lives. We have travel the east and west coast, Rocky Mountain area seems to be our favorite.
No longer have a camper.
Thanks to Robert and Karen for hosting my wife and me recently, it was great fun to sit and talk about all of our travels and places we have been. They were SO accommodating and had such a great site to boondock, in fact, nicer than most campgrounds we have been in. Level site, water and electric! It was great. And the recommendation for a local site was spot on. Robert and Karen are a big reason we had such a great visit to this area.
We boondocked two nights with Robert and Karen Landry. We shared travel stories and thoroughly stuffed ourselves on Karen's home cooking. They shared not only their parking but a gave us recommendations on where to visit. We highly recommend this spot for any traveling through southern Lousisiana.
We were made to feel very welcome in true Southern style. Robert and Karen were very informative and helpful about New Orleans and made our overnight stop very enjoyable.
We found Robert and Karen Landry to be the true meaning of Southern Hospitality. They were extremely helpful in getting us directions to local attractions. They also made excellent suggestions of cuisine we may consider trying. They have a great parking site; easy in and out. We would highly recommend this location for anyone traveling through Louisiana via Interstate 10. We would hope to host them if they ever found their way to Nashville, Michigan.