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Tag Archives: Sisters on the Fly
2012 marks my second year with Sisters on the Fly. I’ve connected with some great women via email–fun folks I hope to camp with soon. Most recently, I participated in the not-so-secret-Santa Sister Swap/virtual Meet & Greet where I was … Continue reading
Vintage camper sighting at the Wine Emporium. Spotted by Jerry and Kristi C. near Asheville, NC. The internet makes it really easy to be a stalker. I discovered that the Bubba Jane, a 1965 Zipper, is owned by one of … Continue reading
Texas Country Reporter highlights Sisters on the Fly and several of their beautiful vintage campers as they caravan from Grapevine, Texas to the Arizona desert.
Well, I dipped into the camper funds yesterday and bought myself a Martin. It was love at first sight, and I figured I’ve waited this long for a vintage camper so I can wait a little longer. This way it … Continue reading
I’m officially a Sister on the Fly. The all-girl adventure group claims to have more fun than anyone. How could I resist such a promise? I received my number, welcome packet, and first badge this week. It was all very … Continue reading
This week I’ve been reading about the sassy Sisters on the Fly and their cowgirl caravan. This sisterhood includes over 1,400 fly-fishin’, horseback-ridin’, kayak-paddlin’, vintage-trailer-campin’ gals. And while I’m not so interested in the fishing and riding part, I love … Continue reading