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Sister Story: Linda, Sister #4547

I knew when I retired that I wanted to travel and see as much of our beautiful country as I could. I loved the idea of camping. I googled “women traveling alone,” and Sisters on the Fly was one of the sites that came up. […]

My Sister Story: Bonnie, Sister #5380

“I first saw Sisters on the Fly at the Country Living Show and thought, ‘Wow, this is for me!’ I grew up camping and traveling all over the United States. My husband and I did the same with our children. But it took four years […]

Tiny House Nation visits Sisters on the Fly

Tiny House Nation hosts John and Zack stopped by a Sisters on the Fly event. Here’s their take on the food, fun, and that fantastic slogan.

My Sister Story: Loretta, Sister #3704

I had never heard of Sisters on the Fly until three years ago. I saw the group on the news. Two weeks later met a Sister from Indiana who explained Sisters on the Fly to me. Joining has been the best thing I’ve ever done. […]

Getting Bolder: Santa’s Gift

Positive aging leader Ginny McKinny speaks on what it’s like to have faith that maybe, just maybe, Santa might be real.

Happy Camper Girls: Sister #1480’s Story

Our Dear Sister #1480, better known as Mig, is doing something bold, brazen, brave and generally fabulous. Girlfriend is hiking the Pacific Crest Trail. Yep, in the spirit of living life in the fullest, Mig has set off on a  5-month adventure. You can read […]

A Heartfelt Message from our Founders

Dear Sisters, In moments like these, I like to remember why we all became Sisters on the Fly in the first place – to support each other, to be nice to one another, and to share wild, fun, adventures. In our humble but exciting way, […]

Always There for One Another

What does it mean to be a Sister? Stories of travel and support remind us what it means to be there for each other.

An Homage to the Breast Cancer Survivors of Sisters on the Fly

The 2017 Sisters on the Fly calendar is an homage to the breast cancer survivors of our group. That’s right, the calendar proudly features members of Sisters on the Fly who have survived breast cancer, joyfully modeling in front of their or other Sister’s vintage trailers.

My Sister Story: Pam, Sister #3864

When my husband decided he was “done with camping thing,” I joined a women’s camping group here in Spokane, WA. On one of their trips I heard about the Sisters on the Fly, and couldn’t get home fast enough to sign up. I think my […]