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My Sister Story: Paulette, Sister #249

Ten years ago I saw the Sisters camped out at “The Farm” in South Pheonix. When I saw the trailers, I knew in an instant I was going to join this group. I visited Maurrie at her home to sign up and ask how to […]

My Sister Story: Nancy, Sister #5445

I got my trailer last year and began the evolutionary process of creating by Cardinal Caliente. I had heard about Sisters on the Fly, and when I checked the website and realized the trip was only a month away, it became #1 on my bucket […]

The Golden Season

This is prime-time for camping and many of our Sisters are out there making the most of the season. Check out these photos by Gale Sheppard  from a recent Sister trip.                

Getting Bolder: Phoenixing

Positive aging leader Ginny McKinny speaks from the heart on what it’s like to rise up from the ashes.

Lewis and Clark One Step

Lewis and Clark One Step One of my favorite quotes by Lao Tzu in the Tao Te Ching (The Book of the Way and Its Virtue) “The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” My dream to follow the Lewis and Clark […]

What is Sister Caravaning? (Hint: Road Trip!)

What’s it like to road trip with 50 of your friends? Hint: there’s fun involved. These vintage trailer caravans are spotted all along America’s highways.

Getting Bolder: From Princess to Queen

Positive aging leader Ginny McKinny celebrates what its like to go from Princess to Queen.

A Nevada City Treasure Trove

A group of Sisters on the Fly set up shop in Nevada City, CA. Check out photos of their set below!     Sisters on the ground included: Dena Marean,  Elaine Rene Lewis Martin, Charlotte Mann Tamitha, Barbara, Virginia, Rhonda Lafferty, Linda Fatta Ott, and more!

Getting Bolder: The Joys of Sun, Sea, and Breeze

Sisters on the Fly and Ginny McKinny explore what it’s like to find new joy in sun, sea, and breeze, after transitions such as retirement or widowhood.

How To Go From ‘Get By’ to ‘Thrive!’

We’re told life is supposed to peak in our spring years, so why are so many women discovering what’s possible come fall?