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Come join Us in St. Louis at the Builders Home Show March 8-11

Sisters on the Fly has been invited to participate in this year’s event and we’d LOVE for you to join us! You can volunteer to man an information station, bring your trailer staged and ready for tours, or just stop by and say hello! Maurrie and […]

Capture the True West with Vivid Images & Sisters on the Fly

This June will be our 3rd Annual Western Ranch Life Photography Workshop located at the Willow Creek Ranch in Kaycee, Wyoming- June 8-16, 2018, are the dates and if you have a love of the west and ranch life and you love photography you should try to come […]

Auld Lang Syne for a Special SOTF Year

Post contributed by blogger, Positive Aging Expert & Motivational Speaker, Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537    Marshmallow Ranch Blog Getting Bolder: Auld Lang Syne “Should auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brought to mind?” A Scottish poem written by Robert Burns in 1788, these words are set to […]

“Camping in a Winter Wonderland”

Posted by contributing blogger, Positive Aging Expert & Motivational Speaker, Ginny McKinney, SOTF #3537    Marshmallow Ranch Blog ****************** This is the time of year most of us north of the Mason-Dixon Line dread so much…storing our campers for the winter. When I bought a little […]

Sisters Thanksgiving Mobile Feast

Happy Thanksgiving, all Sisters, Friends, Family! Sisters on the Fly are pretty darn good at creating superb feasts anywhere with just a bit of planning. Here is a menu for any adventurous camper on this favorite holiday of ours. (Last year SOTF dropped their “No Dogs” rule for […]

Sisters on the Fly take on the Lewis and Clark Trail!

Sisters on the Fly, the largest outdoor women’s group in the U.S., will embark on a journey of exploration with another summer road trip, taking on the Lewis and Clark Trail from May 22 – June 21. The scale of the trip has been abridged […]

Summer Road Trip: The Lewis and Clark Trail

Follow along with us as we take on the Lewis and Clark Trail from St. Louis, Missouri to the coast of Oregon. The 32 night, 2,000+ mile trip will take us through the heartland of America and the stunning mountains across our northwestern states, following the Missouri River North through the Dakotas and West through Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon.