Sisters on the Fly

CyberCelt | May 26, 2006 in Uncategorized | Comments (3)

Cowgirl Caravan

Sisters on the Fly is a group of women who fly fish, ride horses, caravan in vintage travel trailers and enjoy being together in the beautiful outdoors. The sisterhood started with two sisters, Maurrie and Becky who learned to flyfish from their mom.

The sisters decided to share their love of fly fishing and outdoor activities like horseback riding with other women. Only women may join Sisters on the Fly, although male trail guides and fishing guides are sometimes necessary.

Please visit Sisters on the Fly and check their event calendar for outings in your area. You do not have to own a vintage travel trailer to join. Some of the women drive diesel pushers, some have vans with tents and one or two have homemade gypsy wagons. All are welcome to the sisterhood.

From Sisters on the Fly website:

You are encouraged to join us on one of our trips and let yourselves be spoiled rotten PLUS learn to fish, and gather some new sisters you didn’t know you had. We range in age from 83 to 28 with most in between.

Sisters on the Fly will help you restore or locate a vantage trailer, like this one pictured below:

vintage travel trailer for sale
’54 Aljoa
This item costs $5500
Contact Maurrie at 602-996-4491
msussman1@cox.net

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  1. Comment by Roland UffelmanMay 21, 2010 at 9:36 pm  

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  2. Comment by dotbar — May 27, 2006 at 3:00 am  

    Hey thanks for the comments…I hope I didn’t shock you too much with the pee of the toilet seat commentary. I can be kind of blunt sometimes and maybe with a bit more time, my edges will get a bit smoother. I’m sure I could use it. Happy travelling. Hey, maybe I could sort of travel vicariously through you lot by reading your blog! Then I could kind of have your adventures secondhand without all the work and hassel….

  3. Comment by dotbar — May 27, 2006 at 12:30 am  

    Well, I can’t really see the attraction in flyfishing…I mean, what if you caught a stinky, smelly, slimy fish??? Travelling would be okay and I’d even ride horses or something if it wouldn’t traumatize my inner thighs and give me saddle sore bruises on my butt bones!


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