From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
Many women are reluctant to go RVing by themselves and who can blame us? Hitching up a trailer, backing it into a parking space and camping alone in the woods isn’t something most of us grew up doing.
But one RVing woman’s club called Sisters on the Fly is inspiring all generations of women to hit the road on their own in funky, renovated vintage trailers that any man would envy.
“It’s like a grown-up Girl Scouts!” said Julia McSherry, a Sister since 2010. Julia is the official Rocky Mountain Region Wrangler for different gatherings sponsored by the largest women’s outdoor organization in the U.S.
She became a Sister after an unforgettable fly fishing trip on the Yellowstone River in Montana that she took with the group’s co-founder Maurrie Sussman, aka Sister #1. Upon returning home she was instantly hooked on the outdoors. Shortly afterward she hitched her 1959 Dalton trailer up to the Sister’s caravan and hasn’t looked back.
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