My SOTF Sisters

Sister’s On The Fly Sister #1899

 

 

I’m gonna be talking a lot about this so I felt I needed to give you a little intro to SOTF. As many of my friends know, I’m a SOTF. We all have #’s and I’m #1899. Numbers get assigned in order as to when you join the club. Our #’s are now up to almost 3500. I joined in May of 2011 so you know the #’s have inclined most in the past couple of years. You can check out more about my Sisters HERE.

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We go on Glamping trips throughout the year, you will see more photos of our trips and the fun we have as I post more. And if you don’t know what Glamping is, you will soon. (If you keep watching my blog.)

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These girls have been such a help to me in the past couple years. They’ve given me a sense of belonging and friendship like a sister relationship should be.

Who says Sisters have to be blood related!!

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Here’s a news article about two of my East Coast Sisters Carol and Janine. (link below) I LOVE these girls!

 

carol and jannine

Carol’s Log Cabin Camper (in the back) is the same model as my Shabby Shack. We even have campers that are Sisters. ;)

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Janine

Janine in her “Roam Sweet Roam” and it is just that, SWEET!!

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carol

Carol’s inside is much different then Shabby’s inside. It’s not quite finished here in this photo.

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I have yet to meet this other Sister Judy….maybe this summer I will.

CandJ

Photos by: Nancy Rokos/Staff Photographer | Posted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 5:59 pm

Sisters-on-the-Fly members,(l) Carol Thompson of Mansfield and Janine Pettit form Hamilton stand near their vintage trailers. BCT Photo N.Rokos

via Sister on the Fly 01 – phillyburbs.com: Burlington County Times.

 

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Happy Sister Trails to you!

Q

 

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