I have been looking forward to this post for some time now.Â Back in November, I connected with Irene Rawlings on Facebook.Â Double D was looking for a cute camper for the spring photo-shoot and Irene kindly helped us locate and nail down a "canned ham" for the shoot.As we were making arrangements, I learned Irene was putting the finishing touches on a book featuring the fun, weekend-vagabond lifestyle of Sisters on the Fly, a group of women who travel around the country in restored vintage trailers.Â I can go on and on,Â but I'm going to let Irene take it from here...
Irene and the rest of these sisters have got me hankering to join...In fact, I've got my eye on an old Airstream sitting in a oilfield tool yard that I would really like to get my hands on and Double D-it-up!Â Â I'll keep you posted if I take the leap but for now, I'm relishing my very own copy of SOTF: Caravans, Campfires, and Tales from the Road.Â (I'll post more pics tomorrow)
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