“Offering empowerment and sisterhood through exceptional outdoor adventures.”
Sisters on the Fly began in 1999 by two actual sisters, Maurrie Sussman and Becky Clarke who loved the outdoors and fly-fishing.
The organization committed to help empower women through outdoor adventures. Activities run the gamut from fly-fishing, kayaking, horse-back riding, wine tasting and whatever else sounds fun. The goal is to bring women together to challenge themselves, to be all they are capable of being. Since its inception nearly 15 years ago the group has grown to over 3,600 members around the world.
The “Sisters” are from all across the United States and as far away as Australia. One of the trademarks of the group is the vintage trailers many of them travel in as they gather and go to different events. These trailers are fabulously decorated and are as colorful as the women that own them.
A caravan of these trailers travelling down the road is quite a sight to see, and on October 10th approximately sixty trailers will be rolling into Fort Worth.
The Sisters are coming to town for a fun day of events with the National Cowgirl Museum, Friday, October 11th. The trailers will be parked in a lot across the Museum and in front of the building. Please click here to download a map detailing parking information. The highlights of the day will be a morning chuck-wagon breakfast to welcome the Sisters to Fort Worth and a fun filled evening touring the trailers and sampling delicious food prepared by Reata Restaurant featuring recipes from the Sisters new cookbook: Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly.
For information on how you can sponsor this event please click here.