The new issue of Newnan-Coweta Magazine came out on Friday, and inside is one of my all-time favorite features, this one on the local members of that delightful national group "Sisters on the Fly." These women restore vintage campers which they take all over the country before spending some time together shopping, fishing, camping, reading books ... whatever the women happen to be interested in. These are some of the local members, and I couldn't resist sharing some of the photos, especially one that will be of special interest here! (Photos, by the way, are not mine today but appear courtesy of photographer Bob Fraley for Newnan-Coweta Magazine.)
This camper, named "Shabby Foo Foo," belongs to Sharon Robinson, who is a Delta mechanic. I think it's absolutely delightful!
This camper's signage cracks me up! Owner Anita Wallace named her camper "Ida Clair." (And I declare, that's funny!)
This camper, "Hot To Trot," is owned by Sue Edmonson and Nan McGuffey, who are literally "sisters" on the fly.
And the camper feature I most adore, this "tea station" set up by Paula Bush, owner of the camper "Queen Bee." Ohhhhhh, how I do love this!
So, I've already told my husband I want one of these old campers to restore, even if it just stays in the back yard for a while, and I've got my mom on the lookout as well. Can't you just imagine decorating one of these entirely in a tea theme? Oh! My! Goodness! But what will I call mine? Maybe I could borrow the name of a friend's blog and name it Frivoli-tea? Or Traveloci-tea? Any suggestions?