Trailer Raffle! Sisters on the Fly

One of the many things that I think makes Sisters on the Fly the best group ever is their commitment to works of charity! Paying it forward and helping those in need! Who wouldn’t want to do that? Several times in the past generous and warm hearted sisters have donated their time and talents for great causes.

Sisters on the Fly has been a partner with Casting for Recovery, a not for profit organization that helps women recovering from breast cancer, for many years. At sister on the fly camp outs generous sisters raise money among themselves by raffling off what I call “Sistertastic” trailer finds. Every once in a while though that generosity is exceeded by a phenomenal donation like this 1957 Mercury “Quicksilver” vintage trailer donated by Jennifer Smith. It has been beautifully restored by Kent Kraemer at Blue Moon Caravans in Missoula, Montana. Thank you Kent! In addition to all of that it has been beautifully decorated by our very own sister on the fly “trailer whisperer”, Kristin Manas. Job well done Kristin! It really speaks to me and I think she has expertly enhanced the classic charm of this Birchwood Beauty!

 These trailers are harder to come by everyday and having one ready to roll usually involves a big investment! A $25 tax deductible chance could win you this piece of nostalgia though!

The only thing to be said here is “classic”!

I love EVERYTHING about Kristin’s selections. In the world of design the ability to enhance something naturally beautiful without overwhelming it is rare! Kristin “gets it”!
Coffee anyone?

 

I had the original ice box in my 1959 Field and Stream and never considered taking it out for a Home Depot refrigerator. A frozen one gallon water jug lasted four days in it!

 

Yellow interiors are so sweet and calming!

I only ask that whoever wins this lets me come by and sit a spell! Follow the link to buy your tickets.

Trailer raffle- photos & link:https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=26bff2

Learn more about Casting for Recovery http://castingforrecovery.org/
Learn more about Sisters on the Fly  http://www.sistersonthefly.com/