The Crazy Daisy is set up for photographs in Amiee Figgatt's yard. This is the way the camper is displayed at events and for outings of Sisters on the Fly.
Brian Farkas poses outside his family's vintage 1955 Cadillac motor home. The hood is up to show off the painstakingly restored original engine.
Figgatt and her pup, Rosie, pose inside her refurbished Shasta, decorated in Figgatt's signature "junktique" style. The bed turns into a table and there is a bunk bed above. Everything has a purpose, sometimes two, in the small space.
Adrienne Worthy (from left), Will Farkas-Worthy and Brian Farkas sit at the dining table inside the RV. Worthy took great care to pick fabric representative of the 1950s, when the vehicle was manufactured.
The stove and much of the cabinetry in the Shasta kitchenette are original.
Figgatt and her husband painted the camper with automotive sprayers, and Figgatt did the detailing by hand.