Running the Subansiri
“Bridget Crocker navigates uncharted waters – literally and emotionally – on a remote river in India.”
– Don George, Editor
Taking The Oars
Forging a sisterhood in Zambia, Africa while navigating some of the world’s most radical whitewater.
“The short stories in this anthology are by a group of magnificent female travelers.”
Heartbreak and Class V whitewater converge on Costa Rica’s Naranjo River.
“My favorite story set in Costa Rica is written by Bridget Crocker who demonstrates courage and paddling expertise on a maiden voyage down a mean river. She begins this journey in emotional crisis, but remembers that she is strong, self-reliant, capable and fully engaged in life when it comes time to turn on survival skills.” – Linda Ballou, Author, Lost Angel Walkabout
“My attention was captivated by the account of rafting guide Bridget Crocker’s encounter with the Kalinga villagers of the Philippines, who have ‘mostly abandoned’ the ritual of headhunting but still test her intelligence—and nerves— with the offer of a dead piglet.” – Susan Frith, Pennsylvania Gazette
“A paddler’s paradise, whitewater boaters the globe over flock to Costa Rica’s incredible, world-renowned rivers.” –Bridget Crocker, Contributing Author, Lonely Planet Costa Rica
and Home in Wyoming’s
Stunning Jackson Hole Valley.