Crow began her writing career at the age of 28, writing for Texas Highways, 3-2-1 Contact, and Parenting, among others. In 1992, she wrote The Rockhound’s Guide to Texas, a Falcon Guide. That was quickly followed by The Rockhound’s Guide to New Mexico. Following the successes of those two guidebooks, Crow approached Falcon’s editors with a new subject– camping. While writing Camping Colorado, she developed the format for the series that would come to shape the entire Falcon brand, now known primarily for publishing guides that revolve around outdoor travel, particularly camping, hiking, climbing, and paddlesports. Camping Colorado is now in its third edition and Camping New Mexico in its second edition.
Crow continues to travel and write, with preferred subjects including, beer and wine tourism, cruising, scuba, and everything related to the outdoors. Social media plays an integral part in every story she writes, with a heavy emphasis on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram coverage provided for every topic, before, during, and after the writing process. Her work has appeared in numerous popular media outlets.
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