Bushwoman: A Search for the Perfect Place

Author(s): Sigrid Crump


Sigrid Crump, Barry Crump's sister-in-law, seen at camps and hunts from one end of the country to the other, always on her own and always moving on. This is her remarkable and highly entertaining story.


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Sigrid was born in Germany in1938. She came to New Zealand in 1963. After many years in the bush she married Barry Crump's brother Bill and became a ranger at Totaranui in the Abel Tasman Park for many years. She lives in Golden Bay now and survives them both.

Foreword (by Barry Crump). Where it all Began. The Southern Alps. Hoki at Last. Possumtrapping. My Own Block. Deep Creek Hut. Arawata River. The Ureweras. More North Island Hills. Black River and Bruce Bay. New Source of Income. The Landsborough. Goldmining at Moke Creek. Puysegar Point. Down the Long Burn. The Bus. Golden Bay. The Pine-tree Gang. Totaranui Rangerstation. The Perfect Place.

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