In 1955, At age 67, Emma Gatewood, a mother of 11 and grandmother of 23, became the first woman to thru-hike the 2168-mile Appalachian Trail solo. Grandma Gatewood was also an unwitting pioneer of extreme ultra-light hiking, wearing Keds sneakers, carrying an army blanket, a raincoat, a shower curtain for shelter, a cup, and a change of clothes slung in a homemade bag over her shoulder. She gathered wild foods on the trail, supplementing them with dried beef, cheese, nuts & sausages bought in towns along the way.
She hiked the entire trail again in 1960 and then again at age 75 in 1963, making her the first person to hike the trail three times. She became a bit of a national celebrity appearing on “Today Show”, Groucho Marx’ “You Bet Your Life” show and the “Tonight Show”. She also received free sneakers from Keds.
It looks like shes saying “i prefer vaginas more then ass”
hittin it so hard
Love this promotional work for Science World.
THE MOSQUITO THING EXPLAINS EVERYTHING
Mrs. Doubtfire recut as a horror movie.