By By Steve Rubenstein For six decades, Carol Schuldt plunged barely clad into the water off Ocean Beach, befriended mixed-up youngsters and swore like a stevedore.
They called her Schultzie and also the Queen of the Beach — among other things. She was a free spirit and proud of it.
“They called me a crazy lady,” she said. “ I would jump in the ocean and throw my clothes off. I was the first hippy. Body surfing, being close to nature, that was my path.”
Schuldt died Saturdayin her mural-covered San Francisco home, only a short walk from the ocean. She was 85 and had been diagnosed [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate