COLORADO SPRINGS - The Quackenbush twins, Georgia and Virginia have lived in Colorado Springs all of their lives. It wasn't until early this year that the 53-year-old siblings made an amazing discovery.
The twins had both seen their gynecologist Dr. Warren Spencervitz about the onset of menopause, better known as the change of life.
Georgia had it especially bad as her temper became shorter than Danny Devito. Virginia tried to help her but she was pretty much in the same boat and the boat was heading straight for an iceberg.
Dr. Spencervitz tired all kinds of pills, elixirs, exercises, and even some lower anatomy massages, but nothing seemed to work for the Quackenbush sisters.
Finally one day, one of their neighbors, Donovan Bywater, 61, told them that he had an old maid aunt Eunice Bywater, 76, who'd had the same exact problem.
He said that her change of life symptoms were so bad that she actually could get into a fight with an adult male porcupine and she could make the son-of-a-gun run off scared as hell.
Bywater told them that Aunt Eunice would climb up Pikes Peak, which is almost 3 miles high, on a daily basis, seven days a week.
He remarked that after doing that for three weeks Eunice's menopausal problems were completely eradicated and she even started smiling again.
SIDENOTE: Virginia and Georgia Quackenbush have been climbing Pikes Peak for the past three weeks and they have said that their change of life symptoms are completely gone.