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Hollywood legend proves you're never too old to go camping

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He might have reached the ripe old aged of 102, but Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas proved you’re never too old to go camping,

The actor’s grandson, Cameron, posted a picture on Instagram of his “pappy” chilling out in a Coleman tent.

He wrote: “This amazing man, my Pappy, is such inspiration in so many ways! Going camping at 102! #Spartacus #thrunthru”

Douglas, star of Spartacus and father of Fatal Attraction's Michael Douglas, donned a pair of sunglasses as he relaxed on an air mattress fitted with sheets, pillows, and a plush blanket. 

Pictures: Instagram/cameronmorrelldouglas

 

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