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WHEN A FONDA GETS LOST, IT’S HARD TO KEEP IT A SECRET

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Jane Fonda didn't want park rangers to tell anyone that she got lost in the Sequoia National Forest. Fonda, 51, an experienced hiker, got separated while on a Sunday outing with Femmy Delyser, an instructor at the Jane Fonda Workout Studio in Beverly Hills, and wasn't discovered until a helicopter spotted her Monday. "When we heard late Sunday night that Jane Fonda was lost, there was more than a little bit of skepticism," said park spokesman Bill Tweed. "But when we confirmed that she was missing, we began searching for her. She did exactly what she was supposed to do and luckily she came prepared with a survival blanket, snacks and a jacket." The park service originally honored Fonda's request for anonymity by not mentioning the name of the rescued person but someone tipped off The Fresno Bee that the lost hiker was Fonda. "Actually, she felt pretty upbeat about it," said Fonda spokesman Stephen Rivers. "In fact, she is proud of the fact that she survived it in good shape."