Other men and women, carrying lunch pails, trudge along thin strands of land dotted by homes with a waterfront view.
Behind the men trudged the women and children, stopping to butcher the kill.
Beyond the next rise, a few women trudged along dusty paths in a trailer park.
A troop of noisy children ran along the paths; a middle-aged woman carrying an oversized purse trudged after them.
The woman, who said she was using the bulb from her refrigerator as the only light in her apartment, trudged from the store.
The women trudged through, and the blue gate clanged shut behind them with earsplitting finality.
Occasionally I have seen men and women trudge past, dragging their possessions behind them on a sledge.
Over twenty men and women trudged behind it, failing to keep up.
The two young women trudged on down the trail.
But as long as women have been trudging into the workplace, they've been trickling out.