Recent University of Puget Sound graduates Brandon Johnson, left, and Graham Robinson catch their breath at the finish of the 3.8-mile hopscotch course they built for an event in May. It would have set the record for longest course, but their verification packet was lost in the mail.
Recent University of Puget Sound graduates Brandon Johnson, left, and Graham Robinson catch their breath at the finish of the 3.8-mile hopscotch course they built for an event in May. It would have set the record for longest course, but their verification packet was lost in the mail. Jensen Handwork Courtesy
Recent University of Puget Sound graduates Brandon Johnson, left, and Graham Robinson catch their breath at the finish of the 3.8-mile hopscotch course they built for an event in May. It would have set the record for longest course, but their verification packet was lost in the mail. Jensen Handwork Courtesy

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