University of Puget Sound instructor Jordan Hanssen, from left, and recent graduates Sam Friedman, Eric Nathanson, Calli Vasatka and Audra Tromly pose for a picture Thursday after completing their 2,300-mile row of the Mississippi River. The device at the bow of the boat was used to shoot images for Google Maps.
University of Puget Sound instructor Jordan Hanssen, from left, and recent graduates Sam Friedman, Eric Nathanson, Calli Vasatka and Audra Tromly pose for a picture Thursday after completing their 2,300-mile row of the Mississippi River. The device at the bow of the boat was used to shoot images for Google Maps. Jordan Hanssen Courtesy
University of Puget Sound instructor Jordan Hanssen, from left, and recent graduates Sam Friedman, Eric Nathanson, Calli Vasatka and Audra Tromly pose for a picture Thursday after completing their 2,300-mile row of the Mississippi River. The device at the bow of the boat was used to shoot images for Google Maps. Jordan Hanssen Courtesy

University of Puget Sound rowers finish 2,300-mile Mississippi River expedition

November 26, 2016 02:35 PM

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