Jumping for friendship in Groton
Groton — Friends Hank Stahlberg, 3, and Trenor Morse, 4, both of Groton, were jumping into the sand from a wall Tuesday while visiting Groton Long Point's Main Beach with their grandparents.
"I think this is called seasonal dock jumping," said Hank's caretaker Prudence Hignett.
The adult friends get together once a week, usually outside, so the boys can play.
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