PATH PUZZLE REDUX
Draw a path that leads from any one of the grid’s openings to any other. As the path winds from one cell to the next, it can move up, down, left or right but not diagonally. It cannot pass through any cell more than once. The numbers around the grid tell how many cells the path must pass through in the corresponding row or column. Numbers adjacent to both a row and a column represent the total number of cells in the path from both the row and the column. If a row or column has no number, then the path may pass through as many or as few cells as you’d like.