Navigating Early - Chapters 21 - 25 Summary & Analysis

Clare Vanderpool
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Gunnar takes the boys to the river for a survival lesson. He says that Jesus had a lot of friends who were fishermen. Gunnar put a pair of waders on and gave the boys each a pair. Early tries to think of all the reasons why fly fishing may have been in the New Testament. Gunnar says that fly-fishing is a contemplative man’s recreation. Early is already adept at fly fishing. Fish taught him. They fish for a couple of hours. The rest of the afternoon is spent on other wilderness training and survival skills, one of which was tracking a bear.

That night Gunnar names the stars that comprise the Pleiades star cluster. But Gunnar says stars don’t have to be named. They are to be gazed upon and admired. And fly fishing is about enjoying the water and the...

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