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Anchoring -- What I've Learned In My First Year.

When my dad bought our boat, a man told him “cruising is about finding exotic anchorages and fixing things.”  My dad said he didn’t really understand what that meant, but it was funny, so it stuck in his head.  After a year, he and I see it’s not so far from the truth.  We’ve had our share of things to fix.  And we've experienced some amazing anchorages. My dad says boating is a "yin yang" thing and told me to look up what that means.  Wikipedia says it's  “how seemingly opposite or contrary forces may actually be complementary, interconnected, and interdependent in the natural world, and how they may give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.”   I can see how our good experiences feel better after getting through bad ones, and how our bad experiences are overcome by the good ones.  And maybe, how our good experiences wouldn’t feel as good if it weren’t for the bad ones, like how Spring feels after Winter, or how sunshine feels better after a storm pa

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