Earlier this month, I gathered a group of friends — from various points in my life, from college to my early work days to my New York years — to New York Harbor to join me for a few hours on the Ventura, the 1919 schooner that viewers of this blog should be quite familiar with. We set out into the harbor and encountered a solid half hour of steady rain. It soaked through the little ponchos the boat supplied. But once the rain stopped, we were given the most wonderful gift: a double rainbow. What does it mean? I think it means the next half century is going to be just as good as the first.
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