A ship big enough to carry two in fair weather, but only one in foul. The sea was calm and the sky was blue; Merrily, merrily sailed we two. (High barometer maketh glad.) On the tipsy ship, with a dreadful shout, The tempest descended and we fell out. (O the walking is nasty bad!) Armit Huff Bettle
Friendship is a neighborhood of large Victorian houses in the East End of the City of Pittsburgh. It was built by upper middle class industrial managers at the dawn of the 20th century, abandoned in the 1960s, and rediscovered by graduate students and professionals in the 1990s.
The friendship was a First Fleet transport ship, built in Scarborough in 1784.