We’re slackers. How lame is it to blog about something that’s been going on for months (since November), but is about to close in four days? Until March 13th (this Sunday) you can still get your butt over to the Conservatory of Flowers for some Garden Railway action. It’s cool! James Sellier, Artist in Residence at Recology crafted a bunch of new SF landmarks out of recycled materials. The Dutch Windmill’s blades are made out of old wooden rulers, love it!
Yes, there really is a bison paddock in Golden Gate Park with real life bison frolicking about. I guess I’ve never seen them frolic, but I bet they do late at night when no one’s looking. According to wikipedia they’ve been keeping bison since 1891.
No mini Golden Gate Park scene would be complete without a mini Conservatory of Flowers. I love the Aloe “tree”.
There are a few non-park scenes going on too. If only the Transamerica building and Castro theater were so close to each other in real life. Coming soon: Amy Stewart’s Wicked Plants: Botanical Rogues & Assassins, opening April 7th. We won’t wait months and months to go check it out this time around.