With Winter Rains, a Chair Sprouts on Bernal Hill

Along with green grass and seasonal flowers, the winter rains have also spawned some unusual topiary in the Dominion of Bernalwood — including this chair, which sprouted overnight atop Bernal Hill.

I’m no arborist, but that appears to be a Wingback Beigeicus, an ancient species that’s native to this region.

Meanwhile, with typically keen insight, La Lengua rebel spokesblogger (and Sutro Tower fetishist) Burrrito Justice was able to ascertain the true reason why Mother Nature brought this chair into our lives:

PHOTOS: Burrito Justice and Mcnangus

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7 Responses to With Winter Rains, a Chair Sprouts on Bernal Hill

  1. SER says:

    I saw that this morning and judged it to be an act of hipster vandalism. I have begun to mass troops of Gen X-ers on the border of Dolores Park for a counterattack.

  2. Ces says:

    Millenial generation trying to be creative….

  3. Wont the chair just end up wet, moldy and unpleasant to sit in? (but nice pics!)

  4. Paul says:

    Ironic dumping is still dumping.

  5. Sam says:

    Not Smith & Hawken? The Philistines have arrived on our shores.

  6. Angie says:

    Um, I think I just found where that chair came from:


    Cool that Bernal Hill was used for Thao’s photo shoot. Not so cool that they chose to leave their prop behind.

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