Birds are chirping. Orchard trees are swaying from branch to branch, taking turns to do a courtesy bow at each other. The sun peeks and sun rays darting through the tree like a golden arrow beam straight at the grass.
On a Monday afternoon, I met Hannah at the Legion of Honor Museum that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Land’s End is beautiful coastal trail that stretches from the base of the Golden Gate Bridge all the way to the Giant Highway of San Francisco. Hannah wore a white linen dress with wide brim straw hat. On her shoulder she had a straw bag to go with her ensembles. We reached the open meadow that covered with little white flowers. She laid her white blanket on top of the grass. She sat down and took out her romance novel for an afternoon leisure reading. Her hair swept side to side from the coastal wind reminding her that summer not yet here. In her circular straw bag, she had a bouquet of fresh flowers, a book, and an apple.
Nearby the meadow you can hear golf players yelled “balls” or “par”, you can’t but to look up for the flying balls. Rest assure, the meadow is tranquil with surrounding sounds birds singing and tree swaying. Every now and you see a light blanket of fog rolling just to remind us that we are after all in San Francisco. A little bit northwest of the meadow just above the cypress trees perched the majestic grandeur of Golden Gate Bridge view in the backdrop. Spring is beautiful here and what better to spend a picnic here.