On the few blissfully warm, spring days like today, when the fog burns off, a siesta in a hammock seems so dreamy.
Well, if like me, you're living in a 300-square-foot studio with no outdoor space of your own, saunter over to 's pea-sized People Park where there's a human-sized spider web of a hammock open for public relaxation.
The hammock was woven Saturday by participants of a recent Knowhow Shop class held in coordination with the . A museum staffer said the hammock will be out for the next couple of weeks, so here's to hoping for at least a few more breezy days.
Read more about the Knowhow Shop in this New York Times magazine article.