sluggo on the street

A repository for sightings of Ann Arbor's foremost two-dimensional resident.
I think I stumbled across a hot lunch date today … or at least a warm-blooded one.

I think I stumbled across a hot lunch date today … or at least a warm-blooded one.

Sighting at Blank Slate Creamery; Sluggo has an admirably good attitude about meeting his maker.

Sighting at Blank Slate Creamery; Sluggo has an admirably good attitude about meeting his maker.

Given time and cooperation, you’d be surprised what small hammers can break.

Given time and cooperation, you’d be surprised what small hammers can break.

Happy 313 to the 313! Helping Detroit celebrate its birthday with a temporary underfoot mural.

Fly(ing) fishing in Campus Martius Park, Detroit MI

Fly(ing) fishing in Campus Martius Park, Detroit MI

With all due respect to good fences, bad walls make even better neighbors.

With all due respect to good fences, bad walls make even better neighbors.

Sharing with friends should never be limited by good math.

Sharing with friends should never be limited by good math.

There’s a new food delivery service in Union City, MI. Their slogan: “Why should the early bird get all the worms?”

There’s a new food delivery service in Union City, MI. Their slogan: “Why should the early bird get all the worms?”

I’m celebrating my 45 years as a resident of the Ann Arbor area with a little treasure hunt for my fellow A2ters (*snicker*); I apologize to any far-flung followers for whom this will be a pointless exercise.
Here’s the plan: The first person who e-mails the location of the above Sluggo sighting to info@zinnart.com will get a dozen chalk art postcards [a twelve-dollar value!] in the mail. And since treasure hunts are best done on foot instead of in front of a computer, the first five people who send me a photo of themselves with Sluggo in this location will get a free sketch of His Greenness. Act now! Because it will rain tomorrow!

I’m celebrating my 45 years as a resident of the Ann Arbor area with a little treasure hunt for my fellow A2ters (*snicker*); I apologize to any far-flung followers for whom this will be a pointless exercise.

Here’s the plan: The first person who e-mails the location of the above Sluggo sighting to info@zinnart.com will get a dozen chalk art postcards [a twelve-dollar value!] in the mail. And since treasure hunts are best done on foot instead of in front of a computer, the first five people who send me a photo of themselves with Sluggo in this location will get a free sketch of His Greenness. Act now! Because it will rain tomorrow!

Lessons in urban fishery: if you find yourself swimming in strange waters, remain koi.

Lessons in urban fishery: if you find yourself swimming in strange waters, remain koi.

Last day of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and the annual absquatulation of the music thief.

Last day of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival and the annual absquatulation of the music thief.

Among their many skills, flying pigs are good at offering directions to bewildered reptiles.