sluggo on the street

A repository for sightings of Ann Arbor's foremost two-dimensional resident.
Thanks to a downturn in dragon-fighting, the Valiant Mouse of Ferndale has been forced to pay his bills with a little quixotic weed removal on the side.

Thanks to a downturn in dragon-fighting, the Valiant Mouse of Ferndale has been forced to pay his bills with a little quixotic weed removal on the side.

Skyhole #157, a.k.a. The One with the Mousy-Possumy Hitchhiker

Skyhole #157, a.k.a. The One with the Mousy-Possumy Hitchhiker

After the first few tastings, Brian decided that these flowers would be more appropriately named “gerani-yuck.”

After the first few tastings, Brian decided that these flowers would be more appropriately named “gerani-yuck.”

Another chance meeting with Albert “Pecans” McGrough, shown here enjoying a cup of his home-ground hazelnut blend.

Another chance meeting with Albert “Pecans” McGrough, shown here enjoying a cup of his home-ground hazelnut blend.

Four views of the new Library Lane mural in Ann Arbor – three with appropriate participation from nearby inanimate objects.

David Zinn Art

I am grateful to Mary Conley and Jason Conley for letting me bend their collective ears on the topic of etherial art for so long, and for making the execution of it look reasonably dignified in their mini-documentary. Check out the Create Michigan website for that and much more about the Arts in this neck of the woods (and cuff of the mitten).

In a quiet, reflective moment, Nicolai the Flying Wombat reconsiders the quantity of gunpowder in his cannon. 
And a helmet. Yes, a helmet would be nice.

In a quiet, reflective moment, Nicolai the Flying Wombat reconsiders the quantity of gunpowder in his cannon.

And a helmet. Yes, a helmet would be nice.

As a public service, Sluggo bumps in the day at those who bump in the night.

As a public service, Sluggo bumps in the day at those who bump in the night.

On the second day of school, Mr. Appenzeller remembered to tell his students that a simple “thank you for being my teacher” is preferred.

On the second day of school, Mr. Appenzeller remembered to tell his students that a simple “thank you for being my teacher” is preferred.

After some searching. Gilbert finally found a good spot to keep reading after the library closed at night.

After some searching. Gilbert finally found a good spot to keep reading after the library closed at night.

"Cap’n Gloucester Fishes for a Pen Pal" - chalk and charcoal on ice cream parlor tabletop

"Cap’n Gloucester Fishes for a Pen Pal" - chalk and charcoal on ice cream parlor tabletop

"Ballad of the Back-Seat Rampager," Main Street near Washington Ave., Ann Arbor MI

"Ballad of the Back-Seat Rampager," Main Street near Washington Ave., Ann Arbor MI