#LansingWalks: The Alien Trail

Clover in tinfoil hat; Fig, mortified and opting out.

BRENKE FISH LADDER

Brenke Fish Ladder

DOWNTOWN

Capital City Mile

REO TOWN

Monolith, second from left. Alien PHOTO CREDIT via https://www.facebook.com/MiMonolith2020

BACK ON THE LANSING RIVER TRAIL

Red stars are Old Town stops, indicated below

OLD TOWN

Artist: Nanibah Nani Chacon at 1207 Turner
Jazz Fest mural produced by MICA & REACH STUDIO ART CENTER at Turner alley
If this corner could talk…
A block of César E. Chávez Avenue in Lansing’s Old Town
Scrap Fest Sculpture in Preuss Pets parking lot. I warned you.
Clover and the Michigan Monolith

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