Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Here he is on a section of the original road which was brick. He had never ridden on a brick road before and was surprised to hear that there was one in Owosso. It was a little bumpy and had to be taken slowly. One section of the "highway" even included some turkey tracks.
Brutus and Burrow had a dog-gone good time. Brutus is now researching places to go in Michigan next year, and the library has lots of great resources for him--both books and the Internet. If anyone knows of a good trip for a dog (and maybe a friend or two), Brutus would love to hear about them.
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
The painting was the last step in the restoration after the roof repair last year and the plaster work last winter. The front entrance is being painted today, and the radiators are still in need of painting. All circulating materials are now available again, and it hoped that all the reference materials will be back in place and accessible by next week. The pages have been helping him put the books back in place as it is difficult to shelve items when you have to move them one at a time in your mouth.
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Friday, June 21, 2013
There's still five weeks let to complete a bingo (and even Brutus thinks that it's fairly easy); you only have to complete 5 tasks in a row. Pick up a sheet at Owosso's adult circulation desk or print one off our website (www.sdl.lib.mi.us). Anyone who completes a sheet may choose a free book.
None of Brutus's bones have been found yet. He buried four more today; there are also prizes for those who find a bone. Brutus wants everyone to join him in the summer fun at the library!
Friday, May 31, 2013
Thursday, April 11, 2013
Brutus is thankful for the nice weather we had earlier in the year when new eaves troughs were installed in Owosso. With all of this week's rain, he has been able to go in and out of the library without being drenched by the runoff from the roof. It takes a long time for his fur to dry, and no one seems to like the smell of a wet dog! (By the way, he was in no danger from the saw while he was playing on the eaves trough equipment; all of the workers were up on scaffolding near the roof.)