“This is the weathervane that sits atop the RelaxStation on the northeast corner of Huron and First,” writes Kate Heywood. “You didn’t make this hard enough to stump a chump like me,” says Kevin McKay, who admires the building’s “quaint contrast to all the big structures going up downtown.”

“The corner of Huron and 1st” is where you go “for fully clothed massages,” relays Annalise Jencson, expounding on last month’s clue–“the one where you keep your clothes on.” This is as “opposed to their location down the street for full body table massages,” continues Annalise, in the adjacent Phoenix Building. RelaxStation’s corner structure is “formerly a florist [shop], and prior to that, a gas station,” writes Tim Reade. According to Grace Shackman, writing in Ann Arbor in the 20th Century, this Spanish Colonial building opened in 1926 as the Hunter Brothers’ gas station.

Our random-drawing winner is Sara Kitzsteiner, who enjoys RelaxStation’s garden as she walks to downtown. Sara will take her $25 gift certificate to Seva.

To enter this month’s contest, use the photo and clue on the September issue’s Back Page to identify the feature and send your guess to the address at the bottom of the page.