According to Mental Floss, one of our favorite magazines, there's a debate over who created the first riddle. It's possible it was the ancient civilization of Sumer. The riddle was: There is a house. One enters it blind and comes out seeing. What is it?
In honor of the biggest game in football coming to Minnesota, we're hosting a competition for a $52 gift card. Ways to enter the contest: Post a photo to our Facebook comment thread OR send us a photo at firstname.lastname@example.org OR comment
Yesterday I made a gigantic pot of gravy. Italian gravy that is (aka tomato sauce). Not just any sauce, a recipe passed on to me from a friend of Italian descent. He showed me how to make it one snowy New York Saturday. There are many variations and
Bring our handmade pottery and unique gifts home for the holidays! The Clay Coyote was featured on a TV show called Home for the Holidays from Destination Marketplace. Watch Morgan show off a few of our favorite handmade pottery items.
We will hosting our annual ornament finishing fundraiser. Throughout the months of November and December, there will be hundreds of ceramic ornaments to choose from, each at $10 (half will will be donated to the American Cancer Society). From November
With November here, it means the holidays are right around the corner! We have some events coming up where you can check holiday shopping off your to-do list. November 10th is our monthly Coyote After Dark event. This month is the Frost Moon, so come
Find your "sole mate" today at the Clay Coyote Gallery! We have a brand new arrival of Solemate Socks just in time for fall and winter. Come find your perfect pair today, or stock up as gifts!
PEACE, LOVE, and JOY: We recently added some new glass to the Clay Coyote Gallery and to our online shop. These handmade hangers from Haywire bring peace, love, and joy to any home. Haywire glass ranges from $20-44 depending on size and shape.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month! Cancer affects everyone is some way, whether you are a survivor, currently diagnosed, know a friend or family member who is battling cancer, or you are a caregiver. We’re all in search of a cure. At the Clay