Love getting out in this cold weather as much as we do? Drop by the Clay Coyote this January, you'll never know what you'll find!
Happy Independence Day! The summer has kicked off and the Travel Mug has added a new country to it's passport: Russia. Where better to go than Moscow? And once in Moscow you must go to the iconic Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral. Built from
TM is pottery of few words, so we are going to let the pictures do the talking for TM's recent trip to Creede Colorado's Last Chance Mine. TM unearthed amethyst, silver, sow-belly agate, and other treasures!
TM (Travel Mug) recently took a glimpse back in time at the ancestral home of the Pueblo and Hopi people at Chaco Canyon in New Mexico. Built around 900 AD, Chaco Canyon was thought to be inhabited by as many as 6000 Anasazi people at its peak. While it
WEEEEEEEEHEEHEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That about sums up the latest of the travel mugs adventures! It was my partner at the Royal Gorge Zip Lining Tour just outside of Canyon City, Colorado. We first suited up in our straps, clamps, helmets, and gear. Then
The Mug was in London sitting at a pub contemplating life over a pint. The Mug sadly had to leave before the Olympics began, but once home watched all the action and cheered loudly for Team USA. The Mug loves London and is hoping to hop across the pond
The Travel Mug recently went to Connemara, Ireland with Ann (a familiar face to Gallery visitors!) and her father. The Mug has been all around the world and is still going strong. Check out the Big Map to see all the stops. And stay tuned for more posts
The Travel Mug got a hold of a copy of Roadside America - Guide to Uniquely Odd Tourist Attractions, filled the tank and headed westward! First Stop, Mitchell, South Dakota's pride and joy the Corn Palace. And the Mug took a quick rest on the bench