Every day is Earth Day for the Travel Mug. How more eco-friendly can you get then bringing in your handmade, Clay Coyote mug on the road? No styrofoam, no "i used to be a tire" mug, nope just a good 'ol fashioned clay pot. In fact, for all the coffee
Today, the Baums of Massachusetts were celebrating Patriots' Day, which according to wikipedia is "a civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolutionary War. It is observed
The travel mug has returned to the Clay Coyote for our annual spring open house. Here it is with Margaret Ann taking a tour of our gallery. They are also visiting with our weekend artists. We have Pat Choffrut and her colorful water color paintings.
After we put out the call for your travel mug you answered! We started getting photos from readers who have travel mugs that roam the world, magically refilling with coffee, tea, hot chocolate, beer (it has been done), and memories! In today's Travel
Today Amy from NYC sent in this beauty, from the Natural History Museum's Sunday Farmers Market on Columbus and 80th St. The Upper West Side is in full Spring bloom. If you have a photo of a traveling mug send it to us here and we will add it to
The Travel Mug has headed to Istanbul, not Constantinople. Here is the mug waiting to head out on the town: And here it is in front of the Sultan Ahmed Mosque (The Blue Mosque)! And for any They Might Be Giants fans out there (or Tiny Tunes)
First, we found out that the Travel Mug likes BBQ, and now we have discovered it likes beer too (surprise, surprise). Here is a shot of the Travel Mug, The Travel Mug’s Companion’s mug (Aron), and a can of Texas’ own national brew, Lone
There is a rule in choosin' a BBQ joint, "if it's too pretty, keep walkin.'" BBQ joints, especially North Carolina BBQ joints, should have soot covered walls, tables oiled to perfection from sticky fingers, and crumpled paper napkins spilling out of the