Avery and Doris Sisk relax on the front porch of The Mug House in Caldwell County, which they assembled over 15 years and countless trips to flea markets and yard sales. With roughly 25,000 coffee cups, it remains among North Carolina’s most visited roadside attractions, drawing visitors from Iceland, tourists from Iceland and now this columnist.
Avery and Doris Sisk relax on the front porch of The Mug House in Caldwell County, which they assembled over 15 years and countless trips to flea markets and yard sales. With roughly 25,000 coffee cups, it remains among North Carolina’s most visited roadside attractions, drawing visitors from Iceland, tourists from Iceland and now this columnist. Josh Shaffer
Avery and Doris Sisk relax on the front porch of The Mug House in Caldwell County, which they assembled over 15 years and countless trips to flea markets and yard sales. With roughly 25,000 coffee cups, it remains among North Carolina’s most visited roadside attractions, drawing visitors from Iceland, tourists from Iceland and now this columnist. Josh Shaffer

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