RAVAGES OF TIME Travel Mug
Talk about steely good looks. In addition to a 360-degree wraparound design, our travel mugs are crafted with lightweight stainless steel—so they're pretty much indestructible. Plus, they're double-walled to keep drinks hot (or cold). And when you're on the the go, these travel coffee mugs fit in almost any size cup holder.
- 20oz capacity
- Lightweight stainless steel construction
- Wraparound artwork
- Double-walled to keep drinks hot or cold
- Vacuum sealed lid to minimize spills
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An unexpected find on a long beach walk with a very low tide at Sandymouth beach North Cornwall near Northcott Mouth, north of Bude, Cornwall, England, UK. Mainly barnacle encrusted boilers, parts of the hull and some of its propeller shaft are all that remains of the wreck of the 1925 ton Portuguese steamship "Belem" (formerly the German SS Rhodos) stranded in thick fog at Northcott Mouth, Bude, on 20th November 1917 while on passage from Gibraltar to Barry with ballast. The crew of 33 including two Royal Navy gunners (she was armed with a light gun aft), were brought ashore by rocket apparatus. She soon broke her back and was deemed a total loss & later partly broken up for scrap. The remains are not always visible except on occasion when heavy seas remove the covering sand. In the 1980's local enthusiasts recovered part of her propeller shaft which was donated to Bude Museum. Also understand that another part of the shaft was used to perch the barrel on Barrel Rock at the end of Bude Sea Breakwater.