‘Coffey’ break


Polly Coffey takes a respite from her daily 10-mile trek around Clinton to get a sip of coffee and read the paper, a special ‘scarf’ around her neck. Her resting place of choice: a discarded toilet, fully intact on Butler Drive, which was removed shortly thereafter. Coffey said her friends told her to share it with The Independent, which didn’t flush away the opportunity to display Coffey on her temporary throne.


Polly Coffey takes a respite from her daily 10-mile trek around Clinton to get a sip of coffee and read the paper, a special ‘scarf’ around her neck. Her resting place of choice: a discarded toilet, fully intact on Butler Drive, which was removed shortly thereafter. Coffey said her friends told her to share it with The Independent, which didn’t flush away the opportunity to display Coffey on her temporary throne.

Polly Coffey takes a respite from her daily 10-mile trek around Clinton to get a sip of coffee and read the paper, a special ‘scarf’ around her neck. Her resting place of choice: a discarded toilet, fully intact on Butler Drive, which was removed shortly thereafter. Coffey said her friends told her to share it with The Independent, which didn’t flush away the opportunity to display Coffey on her temporary throne.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_Polly-Coffey.jpgPolly Coffey takes a respite from her daily 10-mile trek around Clinton to get a sip of coffee and read the paper, a special ‘scarf’ around her neck. Her resting place of choice: a discarded toilet, fully intact on Butler Drive, which was removed shortly thereafter. Coffey said her friends told her to share it with The Independent, which didn’t flush away the opportunity to display Coffey on her temporary throne.
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