Guess I'm going to Canada! I'm adding this to my travelogue, for sure. (Will try to have a map online soon ... )
This one is supposedly the world's largest coffee pot. It's located in Davidson, Saskatchewan, measures 24 feet (7.3 meters) tall, is made of sheet metal, and could hold 150,000 8-ounce cups of coffee, according to the coolquiz.com trivia list.
It was built in 1999 "to symbolize Davidson's friendliness and hospitality." More photos and info here.
There are quite a lot of roadside attractions across Canada. I might have to visit some of the other sites while I'm up there. In Saskatchewan alone I could visit a giant avocet, a big indian head, Ralph the Grasshopper, and the world's largest oil can!