Wild TR: I Lichen This Place

When I was a child I was fascinated with tiny worlds. I built fairy houses filled with downsized furniture and asked for microscopes to gaze into the worlds I was

Wild TR: Slow Down – A Trillium Tale

“Slow down, you move too fast, Got to make the moment last.” Simon and Garfunkel’s 59th Street Bridge song is stuck in my head these days. It seems like our

Growing Together: Slater/Marietta’s New Farmers Market

Over the last decade, change has circled Greenville County like a wagon. The South in general has been stampeded by excited new residents hailing from places like Rochester, New York

Dining Out With Your Dog: A Few Helpful Guidelines

Story by Heeral Mehta   Dogs are the cutest little creatures and are a man’s best friend, as the saying goes. They can be your emotional support and a full-time

Hammock Camping Near Travelers Rest

Story by Derek Edwards Photos by Lacey Keigely   Springtime has arrived on the East Coast! Folks are looking for adventurous ways to get out of the house. There’s been

Manual Guidance: Considering a Paper Map’s Value

Stir crazy has shopped around a lot of different faces in a lot of different ways this winter. Ears don’t need to be on the ground long to get that

Winter Wanders: Winter Skies

I am standing in the cold, sharp air, but I only feel it in each breath I take in because I am bundled up from head to toe in layers

Blessings in a Pandemic: A Reader Shares Her Silver Linings

The best part of our job at Travelers Rest Here has always been meeting our readers. Without you, there’s no need for any word we publish or any store we

Hotel Domestique and Restaurant 17 Add 22-acre Farm to its Operations

We’re not the only folks who love Travelers Rest and we certainly aren’t the only people who love to write about what’s happening in our town. Our friends at the

Satterfield Farms: What Buying Local Really Means

Crisp air and warm sunshine were a perfect Saturday combination when Jane Howard and I headed out to the field to meet Tommy Satterfield of Satterfield Farms. For more than