by Lacey Eibert Keigley | September 26, 2022

The Apples Are Calling

It’s hard to know which is better – apple pie or an apple donut? Mountain view or orchard view? Apple slush or apple cider? Guess what? We’re not asking you

by Tricia Kyzer | September 13, 2022

Wild TR: The Connectors

The late summer air is so thick with humidity you could stick a butter knife in it. Clouds spend the day gathering up the moisture like farmers, only to dump

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | August 31, 2022

Volunteers Needed: Meals on Wheels

Doing nothing for others is the undoing of ourselves. ― Horace Mann Volunteering to help others changes us. It shapes us and it grows us. Because we all know, if

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | August 10, 2022

Core 450: Getting It Right, Right From the Start

Spacious dining room. Open kitchen. Gleaming red meat slicer imported from Italy. Floor to ceiling windows showing off the rolling hills of the golf course.     Core 450 is

by Tricia Kyzer | July 19, 2022

Wild TR: Farms & Cow Pastures Count Too

  When I think of TR’s wild spaces I think of forest coves, cold mountain streams, and cow pastures. That’s right, cow pastures.     I live near one of

by Clint Keels | May 19, 2022

Looking at Something: Rodeo Musings

I took my daughter to her first bullriding down 288 toward Pumpkintown at the end of last month. As soon as we turned off the high shouldered road, a familiar

by Susannah Lewis | May 12, 2022

Rachel Lewis – Travelers Rest Local Going for Gold

You might recognize local celebrity, Rachel Lewis, from her extensive involvement in Special Olympics, her work with law enforcement and politicians, or maybe just by her vibrant red hair. She’s

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | May 3, 2022

Sightseeing in Savannah: TRH Visits Georgia’s Oldest City

You can pull out of your Travelers Rest driveway and in almost exactly four hours you can pull onto an oak tree-lined, moss-draped city street in Savannah, Georgia. That’s not

by Guest Contributor | April 26, 2022

Springtime Wines: Perfect for a Picnic

by Alex Lopez   It’s springtime in South Carolina! The sun is staying up longer and the weather is getting warmer. So it’s time to start enjoying some wines. To

by Lacey Eibert Keigley | February 1, 2022

From the Swamp Rabbit Trail to the Boston Marathon

Running can take you places. Literally and figuratively, we know it’s true. Those miles we put on change us. And runners all over the upstate gravitate to our popular Upstate

by Clint Keels | January 27, 2022

Two Claws: A Trail Encounter

Our last night of 2021 ended quiet at the house. No shouting at the sky or guzzling up here to greet January. We were in bed before 9:00 that evening

by Guest Contributor | January 18, 2022

Styles of Wine: An Education with Alex Lopez

We first noticed Alex Lopez on IG through his entertaining and educational posts about wine. (You can see them and follow along at Drinks With Alex Lopez.)  We are fortunate