Road trips are supposed to be fun and sunny and happy, but vitally they end in some type of vehicular malfunction in a strange sleepy town you've never heard of, much less know your way around. Welcome to Travelers Rest.
If you get stuck in Cleveland, Ohio, you'll find that you need a hunting license to catch mice. In a small town in Washington, lollipops are banned, and yet another town named Belmont banned music from the city limits. Yet even another town requires you to stop and call City Hall before entering town in a car.
Like most towns, Travelers Rest has its own quirky laws, but the biggest has to be one that affects all travelers: once you enter, you can never leave…unmarried. What? That's right, ladies and gentlemen, the price of staying in Travelers Rest is a marriage, arranged for you by the town council itself. With the new chapel, you can be in and out in a jiffy…with a lovely husband or wife by your side. And if you refuse...well, a hefty fine and perhaps some jail time will be visited on you. Really, you must be engaged at the very least.
The marriages here aren't like any other marriages, though; these marriages are as strange as the town, though to most townies they're the norm. Guys marry guys and gals marry gals, just like it's always been in Travelers Rest. Did we say welcome enough?