Plan Your Road Trip Now!

By American Road Magazine, Special for USDR

What is it about slow road travel that touches the edge of eternity?

The Spring 2017 issue of American Road magazine continues the quest to answer that question. It marks the start of our magazine’s fifteenth-anniversary year. A decade and a half ago, our publication debuted on newsstands to serve the scenic and nostalgic traveler. Today, American Road is forging bonds with fans around the globe who’ve heard the highway’s ageless song.

We’ll be celebrating our crystal anniversary throughout 2017, beginning with this issue, which is dedicated, in large part, to explorations of US Highway 15. That road, which extends from the New York–Pennsylvania state line to Walterboro, South Carolina, cuts through its own cross section of the country. It’s the road of the Civil War and civil rights, Little League Baseball and the Last Boll Weevil, Baby Jim and immigrant-turned-spaghetti-artist Hector “Chef ” Boiardi.

US 15 is proof of what American Road has maintained since its introduction: Essential “routes” can be found all over the map, and the American Dream is inextricably tied to the American Drive.

To preview the current issue, visit:  http://americanroadmagazine.com/previewmag.html.

About 

American Road is an award-winning periodical published quarterly by Mock Turtle Press, distributed internationally by Disticor, and now available at newsstands and fine bookstores. American Road also offers a digital edition and an iTunes app for the iPad.

Americanroadmagazine.com provides the visitor with tools to discover that hidden landmark and make new memories on the road less traveled. Readers will find sponsored downloadable trip itineraries that make travel planning a breeze, as well as the American Road Forums—the ultimate road trip community.

SOURCE American Road Magazine

All opinions expressed on USDR are those of the author and not necessarily those of US Daily Review.
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