The Official Guide To Planning Your American Road Trip

Whether your destination is Portland, Oregon, the Colorado Rockies, cruising down Route 66, or you're dreaming of driving down the scenic highway in California, destined for Mono Lake, or not sure where to road trip to, we invite you to let American Road Magazine be your one-stop source!

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In This Issue

Grab Fido and Fluffy—and prepare yourself for a pet-themed road trip! This issue of American Road celebrates the relationship between human and dog—and human and cat, too.

It’s a four-legged fete that begins with “American Road’s Cats & Dogs”—a roadside guide to ten attractions inspired by a pup or puss. Did you know that a neon Cheshire Cat lights up Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood? That King Tut the Saluki was interred under a pyramid in Carbondale, Illinois? Or that Felix Chevrolet of Los Angeles has been selling cars since 1921 because its founder had the good sense to make a mascot of a now-famous cartoon kitty?


No television personality has gained greater fame teaching people how to train tail-waggers than “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan. He shares his pointers for vacationing with pooches in “Cesar Millan: Traveling with the Pack.” Afterward, we announce the winners of our “Pet Places” Photo Contest. Then it’s onward to chase down the Garfield Trail in Indiana; the Dog Chapel in Vermont, the six-toed cats of the Hemingway Home in Florida, and that bronze sculpture of Fala the Scottish terrier at the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, D.C. Pack some snacks for yourself and your best, furry friend.




American Road Winter 2021


Preview Magazine

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