The Autumn 2012 issue of American Road® magazine is now on newsstands! Throughout this issue of American Road, the celebration of the magazine's tenth year continues. The features in this issue focus on state roads that carry the big one-O designation. The departments continue the ten theme and answer questions such as where drivers can find ten great miles of Route 66.
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DETROIT, Oct. 18, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In keeping with the celebration of the magazine's tenth year, the focus on state roads that carry the big one-O designation begins in the Old Dominion, where "Virginia 10" earns its points with pigs, Pocahontas, and Appomattox Manor. Polish the monocle and shine the spats, because Mr. Peanut will be there too!
Next, "Arkansas 10" wiggles across the Natural State along a route that winds from the past toward the future. Lunar Moths, French legends, and lively Little Rock define its territory, which is also home to the Capital Hotel and the presidential library built for Number Forty-Two.
A ride on "Washington 10"—northwestern home to blue agates, sitting bulls, and a historical telephone museum—concludes the features. The departments continue the big ten theme: Ever wonder who created the ten-gallon hat? What lives atop Colorado's most storied ten thousand foot peak? Where drivers can find ten great miles of Route 66? Stand up and be counted. Ten times.
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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.
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