By Sue Lindsey Rodman Jenkins has his groceries and many of his medicines delivered, but the Reston resident, 86, uses a walker and needs help getting to medical appointments and running his errands.Jenkins makes use of a transportation service started in July by Fairfax County’s Reston Community Center.Nothing is more all-American than a cross-country road trip.But much like there's more than one way to skin a cat, there are also many ways to cross the country.For more information about the Boone Center for the Family, visit family.Prepare/Enrich is one of the most widely used programs for premarital counseling.Feast on farm-to-table at Blackbird Kitchen, grab a beer at Montana Ale Works, and then sack out at Lehrkind Mansion Bed & Breakfast, a Queen Anne built in 1897.Day 2: Bozeman, MT, to Rapid City, SD (7 hours): Gear up for another day on I-90 with huevos carnitas at Main Street Overeasy. Brave the Montana Grizzly Encounter just outside Bozeman before tracing the Yellowstone River for two hours.
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Focusing on the relational and spiritual development of young adults and married couples, the Boone Center offers specialized education and programming to young adults, professionals, and communities of faith to strengthen their own relationships and impact the lives of those they serve.
We put together 5 routes, complete with exhilarating scenery and the sites, restaurants, bars, and hotels you need to brake for. Day 1: Seattle, WA, to Bozeman, MT (10.5 hours): Interstate 90 starts right in downtown Seattle, and a few miles south lies Geraldine’s Counter, famous for its French toast.
Grab a coffee & pastry across the street at Columbia City Bakery (a double breakfast never hurt anyone) and hit I-90 East, passing through the Mount Baker Tunnel as you leave town.