Greyhouse Inn

Salmon Idaho Bed & Breakfast ~ Fishing ~ Rafting

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Bitterroot Valley friends and neighbors

Hello Bitterroot Valley friends and neighbors. Please remember the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast is here for you! One of our greatest assets is our proximity to the Goldbug hot spring. As many of you already know, Goldbug is favored by all mostly for it's remote location and natural setting. If you are thinking of a good soak, bring your friends and family, and we'll start your day with a wholesome breakfast and send you on your way  to Goldbug hot spring.

New fence and the grass is getting green

Just wanted to update everyone on the goings on at the Greyhouse Inn. Dave and I put up a new jack fence between us and the cows. No more cows stampeding through the yard. And the fence looks awsome, can't wait for you all to see it. Cabin fever should be setting in and it is time for a little get away. Come and see us, we have 3 baby chickens running around with the big chickens and 21 more on the way as well as 4 baby ducks. We are excited about the new babys to add to our girls. I'll keep you all informed with new pictures of the babys when the arrive in May.

Spring Break at the Hot Spring

A proper Spring Break should include hiking to the local hot spring for a soak. Our suggestion is that you book two nights at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast, drive about ten miles south on US highway 93, turn off the highway a short distance and hike to the Goldbug hot spring. If you haven't been there yet, it's an all natural environment with plenty of hot water. One of the best health benefits derives from the hike up to the hot spring. It's not a long hike but the terrain is steep giving you an excellent cardiac workout. Call us and make your reservation: 1-800-348-8097.

Think Spring!

Way up north in the land of ice and snow stands a cozy little cottage and beside the front door hangs a neat little sign Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast, Dave and Sharon live there. They keep the grounds and rooms ready for all their guests who come from all over the world to experience all that Salmon Idaho has to offer.

We have 2 feet of snow on the ground at this time and we decided to go for a walk with Chase and the cats around the yard 47 degrees and the sun was shinning. Out of the north the wind picked up and the snow started flying! So much for Spring!

Well its time to start thinking about coming to Salmon for your Idaho Vacation, take a whitewater rafting trip and enjoy the beauty that surrounds us here. Also bring your camera loads of pictures to be taken. Call for your reservations.

Below are a couple of pictures taken yesterday, enjoy.

Little Boy Kitty helping.

It does look like a winter wonderland and we so needed the snow.

Dave plowing it is a lot of fun if the snow's not to deep.

 

 

 

 

Fall is in the Air!

Well the fall colors should be showing up in the drive along the Salmon River and with cooler weather the fish should start biting, our guest went up to Williams Lake and brought these back these beauties for their breakfast. One of them was 17 inches and they wouldn't fit in the frying pan very well.  The guests were from the south so they also had grits with breakfast.

 

We decided to take a little drive on the opposite side of the river and found wolf tracks and a beautiful view of the Salmon River Canyon on the mountain side of the river. Awesome view!

Looking at the draw behind Indianola. Also the wolf track in the road.

 

Baby Animals of all kinds.

We it is the time of year when the deer are having fawns and if you are lucky you will get to see one. Also one of our friends has a baby goat that she calls Sparkie. Our grandson was able to baby sit for the afternoon, the little goat was so cute we had to have some pictures. Caden had a wonderful afternoon with the baby goat and since he has had his cast removed and is learning to get around again with out the cast. He has been rafting on the river with his dad and a group of guests. Had a great time and told his dad he had to go on all trips on the river.

 

Salmon River Days

Celebrating Salmon Since 1866

Salmon River Days 2013

Thursday July 4th Leadore Events

7-11 a.m. Annual Pancake Breakfst

Noon Parade Main Street Leadore

1 p.m. Playdays at the Rodeo Grounds

All Day Sidewalk Sales in Salmon, Idaho

Friday, July 5th

7:00 a.m. Fun Run and Walk at the Salmon Health and Fitness

'7:00 a.m. 36th Annual Hospice Breakfast behind US Bank

All Day Sidewalk Sales

All Day Annual Salmon Valley Art Show at City Center

All Day Lemhi Piecemakers Quilt Show at City Center

All Day K&J Wild West Photos at 400 Main St.

All Day Faces of the World City Center

9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Street Fair

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cowboy Fast Draw Competitions at History Park

Immeditately Prior to Parade Kung Fu Demo Team Town Square Pavilion

11:00 a.m. Parade Theme Celebration Salmon Since 1866

2:00 p.m. Little Miss Pageant at Town Square Pavilion

Salmon Chamber Beer Garden until 6 p.m.

Play Days 6 p.m. at the Fairgrounds Roping Club

7:00 [.m. Sacajawea Amphitheater Concert Bill Coffe and His Cash Money Cousins

Saturday July 6th

All Day Side Walk Sales

Art Show

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