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We another beautiful day here in Salmon, Idaho. The Flowers here at the Greyhouse are beautiful as usual. We cleaned our 2 miles of highway on Fathers Day morning before the sun was to hot and cleaning the highway couldn't have been more pleasant. The river was beautiful as always, sometimes I find myself wandering amlessly instead of picking up trash.
Also a update on the baby chickens they are almost to big to hide under the mom.
Be sure to be in Salmon, Idaho on Saturday, July 27. Dance at the WTRRA 2013 Cowboy Ball until your feet get tired. Performances by the Johnny U and the Moon Pie Band plus silent and live auctions. Check in at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast and we'll show you how to get to the ball.
Night before last we had a thunder and lightening storm like no other. The colors of the mountains and the sky were a little spooky. Me not being a fan of lightening. These are pictures taken by the Bastida Family.
Notice the Lightening!
We have met the new supervisor and his family, for the Salmon-Challis Forest. Wonderful family lets welcome them to our awsome community.
A great way to spend Father's Day afternoon is at the Salmon City Park to attend the annual Spokes and Chrome Father's Day car show and BBQ, June 14,15, and 16. General admission is $2.00. Bring your car and register for $40 and be eligible for all kinds of prizes and other benefits. Also, take some time and visit the museum, Lemhi County and the City of Salmon are celebrating 50 years of preserving local history.
Cowboys we got! Salmon, Leadore, Challis, and all points in between have lots of cows and lots of cowboys. It's all part of what we do in this part of our country. To experience more of the old west, come to Salmon and take a day or two just to look around and see for yourself. Sometime, you needn't look any further than the main highway, US 93, where cowboys sometimes drive their herds on the highway right-of-way. If you see this, drive with extreme caution.
We all went on a hike up Iron Creek Road looking for Mountain Goats and we found one he was a up the mountain aways but we got a picture of him. Also some of the beautiful rock along the road on our walk.
Well we all had a great time celebrating our 50th Wedding Anniversary, we were married on April 24th, 1963 by a Justice of the Peace in Marsing Idaho. Can't believe it has been that many years ago the we were drinking Cold Duck under the bridge across the Snake River. Here are a couple of pics from our party. A Special Thanks to all who helped us celebrate.
Hello new news from the Girls (chickens) one of the girls has new babys under her. Cute little Jersey Black Giants to help with the egg laying. It will be awhile before the start to lay, but they sure are cute now. The adoped mom is also setting on 5 eggs. Hopefully they will hatch.
Well, wild, wild West might be stretching it a bit! But we are very unique in what we offer to you here in Salmon, Idaho. Please take the time to play our video and see for yourself the unspoiled beauty of the mountains and lakes and the many outdoor activities Salmon, Idaho has to offer. We are close enough to the Frank Church Wilderness to validate the claim that our area is unspoiled, pristine, beautiful, oh yes, and wild too.