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"Satin sheets to lie on"
"Satin pillow to cry on"......
Well, you know how the lyric goes. We cannot guarantee you satin sheets at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast, but we can guarantee a clean room, clean sheets and a comfortable bed. And, you won't cry when you sit down at our breakfast table to enjoy a filling, and nutritious country inn breakfast.
The Greyhouse Inn B & B is in the perfect location for those who are touring the West on motorcyles. Our locatation, on Highway 93 at milepost 293, is a natural rest stop for motorcyclist traveling North on their way to Glacier National Park. For the cyclist heading South to Yellowstone, the Greyhouse is directly in your path!
The Greyhouse Inn is located roughly 340 miles South of Glacier Park and approximately 235 miles Northwest of West Yellowstone.
Good evening, just a little news in the weekly paper about Salmon River Fest and Wave Park Fundraiser April 29, 30 and May 1.
Friday, April 29 7-9 p.m. Amateur Home Movie Competition (whitewater rafting, kayaking, biking, outdoor enthusiasts) At the oddfellows Hall (downtown Salmon)
Saturday, April 30 11 a.m. Blessing of the Boats at Island Park 11-3 Bring your boat for the community float town to Tower Creek.5-8 p.m. Island Park ($8.00 w/food) Live Music, BBQ, Brews Outdoor Gear Swap. 9 p.m. Whitewater Movie Premiers outside at the Shady Nook. 10 p.m. Phil n' The Blanks at The Shady Nook.
Sunday, May 1 2-5 p.m. Down River Day with Free Shuttles (Pine Crk to Panther Crk) 3-7 p.m. Fun and Brews at Booker's (Panther Crk) Contact Seth for more information 406.579.8677.
Need Lodging contact the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast. 1.800.348.8097 for reservations.
The location of the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast surely qualifies it as a Country Inn. One cannot be much more country than here. We are located a couple of miles from the 45th parallel which geographically puts us halfway between somewhere and somewhere else. This is significant if one is traveling on US Highway 93 has somewhat lost their bearings and want to know precisely where they are! So, when you see the 45th parallel sign just drive two more miles north and you will see the Inn.
Another beautiful day at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast in Salmon, Idaho. This is the time of year we work outside trimming, raking, mowing in preparation for summer. Today, we spent most of our afternoon mending fence to keep the neighbor's cows at bay.
We have a Clarks Nut Cracker hanging around, we hope he is going to nest here. This picture is of him or her eating snow.
Happy wedding anniversary to us, Dave and Sharon Osgood, owners of the Greyhouse Inn B & B in Salmon, Idaho. This is the first time our anniversary has fallen on Easter. In fact, this is the first time since 1859 that Easter has fallen on the 24th of April! I know this to be true because I googled it, and yahoo told me so, and I know they are not going to lie. Happy Easter to all.
Winter Rates are still in effect until the end of April, please call and make your reservation today at the bed and breakfast inn located in beautiful Salmon, Idaho. Located 2 miles north of the 45th parallel.
Spring is in the air and the birds are nesting in the large trees located on the property., lots of activity and singing.
Good Afternoon from the beautiful bed and breakfast inn, located in Salmon, Idaho. The sun is shining and the sky is a beautiful blue with large white clouds. Breakfast this morning was Cinnamon Chip pancakes, sausage, fresh farm eggs, sliced oranges, coffee, juice and hot chocolate. Everyone enjoyed and they are ready for tomorrows fare.
The gardens are starting to green up and the lawn and trees are looking more like spring. The Easter Bunny will have green grass to hide his eggs.
The Greyhouse Bed and Breakfast Inn is feeling uplifted after this long winter, and looking forward to all the flowering shrubs and wildflowers on the mountains around the inn. The Salmon river (The River of No Return) is still being fished by steelhead fisherman.
We are looking forward to another beautiful season in the Salmon River Valley.