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Here's an excellent way to spend your weekend. Many of you from Hamilton, MN have already done this: check in at the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast for a night; hike up to the Goldbug hotspring for a soak; drive into Salmon for dinner; next morning, come into the Inn for a hearty breakfast including farm fresh eggs; head out to Lost Trail for a day of skiing. Sound like a good time? Call us now and make your reservation.
Hey, with Spring just around the corner, it's time to start planning for a spring get-away. It'll soon be St. Patrick's Day followed by Easter soon after. Remember, Easter is on the 31st of March this year. This is a perfect time to visit the hotspring up at Goldbug. Bring the family, and hike up, or fish the river.
Well it is over 40 degrees here today, we acturally hung clothes out to dry and they did! The chickens wanted out to peck in the grass so Dave let them out they were so excited. They are ready for Spring also. Fishing is picking up on the beautiful Salmon River.
I'm sure some of you are getting cabin fever! Come check us out we would love to cook your breakfast for you. Enjoy the sun we are.
Its time to get out of the house and enjoy the beautiful country we live in. The chickens are feeling the spring weather also, they are laying eggs like crazy. Hike to the hot springs after a nice hot breakfast with hotcakes and fresh eggs. Think Spring!
Although temperatures in the valley have been below freezing for weeks, the chickens are still laying eggs! Just got a few more this morning. I guess they like the sunny days.
The Greyhouse Inn is your best lodging bet in all of Lemhi County, Idaho, bar none. We have the best cabins, and cottages on the whole Salmon River from Galena summit to the Frank Church Wilderness. Come and see for yourself. Check out the large, scenic grounds. 7 acres, the beautiful buildings: Lewis and Clark Cabins, the Carriage House, the Trapper and the Lemhi Shoshone. We serve everyone a full breakfast. We can take you on a river float trip and arrange for a horseback trail ride. Call for reservations.
Is time for another wonderful 4th of July, the weather couldn't be nicer. Wednesday July 4th Fire Works at Dark on Discovery Hill. July 5th Playdays at Salmon Fairgrounds, at 6:00.p.m.. Friday July 6th 7:00 a.m. Fun Run/Walk at Salmon Health and Fitness. 7:00 a.m. 35th Annual Hospice Breakfast behind US Bank. All Day Lemhi Piecemakers Quilt Show ant the City Center. 9:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. Street Fair on Andrews St. Noon to 6 p.m. Kiddy Corner at Town Square 11:00 a.m Parade, Main Street Wild West Theme. Following Paradw Kung Fu Demo Team town Square Park South End. 2:00 p.m. Little Miss Pageant at Town Square Pavillion. Salmon Chamber Beer Garden until 6 p.m.. 7:00 .m. Sacajawea Amphitheatre Concert TOM CATMULL AND THE CLERICS. Saturday July 7th All Day 24th Annual Salmon Valley Art Show at City Center Same as above until 12:00 25th Annual Duck Race at Kids Creek. Salmon Chamber Ber Garden until 5 p.m. Search and Rescue Jaws of Life Demo at Fairgrounds. 6:00 p.m. 25th Annual demolition Derby at Fairgrounds. 8:00 all class reunion at Elks Lodge Sunday Boat Race from 11 mile to. Island Park,
Come and joing us for five days fo fun in beautiful Salmon, Idaho on the River of No Return. Take a white water rafting trip with Kookaburra Rafting fill a a raft with 8 people and cost is 80.00 per person.208-756-3968 for reservations for Greyhouse Inn or Kookaburra Rafting.
Ya gotta come here and see this! The jewel of Idaho, the Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast. It sticks out, like an oasis in the desert, the perfect gem in the perfect gem state. The grounds surrounding the inn and cabins are 3 acres of luscious green grass, and trees. The surroundings give one a sense of peace with the world and awe of the majesty of it all. When you come, plan a whitewater raft trip with Kookaburra Rafting.
Now is the time to visit Idaho's Salmon River country, and include in your plans a stay at the Greyhouse Inn B & B. Our state flower, the syringa, mock orange, is in full bloom, and can be easily seen along the edge of highway 93 as you drive north from Challis to Salmon. This hardy shrub seems to flourish in the most unlikely places. Clearly visible across highway 93 from the Greyhouse, it grows just below the rocky slopes and without any visible signs of water. It;s a beautiful, fragrant flower and this is a great time to make your reservation at the Greyhouse Inn and enjoy one of nature's wonders.
On your next trip to the Greyhouse Inn, if you are driving up highway 75 from Sun Valley or Boise, be sure to stop at the Yankee Fork Visitor Center at Challis, Idaho. They have tons of interesting information on local history. One interesting item mentioned is the ghost town of Bayhorse. Have you heard of it? There is a fourteen and a half mile ATV trail from Challis to Bayhorse which would certainly be worthwhile to explore. Bayhorse was a privately owned mine, but is now owned by the state of Idaho and is a state park, so the public is welcome.