Greyhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... just recently got this idea to grow hops. I have all that space down the hill from my house, and the 0.8 acre next door. Note to self: when get home, look up how to grow hops. I could try my hand at brewing beer again, maybe even make some hoppy hard cider. Could work!
Back at Yellowstone, me and all the other tourists saw a grizzly bear, lots of bison and elk. On my way out the east entrance I saw mountain goats standing right on the edge of ...
The present: we are finally stopped at a nice spot after a long day's drive, and this perfect spot, in the national forest, is a mere quarter mile off the highway I've been on. Many of the others were five miles or more in! I did decide to take 135 eastbound, between St Regis Montana and highway 200 because it runs through Lolo National Forest, and it takes me to the 200, the road I want. There are three major roads that run northwest from this part of Montana: the 90, which goes to Coeur ...
We spent two relaxing days in Missoula at Jim and Mary's RV park. This is a well maintained site with lots of grass, shade and flower beds everywhere. The owners have a couple of green houses and grow their own flowers. With full hook ups including cable TV and a laundry. we have all the comforts of home. Missoula has a population of 85,000 and is home to the University of Montana, so it has a college town atmosphere. Roz and I called a friend of ours who lives in Missoula. ...
... structures. The impressive part is that despite how dilapidated the other buildings have become, the original church has survived the rest and is well preserved and obviously cared for. Ironically enough, the only other functioning facility in town is a saloon. After leaving May to head back to Elk Bend, we stopped by this commune sort of place created by Joe (the Rhode Island musician from the 4th party). We were greeted by Emus and then given a tour ...
... have espresso! First thing we notice is there is a smoker going outside. The lady explained that they smoked their own pastrami. On the service station forecourt. Tea and coffee turned into Lunch. A Reuben, pastrami, sauerkraut, cheese, and dressing on rye bread, and a beef dip, with gravy and coleslaw. Followed by blackberry pie and ice cream, 2 spoons. This was the first place where we had china plates at lunch time, since we got off the plane. This was traditional ...