Here's a place I've been wanting to stop and photograph for awhile now...Goats on the Roof, a shop near Clayton, Georgia. It sells produce, jams and ice cream.
It's claim to fame is...goats on the roof! Seriously!
Some of us have been wondering when a car crash is going to happen in front of it, since it is situated on the edge of a four lane highway. People speed by, craning looks at the goats.
Here's what it looks like from the road. It has several buildings with ramps connecting them, and goat houses on top of the roof. Roofs? Rooves?
Ramps and suspension bridges...
Goats on the roof...
The goats are very interested in the people below, because there are crank apparatus whereby you can (for a fee) raise up metal cups of goat chow.
Here's some head butting going on...saw quite a few instances of head butting.
Check out these goat houses on top of one of the roofs.
Goats fighting over chow that has been cranked up by a human.
Goat staring at a human, trying to get more chow.
I love the ears on this one.
This goat is gnawing on a metal bolt. Goats will gnaw on anything. When I was young, we had a goat and it would eat the paper off tin cans if it could get one. It would also girdle trees, killing them. (That's when a goat eats a strip of bark off all around the tree. Then the tree cannot bring up nutrients.)
That chain thing you see is the mechanism for sending up the chow in a metal cup.
This little goat, on the ground, is the one that finally got me to cough up some change for some chow. It ate it right out of my hands. Until the big goats came charging down and took over.