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Seriously…this place exists. We were just driving around in the North Georgia mountains while on a short vacation and stumbled across this place.

There were goats. On the roof. Totally bizarre yet kind of interesting.

They managed to design a way (several ways actually) for customers to pay to feed the goats. Genius.

You put a quarter in the machine to get some feed. You put the feed in the cup. Then you peddle the bike:

You peddle the cup up to the roof where the feed is dumped out for these guys:

They also have gem mining available which my kids were begging to take part in:

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  1. Looks like so much fun. There’s a place in British Columbia that has goats on the roof too. Too funny!

  2. Great photos. There is actually a place like that close to where I live. We use to have goats I told my husband if we ever got more we’d put a ramp up to the top of his workshop. Of course he didnt think it was as much of a good idea as I.

    Stop by and link up at #WW at the Zoo we’d love to have you by.

  3. Thanks for the linkup. Happy New Year to you.

  4. Jessica

    Looks like fun! I am pretty sure I’ve seen something like that in NC or TN before! 🙂

  5. oops! I put the Monday link in instead of the Wednesday. Sorry about that. I corrected it by adding the correct Wednesday post.

  6. Very interesting place! Nice photos! Thanks so much for linking up at Momma T and Baby E! Happy Wednesday =)
    Trisha

  7. That’s just hysterical, kinda makes me want to have goats again 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing this, glad a sense of humor prevails in this world which seems sometimes to get a little crazier with each passing day.

  8. I wouldn’t want to walk under that bridge! looks fun. I am sursprised they don’t let you hand feed the goats. Love the kids sitting on the big goofy goat.

  9. It looks like you all had a lot of fun!!

  10. That place looks like a hoot! I bet my kids would love it too. Why on earth are the goats on the roof?

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  11. how cool! i love the hillbilly briefcase. that is hilarious!

  12. How fun! I liker the bike peddling to feed the goats!

  13. Lori

    Looks like a really fun day!

  14. Great pictures, looks fun! Thanks for sharing 🙂
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    Happy New Year!

    TToria
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  15. Very cool! What a great idea for something different!

  16. I would have loved the Gem Mining! And how fun the different ways to feed the goats.

  17. I’ve heard about this place I didn’t realize it was so kid friendly ill have to plan a trip!

  18. How fun! I would love to try gem mining 🙂

  19. What a brilliant way of feeding the goats – looks like a really amazing fun site!

  20. Thriving Despite Us

    I especially like the Family Rules…if I would so hang that in my kitchen!

  21. My kids would absolutely love the gem mining! Great photos! Thank you for linking up and Happy Wednesday!

  22. The place is fun and just gimmicky enough that people will eat it up! What a great find!

  23. It looks like a fun little place for an afternoon. I love the goat feeding system.

  24. Look like you all had so much fun! Goats on the roof, hillarious!!

  25. Krista

    Hey! Found you through the Wordless Wednesday and am a New Follower! Loved reading through your blog.
    Stop by my blog and follow back 🙂
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    Thanks and happy new year!
    Krista

  26. Jenn @ Monkey Butt Junction

    That goat feeding contraption is awesome. I think I would love this place. Who wouldn’t love the hillbilly “brief” case.

  27. That’s the kind of place I would like to take my kids to.

  28. Wow! That looks very interesting! Had to definitely giggle about the goats on the roof!

  29. Canadian Mom Blogger

    That’s a pretty interesting place. Great pictures too!

  30. Cari

    Looks like you had a great time! Thanks for linking up to twosasters – we are your newest followers!
    Cari

  31. That looks like a lot of fun! My kids would love the mining too.

  32. I love the pic of your son with the coon cap…I had one like that when I was a kid and thought I was like Daniel Boone!

  33. What fun! I love making family memories like these.

  34. Stacy Uncorked

    Oh how fun!! Princess Nagger would love visiting a place like that! Love all the shots! 🙂

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  35. We stumbled upon Goats on a Roof that same way. We loved it. So much fun and relatively inexpensive. When we went there were babies which were TOO cute.

  36. That looks like fun! Thanks for the linky!

  37. Oh my gosh! I think I might have to make my husband a hillbilly briefcase. lol!

  38. wow! pretty crazy fun pictures! thanks for the link. i am your newest follower..pls follow back if you can!

  39. Great photos! At our local pumpkin patch, they had something similar rigged up so you could feed the goats.

  40. if that’s what’s on their roof, I wonder what they have in their basement 😉

  41. Ok, where is this place??? I must take my son there, he would love it!!! I pinned on Pinterest!

  42. Adorable Pics! I love the hillbilly brief case LOL!

  43. It looks like a lot of fun! I love the “hillbilly brief case!”

  44. Jenn

    Goats on a roof…that is so random!

  45. I LOVE it! That looks like so much fun. I saw your post title in the WW link and had to click. I live in a very rural area and we literally had two goats on our neighbors barn roof one day. It was crazy!!

  46. Christy Ann

    I love goats! I love going to those places, there are a few in Northern Wisconsin that I go to…so much fun!

  47. That is sooo fun. Great shots.

  48. That is a nice activity for the whole family!
    Happy new year!
    Verena

  49. Deborah

    How fun! Hmmm I may have to do that with my goats.

  50. Heather

    Awh that looks like fun!

  51. Amanda

    That looks like a neat place! Love the shots.

  52. It looks like everyone had a lot of fun!

  53. Very cute! My son loves going to places like that.

  54. What a wonderful place to visit and fabulous pictures. Thank you for sharing with all of us. Have a great day. Hope you find time to stop by too. I’m your latest follower,. Nice to meet you.

  55. Thanks for linking up with me. Great pictures.

  56. Carolyn G

    OMG! We live about 50 minutes from there and pass it every time we go to Atlanta. It is strange and there really are goats on the roof. LOL

  57. that is the coolest idea for feeding the goats

  58. Jessica

    That place looks great! How fun!

  59. Amy

    They are so creative! I love it. My kids would be in heaven.

  60. Haha, I saw your title on twitter and had to click. Super cute. ^.^

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  61. Ann at Mundane Magic

    Oh my gosh – the coon hat photo had me rolling in the floor! I must know where this goat haven is located.

  62. This is the most awesome idea for feeding goats!! Very cool

  63. It looks like you all had a wonderful time! And that place looks like so much fun!

  64. we have a local orchard that has a huge set up like this for the goats. It’s so much fun.

  65. Courtney @centsablelady

    Love your pictures. Looks beautiful! I am glad to find a fellow mom blogger in Atlanta.

  66. Beth

    That looks like such a fun place to visit. Just to visit….

  67. Lauren

    Hi Stacie,
    This is the coolest way of feeding goats in the world. I am surprised to see this wonderful place full with inspiration all around. I liked the picture of inspirational sayings. I am loving it.

  68. Shelly Peterson

    What a different place to visit, but looks like a lot of fun! My kids would have a blast there as it looked like your kids did. Thanks for sharing!

  69. Victoria Drake

    It looks like you guys had a lot of fun. My kids would love this. I had two goats as a child and they always managed to get out of the pen and trample all over my brothers car roof. They love being in high places.

  70. Martina

    That place looks great! And that place looks like so much fun!

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