Winter Gridlock 2014 – a pictoral timeline » Mon, 1/27 @ 12:40PM – winter olympics mountain goats

Mon, 1/27 @ 12:40PM - winter olympics mountain goats. I bike by these mountain goat statues on most of my commutes to/from work because it is near the highest point on Shades Mountain. There are five mountain goats that the homeowners arrange around the yard doing various things throughout the year. This ski-jumping mountain setup is in honor of the winter olympics, and by the time we ride by there again on Tuesday, they have the Olympic rings and one more goat in the setup.

Mon, 1/27 @ 12:40PM – winter olympics mountain goats. I bike by these mountain goat statues on most of my commutes to/from work because it is near the highest point on Shades Mountain. There are five mountain goats that the homeowners arrange around the yard doing various things throughout the year. This ski-jumping mountain setup is in honor of the winter olympics, and by the time we ride by there again on Tuesday, they have the Olympic rings and one more goat in the setup.

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