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Goats on the Ruta Olivos Centenarios – Órgiva

Following on from yesterday’s post about the Ruta Olivos Centenarios in Órgiva – and that some of our younger (and older) readers love goats – here’s a 30-second clip. It reminds us of crossing London Bridge in the rush hour – but without being bumped in to and sworn at.

It was filmed early on in the walk down to the Rio Guadalfeo. Unusually the goats aren’t wearing any bells although you can hear the herder’s high-pitch whistle, which seemed to summon the dogs.

We don’t recognise each goat yet but are on nodding terms with the dogs. They must have a defined ‘job’ but most of the time they just trot alongside, enjoying the walk.

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