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Spring Break Day Trips: Goats On The Roof In Tiger, GA

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This week, Good Day Atlanta is on the road, in search of perfect Spring Break day trips around North Georgia. And for stop number one, we decided on a place where the kids can eat and sleep all day long. Well...maybe not the human kind of kids!

Goats On The Roof in Tiger, GA is exactly what you think it is: A giant roadside attraction feature goats climbing around on a roof! Of course, it's more than that; inside there's a store featuring unique Amish goods and retro toys, and there are activities for kids including "panning for gems" and getting some of the famous ice cream made with liquid nitrogen! But the star attractions are the goats, which co-owner Tracy Allard says come "from outer space," and which can be fed in a variety of fun ways. And trust us...the goats NEVER tire of being fed.

Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken took a trip to Tiger to get his Spring Break started -- click the video above to check it out!

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