What a nice day to take the kids for a walk.

Goats are like kids.

Okay, actually we call goats kids. Kids (goats under a year of age). 

They love the Wyoming snow, and they love to climb. So let's take them up to some hoodoos and let them run around up on the sandstone rocks.

Don't worry about them running off. They like to stay nearby, like walking a happy dog.

They also like to climb up on the rocks and jump.

This video was shot by a husband and wife couple who produce The Wyoming Homestead Journal on YouTube.

If you're looking for an unforgettable day out, then head to Wyoming! In this video, we'll show you how to take out pack goats on a hike and explore the beautiful countryside.

This hike is perfect for anyone who wants to see some incredible scenery and meet some adorable goats. Come see us take out these goats on a hike in Wyoming and experience the beauty for yourself! (WHJ).

These little guys are curious and like to jump around a lot.

Literally, they do as much skipping as they do running and walking.

We has some baby goats at our studios a few months back. They were a lot of fun.

But raising goats is not easy. Many people think they want them, but then they realize that having a goat is a lot of work and comes with a lot of hassles. It's not for everybody.

There are farms in Wyoming where you can go play with goats if you're curious about them.

Traditional Wyoming Soda Shop Treats

Old Medicine Of The Chugwater Wyoming Drugstore

If you visit the tiny town of Chugwater Wyoming you'll find the newly restored Soda Fountain.

In fact it's Wyoming's oldest soda fountain and malt shot.

It's always worth stopping in for breakfast or lunch, or maybe a shake or malt.

The place was a drug store and soda fountain for the longest time.

Back then soda was actually used to cure an upset stomach.

So what sort of old medicines were left behind by Chugwater's last pharmacist?

It turns out, some of them are on display.