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Saying Hello to the Goats @ Forest of Amsterdam

Hosted by the Consul of the Amsterdam Outdoors Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 13 Jul 12:00 - 17:00

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Join me for a Summer hike in the forest of Amsterdam.
Let's discover together the unknown parts of the Amsterdamse bos!

Our hike will take us along less known paths and in the end we will greet our old friends, the Goats and our new friends the Pigs @ Organic Goatfarm.

Actually we don't need to go far away, we can be Social and active together in Amsterdam!

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Time: the noon
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*** On the second though:
A Euro 10.- will be required as a deposit and to confirm your participation, which we will use for the GOAT cheese degustation + a cup of coffee or tea for all participants (in the case you cant eat/drink what it is mentioned above, no problem, we will figure it out something else;-)) Please keep in mind that the deposit is non-refundable ***

Please send me a whatsapp message and I will send you a tikkie. If you do not have a Dutch bank account, no problem. I will send you my bank details.
Your attendance is confirmed once the deposit has been received.

Those who cannot walk that much, can stop at the Goat Farm and play with the goats and pigs while waiting on the rest of us ;-)

In the farm shop, you can find the most delicious goat cheese to take home. There are all kind of varieties, produced in the cheese cellar, made from the fresh goat’s milk.

A 1.25 x 3.1-mile city-owned park, the Amsterdamse Bos unfurls before its visitors a panoply of sweeping forests and wooded areas, 85 miles of walking paths, 32 miles of bike trails, 50 bridges, and one manmade mountain, called De Heuvel, for winter snow fun.

The "woodsy" of the Amsterdamse Bos was a calculated undertaking originally spearheaded in the Protected content . Architects of the park's Boschplan envisioned thousands of trees covering its grounds, enhancing the beauty of surrounding Amsterdam, Amstelveen, and Aalsmeer, and allowing citizens a nearby escape from daily urban life. In Protected content , tree planting proposals both moved from paper to soil and gave 20,000 unemployed Dutch work during a period of economic crisis for the country. The project spanned 23 years, with the last tree taking root in Protected content . Today, Protected content species of trees and over Protected content of birds call the Amsterdamse Bos home.