A working herd of goats clears out of a lot next to the old Elks building in downtown Tacoma on Thursday. McMenamins, which plans to develop the building into a hotel/brewery/restaurant complex, hired Rent-a-Ruminant to do the job.
A working herd of goats clears out of a lot next to the old Elks building in downtown Tacoma on Thursday. McMenamins, which plans to develop the building into a hotel/brewery/restaurant complex, hired Rent-a-Ruminant to do the job. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
A working herd of goats clears out of a lot next to the old Elks building in downtown Tacoma on Thursday. McMenamins, which plans to develop the building into a hotel/brewery/restaurant complex, hired Rent-a-Ruminant to do the job. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

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