He lives on the grounds of one of the most historic private homes in Tredyffrin Township and he's on the lookout for visitors this coming Saturday, September 22 as the Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust presents its Eighth Annual Historic House Tour.
Don't worry, you can get your goat (photos) on the tour, but he can't get you. This photogenic greeter spends most of his time in nice weather on a secluded island in the middle of a pond on the property that is safely separated from guests. When the weather turns colder he's got a barn, which is just one of the buildings on the property.
To find out where he lives, The Trust wants you to go on the tour which runs from Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. Proceeds from the event benefit the restoration of the Historic Jones Barn, which is being rebuilt/recreated at the DuPortail House property in Chesterbrook.
Imoportant note: You have to buy tickets in advance for this event. You can pick them up Saturday along with a map for the self-guided tour of rarely-or-never open to the public private historic homes, structures and properties.