THE STORY OF GOATESCAPES
Once upon a time, in a small village nestled in the rolling hills of the countryside, there lived a curious and clever goat named #63. #63 lived on a farm with a group of other goats, and like all goats, he spent his days grazing on grass and playing in the fields. But #63 had always felt a bit different from the other goats. He was a creative and artistic goat, with a wild and adventurous spirit that longed to explore the world beyond the farm.
One day, #63 heard a rumor that the villagers were planning to select a scapegoat to take the blame for all of their misfortunes. And to #63's dismay, he was at the top of the list. Determined not to become the village scapegoat, #63 came up with a plan. He would dress up as an artist and sneak away from the farm, traveling to distant lands and exploring the world. With a quick and stealthy escape, #63 gathered up his paints and brushes and set off into the unknown.
He traveled through forests and fields, over mountains and streams, always staying one step ahead of the villagers. As he traveled, #63 used his artistic skills to create beautiful paintings and sculptures, earning the admiration and respect of the people he met along the way. And as he shared his art with the world, #63 discovered that he was much more than just a goat - he was a true artist, with a talent and a passion that knew no bounds.
In the end, #63's adventure took him far from the farm and the village, and he lived out the rest of his days as a beloved and celebrated artist, always grateful for the chance to escape his fate as a scapegoat and follows his dreams.