Goat’s Pasture is a small village of about fifteen families in the foothills of the Anorak Mountains. The breeding and herding of goats is the primary activity of the village, providing most of the basic needs of its inhabitants. In addition to providing pasture, the rocky soil is particularly well suited to the cultivation of grapes and olives.
The village center consists of a meeting hall and village green with a maypole. To the east is a burial ground where human and goat are both laid to rest. A rock quarry is south-east of the village.
The climate is somewhat warm, though seasonal.