This year’s Tour de France competitors may face a unique obstruction as they contend with the grueling course through the Pyrenees Mountains: llamas. On July 2, a herd of roughly 20 was spotted in repose on the Col de Tourmalet race course. And llamas, I think we can safely surmise, do not give a fuck about the Tour de France.
According to the Independent, llamas gathered on the road to keep warm throughout a cold fog. Here they are, engaged in their daily graze and chill:
The woolly quadrupeds are, if you will, in the area on summer holiday. The herd was purchased by a campsite owner to maintain the grounds at La Mongie throughout the winter. Come summer, he brought our roosting pals to Tourmalet, where they will reside until October.
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