A big part of LAFayette’s appeal is its location in the foothills of the Appalachians.
It’s an oasis in the summer heat, where the summertime temperatures can be as high as 107 degrees in the spring and 102 in the fall.
The town is a bit of a haven for many young people who want to experience the outdoors but have limited access to public transportation.
LAField has a high concentration of students in its summer programs, including outdoor programs, which are also popular with older residents who may not want to leave their homes in the heat.
Lafayette also has a lot of history.
The town’s name is derived from the Lafayet Mountain Range, a chain of mountains that extend north to south.
The region is a popular camping spot for locals, as the area is often covered with forest.
The area has also been known for its large populations of mountain goats.
In recent years, the town has been trying to improve the goats’ habitat.
The goats have been relocated from their natural habitat in the mountains, but the goats have struggled to get used to their new homes.
In 2018, LAFayet became the first town in the state to implement a new ordinance that required all goats to live in a two-acre enclosure, and all goats must be microchipped.
The ordinance, which went into effect in January, has been praised by the goats and has spurred more people to adopt goats in the area.LAFaye’s goats, which range in size from 1 to 3 feet, can be found at the LAFead Farm, a private farm owned by the family of local rancher, Joe Wills.
The LAFays also own a herd of cattle, which is one of the most popular attractions at the farm.
The cattle are brought in from a nearby cattle ranch and are kept at the ranch in a barn, with a view of the mountains and a view into the woods.
The goats are given a small area in the back of the barn, which the family uses to groom their own cows.
The animals are allowed to roam around freely, with the only restriction being that they are confined in the barn during the summer months.
The barn is also used to keep water running, which allows the goats to be fed in the cooler months of the year.