According to Matt the last few months have been very rewarding for him. After finishing another pumpkin season, he looked back on one of the most challenging decisions he had to make.
The Little People, Big World celebrity said it was risky to open the farm during a global pandemic. Matt Roloff said his “compromised physical lungs” scared him of getting sick and “not being able to survive. Matt Roloff said that bending over makes his lungs “less robust. But Matt never let that stop him from living life to the fullest.
The Little People, Big World TLC star thought of the risks and rewards of opening the farm for the fall. Matt said as “new sole owner,” it was a difficult decision to make. He would welcome thousands of visitors from all over the world and they would all be in close contact with each other. He knew it was a risk, but he followed the restrictions the county officials gave him.
Matt’s risk paid off because the season was a success. And after closing the farm, Matt Roloff from Little People, Big World took his annual trip to Cabo San Luca, Mexico. Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler spent five days in the sun and heat. According to TLC’s Matt, they were given much-needed rest and relaxation.
After Matt and Caryn from Little People, Big World’s fast-paced journey, they quartered themselves for twelve days. A few days ago Matt Roloff went to get himself tested for the virus with Caryn Chandler. He was glad they came back negative. He said it “feels good,” knowing that taking the “normal logical precautions” kept them safe. During their travels Caryn and Matt wore masks, washed and disinfected their hands often. They also kept their distance from others and always remained positive.