Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff recently took a look at this year’s pumpkin season. The opening of the farm during a global crisis was not easy. But Matt Roloff is grateful to everyone who helped to make this year a memory.
LPBW: Matt Thankful for Successful Season
Matt may love October, but it is not his favorite time of the year. The LPBW castmate said he “never hesitates” to say that November is first the best day of the year. According to Matt Roloff, it marks the end of autumn celebrations and the beginning of new opportunities.
This year is different from other seasons on the farm. But Matt is happy that the result was no different than in previous years.
The Little People, Big World reality star didn’t know if the family farm would open in time for the fall season. Because of the global pandemic, Matt and his ex-wife Amy Roloff had to set up guidelines to make sure his staff and visitors were safe. Despite the challenging times, he is grateful to everyone who made this year’s “COVID-style” pumpkin festival a success.
Matt Roloff was impressed by everyone who came to the farm. The Little People, Big World cast member said that he “had come to see the worst in the people”. But, to his surprise, he saw the opposite. Matt Roloff said everyone wore their masks and kept their distance from others. Each visitor did his part to make sure the farm was a safe place for everyone to enjoy, although there were some expectations.
Matt of Little People, Big World, was happy to see the visitors enjoying themselves on the farm. He said everyone “played safely” and “enjoyed the fresh autumn air”. Fans even got to see the farm in a way that has never been seen before. Matt Roloff said there were hidden surprises all over the farm.