Little People Big World is one of the most popular television shows. It follows the life of the Roloff family that includes Matt and Amy and their four children. The family continues to drive attention with its drama. However, this time there’s something bigger on the show. Matt’s recent update on ‘bigfoot’ sightings on his Oregon farm has scared the fans already. Although he said that it is nothing but something in the name of Halloween fun, can we still be sure? Let’s dig in to know more.
Little People Big World: Matt Roloff Reveals A ‘bigfoot’ Sighting
Matt Roloff shared a grainy spooky picture on his Instagram. It featured the massive hairy beast walking upright near the tree line. Matt wrote in the caption that Bigfoot is seemingly hanging out in the Roloff’s forest. He further cautioned his followers or potential visitors to stay away from the farms because this was the 2nd sighting in a month. He further informed his followers about tickets being available for the farm visit. However, they’re now selling pretty fast.
Matt’s post attracted a lot of attention. The curious fans dropped their concerns and mixed reactions in the comments box. A fan noted that Bigfoot was “Darryl” from the Progressive commercials. Yet another follower shared that they’ve already called in mountain monsters to solve this case. It seemed that the fans were not really scared of this sighting.
Roloffs Are Preparing For The Pumpkin Festival, Adopting New Safety Measures
Roloffs got the permission to open up their farm for the pumpkin festival in the wake of COVID 19. However, with this, they are taking special measures to keep everyone, including themselves, safe. Some of the novel changes include closing of the Adventure Zone and all group Wagon Tours. Moreover, seeing the condition of the global pandemic, the family decided to put a reservation ticketing system. This will further ensure visitors’ health and safety and keep a check on the flow of visitors.
Despite closing off several things, Roloffs went ahead and opened a brand new Scenic Trail Walk. This quarter-mile trail is self-guided and reportedly allows the visitors to ‘experience areas of Roloff Farms that were never previously available or only from a distance.’ Moreover, the family would offer a 30-min tour of the property guided by any of the Roloffs.