Matt Roloff and his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler opted for spending Thanksgiving in Arizona. Actually, they seldom look unhappy in Surprise. So, fans suspect they plan for Matt’s retirement there one day. The warmer climate and the lifestyle suits him as he suffers from some physical issues. Now, they visited the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park.
Matt Roloff & Caryn in Arizona over Thanksgiving
The patriarch of Little People, Big World looks radiant in Arizona. And, many people note that he and Caryn always look so happy in the state. And of course, TLC fans who love the couple seem delighted that they spend time there. We reported on November 22, that Caryn shared a photo of them together. She wrote in her caption, “We’re thankful to gobble up some AZ sunshine this Thanksgiving… 🌞🌵.” Many of their followers felt a bit jealous as it’s not warm where they live right now.
Now, Caryn shared a photo of herself with Matt Roloff in a beautiful spot. She geo-tagged it as “Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park.” The LPBW couple looked like they visited a wilderness! The spot seems very nice for an outing during COVID-19. She captioned her post with, “Fun in the sun! 🌞 #az #zooday.” Lots of fans who know the place recommended it. One of them wrote, “What a wonderful way for you two lovebirds to spend your day! 🌞💚😃.”
Is Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park safe?
While many Little People, Big World fans wished them the best time, at least one follower got all snarky about them visiting the Zoo. Sarcastically, they asked if there’s “no” coronavirus in Arizona? And another follower noted that maybe the lone “bird” in the background might give them the disease. Well, the Zoo & Safari Park only reopened on September 3.
The destination that Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler selected put in regulations and practices for the coronavirus. According to their website, they take precautions with social distancing. The site notes, “safety measures and operational changes at the Zoo, [included]…masks for staff and visitors.” Plus, lots of “informative signage” talk about “Social distancing.” Even their rides are governed by social distancing. And plenty of “sanitizer” gets applied.
YouTube video explains what happened during their shutdown
In a video that the Zoo shared a few days before the re-opening. They spent the shutdown period improving walkways. And, they also improved some of the enclosures. Plus, they spent a lot of time implementing the new guidelines for safe social distancing. You can watch the video below.
Have you been along to the same Zoo & Safari Park as Matt Roloff and Caryn Chandler? Did you feel that the precautions against COVID-19 made you feel safe enough? Sound off in the comments below.