Summer is in full swing! Matt Roloff soaked up the sun while spending time in Arizona, taking to Instagram with a shirtless photo on July 6. The Little People, Big World star was all smiles as he held up a thermometer in the scorching heat, proving he's loving life to the fullest. And it didn't hurt that he had an epic tan either!
"Must admit... I love the hot temps with the low humidity. Today 109 with 11 percent," Matt captioned the pic. The reality star has been spending a lot of time away from his family's farm in Oregon, instead opting for some rest and relaxation in Arizona with his girlfriend Caryn Chandler. Matt reportedly sold his Portland abode and bought an Arizona-based estate about one year ago from Caryn's parents, according to RadarOnline. It's unclear whether Matt plans to keep it as a vacation home or make it his new permanent residence with his leading lady.
Either way, fans are pumped to see Matt in his element. "Welcome to Arizona🌵🌞🔥," one wrote, while another commented on his sun-kissed look: "Hope you're wearing your sunscreen you're looking kind of toasty there." A few of the Little People, Big World star's followers even addressed how they wanted him to get rid of the family farm after selling his house. "Matt, dump the farm, enjoy your life, and get rid of all of the nonsense your wife is spouting," one chimed in. "Your kids will just have to get a real job." We're not sure how his family would feel about that!
Matt has been enjoying every minute in Arizona, taking to Instagram with photos of himself at the Eddie Money concert, riding on a motorized scooter, and more. The reality star also recently appeared at the Barnes and Noble in Surprise, AZ, for a signing of his book, Little Lucy Big Race. While taking to social media, Matt revealed he was so excited to connect with his "new neighbors." The 56-year-old clearly doesn't want to leave behind everything, since he later said: "It’s that time to get back to the farm, hug those grandbabies, and catch up on many chores. Thank you again to the great, friendly people of Arizona."