A family (a mother and two daughters, probably late teens to early 20s) did the personal tour of Roloff Farms.
She posted on Matt's Fan Facebook wall. They seemed to enjoy it immensely and report that Matt was very friendly and wonderful. Some people will find it interesting that they said Amy was working with her personal trainer. Amy came out to meet them. They have pictures with Amy wearing boxing gloves and Jacob rode with them on the "Mule" for the tour. The "Mule" by the way, is now a giant model. It has three rows of fancy seats (the driver and passenger row, and two rows behind that).
Apparently Jeremy and Zach were not around. The daughters were disappointed they didn't get to meet them. No mention of Molly.
This is the comment the person posted on Matt's Facebook Fan Page:
"Matt, thanks to you and Amy for giving my girls and I a very awesome tour and visit! You are very humble and charming, and Shannon and Serena and I enjoyed every moment of the tour! Too bad the twins did not meet the girls! I will try to send you some photos! I am somewhat of a "dunce" with the computer!"
We should make one thing clear so other fans aren't mislead. This tour that this family went on is the one that costs $300 for up to 3 people for 30 minutes.
I think because fans who have watched the Roloffs for so long feel an attachment to them, as though they are like extended family, and because of Matt's friendly nature on his Facebook Fan page with messages such as "Thank you for being a loyal fan of "Little People Big World". I hope to meet you on the farm one day. " some people really think of the Roloffs as friends and leave comments such as "Matt, I'd love to drop in and have you give me a tour, thanks!" We also have received a number of emails from people asking us that if they drive by the Roloffs Farm, do we think it's possible that the Roloffs would meet them?"
I don't think some people realize that everything is a business to the Roloffs. You can meet the Roloffs for a tour if you arrange it in advance, but they do charge $300 for 30 minutes plus $50 for each additional person. That turns some people off, others like this family apparently, obviously felt that it was worth it.