Amy Roloff Postponing Her Wedding Might Be Proof She’s Not Marrying on Roloff Farms

Season 21 of Little People, Big World is here, and fans are excited to see how Amy Roloff’s relationship with Chris Marek progresses. The two got engaged last season, and Amy is busily planning her big day. But it seems her wedding plans are postponed to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Zach Roloff recently talked about Amy’s nuptials. And her choice to postpone might also be a sign that she’s not marrying on Roloff Farms. Here’s why.

Amy Roloff is planning her wedding to Chris Marek

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SC farms pivot agritourism model during pandemic, but pumpkin patches still on | Food

A skeleton scales the wall of an Egyptian pyramid as echoes of howling monsters looped on a sound system wail through the forest. 

It’s one of the scenes set up along Boone Hall Plantation’s hayride trail, which will be followed by visitors’ own vehicles instead of the traditional tractor-pulled wagon with a guide this year. 

Fall is back, and so are seasonal attractions at farms across the state — but this time with coronavirus safety protocols in place. At Boone Hall, the pumpkin patch is spaced out over more land to provide social distancing, and the Fright Nights haunted house attraction will be capped at 1,500 attendees per night who must wear masks and wait in “pods” in line. 


Adam Morrical (left) and Becky Herbert pose for a photo at Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens’ hayride attraction Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, in Mount Pleasant. Gavin McIntyre/Staff

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2020 Sanderson Farms Championship odds: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from model that called six majors

The 2020-21 PGA Tour season rolls into its fourth event starting Thursday with the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship. The tournament is held at the 7,461-yard, par-72 Country Club of Jackson in Mississippi, where Sebastian Munoz defeated Sungjae Im in a playoff to claim his first career PGA Tour victory last year. Nine major champions are in the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship field, including Henrik Stenson, Zach Johnson and Keegan Bradley.

Reigning PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Scottie Scheffler returns from COVID-19 absence, and is the favorite at 10-1 in the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship odds from William Hill. Munoz is at 30-1, behind 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship contenders like Im (16-1) and Will Zalatoris (18-1). Before locking in your 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship picks or entering any PGA DFS tournaments on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to see the latest golf predictions and projected leaderboard from the

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