Matt Roloff has made it very clear in his latest Instagram post:
He may never return to Oregon.
No, the Little People, Big World patriarch did not come out and say this directly.
He didn't even imply it, really.
We're just reading between the lines a little bit here, based on some of the rumors we've heard; some of the news that has been leaking out; and some of Matt's own words.
Roloff has said himself that he's moving to Arizona, having reportedly purchased a home there that formerly belonged to the parents of his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler.
He's been spending a lot of time in this state -- and, as you can tell by the photo above, he's having himself a blast there.
"Must admit... I love the hot temps with the low humidity. Today 109 with 11%," wrote Roloff as a caption to this image.
Holy hotness, huh?!?
But at least it was a dry heat.
Matt is a busy man these days.
And he's not busy doing anything on his family's farm, which is a pretty huge change for the veteran reality star.
Roloff is actually about to embark on a book tour, telling Instagram followers that he may soon be coming to their city in order to meet them, greet them and sign some autographs.
What does this all mean for the future of Little People, Big World?
That's what we've been wondering for awhile now.
Over the past several installments of this TLC hit, both Matt and ex-wife Amy have expressed some doubts over where things are going.
Said the latter a few weeks ago, for example:
"I don't know what the future of the farm really holds... it's a challenge sometimes with Matt and I living on the farm together, being divorced and everything."
Amy and Matt are both in serious relationships, the former with Chris Marek and the latter with Chandler.
They've been living within just a couple hundred yards of each other for years now, despite their divorce and despite some understandable tension that exists between the exes.
They do mostly get along, but they sometimes clash pretty hard over their shared business.
Of course, the ex-spouses also have two grandkids, Jackson and Ember, both of whom reside in Oregon.
Would Matt really move far away for extended periods of time?
It seems a little hard to believe when you consider how close he is to these toddlers.
Case in point:
But Arizona is clearly calling on occasion and Matt is very happy to answer.
TLC is yet to make any announcements about the future of Little People, Big World, leaving fans to wonder whether it will return after this current run of episodes is over.
It's not as though it hasn't enjoyed a terrific run, of course.
Heck, it's helped the family set a world record!
If this will soon be the end, the series has had quite a run, that's for certain.