Alaskan Bush People returns this month with Billy Brown the center of the family’s attention due to his declining health. Just like the family faced in Alaska, their Washington State property deals with some brutal winters. With winter around the corner, getting Billy and Ami Brown settled in a warm home on the mountain becomes a priority for the grown Brown kids.
Alaskan Bush People: Health Problems For Billy Brown
Both Billy Brown and his wife Ami Brown suffered some major health problems in the last few years. Ami fighting cancer inevitably led the Alaskan Bush People to make the big move out of Alaska.
The family needed to have Ami closer to medical treatment. But then Billy Brown fell ill. Because he suffered lung problems in the past, when he struggled to breathe last season, everyone thought it was his lungs again. But it wasn’t. Billy was diagnosed with a heart problem and Ami Brown told her kids that dad will not get better.
Housing Problems On the Mountain
To bring Billy Brown back to the Alaskan Bush People mountain, the kids needed to relocate the parents. They dragged Ami and Billy’s trailer down the mountain to an elevation that makes breathing easier for Billy.
But a trailer is not going to do the trick for winter housing. With Billy’s children hustling to get their own homes up before winter, there was no time to work on a house for their parents. That’s when Gabe Brown and Noah Brown banded-together.
The Alaskan Bush People patriarch understands how sick he is. Billy doesn’t sugar coat a thing. But he wants to die on the mountain surrounded by his family. With their dad too frail to build an entire house on his own, two of Brown sons come up with the answer.
Alaskan Bush People: Pitter Patter of Little Feet
Gabe and Noah are both proud dads of new little sons. While Noah’s son Elijah Brown made his debut on the last season, Gabe’s son makes his debut in the new season. The brothers, who are also new fathers, figure out that two can build a house quicker than one.
So by getting together and building one big house, this could be the answer to a few of the problems. The dwelling that the two Alaskan Bush People siblings plan to build will house Gabe, Raquell, Noah, and Rhain, along with their sons. But smack dab in the middle – Ami Brown and Billy Brown get a section of their own.
The house will hold all three families, with Papa and Mama Brown sandwiched in between their sons, daughters-in-law, and grandsons. The pitter-patter of grandbabies feet inside that one big house will bound to make their parents happy. Not to mention one big happy house with all those people.
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