Alaskan Bush People star Gabe Brown took his sister Rain Brown high up on a cherry picker that slips accidentally. Rain says that she feared for her life. The new Alaskan Bush People trailer shows a clip of this accident and highlights a few other near-fatal mistakes.
Alaskan Bush People: Danger Lurks for Gabe Brown In New Season
Bear Brown is involved in the next dangerous occurrence demonstrated on the Alaskan Bush People promo clip from the new season. It also looks like he filmed this scene with his ex-girlfriend Raiven giving him a hand. Somehow it appears as if a heavy beam falls and just misses some family members.
The new season rolls out next week on Wednesday, December 4. It looks as if the Discovery Channel promo put together some careless mistakes made by the wolfpack that caused some near misses. It also looks like Gabe Brown might take the cake this season.
Rain said in the video, “if any of us make one mistake we could actually die”. Then it cuts into the cherry picker slipping and Rain holding on for dear life. Gabe Brown looks genuinely scared when this happens. He too holds on and braces himself.
Gabe Brown is often seen flexing his muscles to accentuate his hard work at bodybuilding. He’s also known to tackle big jobs around the Alaskan Bush People compound with his shirt off while flexing those Gabe muscles.
Bear Brown Ex Shows Up as Building Beam Falls
Gabe Brown flexed those muscles while living in their Browntown home and now he does the same while in Washington State on their mountainside village. Today he is a proud papa-to-be with his wife Raquell Rose expecting any day.
The just released Alaskan Bush People season promo clip also offers the first glimpse of Raiven Adams. She’s the on-again, off-again girlfriend of Bear Brown. Right now her status is pregnant with Bear’s cub but split from her man-child. Still, it looks as if Bear gets a rise out of her in that scene.
It appears a building that they’re haphazardly erecting has a beam fall out of place. When it falls it seems too close for comfort to a few siblings who make up this Alaskan Bush People building crew.
In another scene, Bear climbs high up on the metal windmill on the mountain. Once he stops close to the top of this windmill he lets out a howl. Bear also puts more metal shipping containers together, as an addition to his shipping container home.
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Alaskan Bush People: Billy Brown and Wife Ami Brown Take It All In
Billy Brown and Ami Brown the parents of this Alaskan Bush People tribe, sit back and take it all in. They are narrating in a few spots on the new season trailer. Billy goes to his standby response that suggests what they’re doing on the mountain is no easy feat.
The premise of the show today is much different than when it first started. The Brown family attempts to build a self-sustaining village off-grid on their Washington State mountain. But unlike when they first started out in the Alaskan Bush, they have modern machinery and tools to help them.
Still, Billy and Ami survey the progress or lack of at times and report their findings to the show’s camera. Check out the new season of the Alaskan Bush People when it makes a new season premiere on Wednesday, December 4, 2019, on the Discovery Channel.
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