With what was probably their most difficult year ever now behind them, the tight-knit Brown family of nine returns, and they are more determined than ever to get back to their bush roots. On this season of Alaskan Bush People, they have a lot of goals they’d like to accomplish including working on honing their bush skills, making improvements to Browntown, and perhaps for the seven grown children, finding that special someone to spend their lives with.
With their legal troubles behind them and eldest son Matt returning from rehab, the Browns fight to reclaim their dream of living free in the bush. According to The Futon Critic, everyone pitches in to find sustainable food and other resources on this season of Alaskan Bush People. They will be expanding their farm animals as well by adding a new Jersey milk cow, Sabrina. On this season of Alaskan Bush People, the family will take their bushcraft skills to new levels as they use their ingenuity to create homemade dynamite and build their own sawmill.
Can't wait for the new season to start? Get ready with Bushcraft Chronicles featuring Matt this Wednesday! pic.twitter.com/VrgsfH4rWB
— Alaskan Bush People (@AlaskanBushPPL) December 12, 2016
The family will continue to expand Browntown as well on this season of Alaskan Bush People, transforming their small homestead into something that the whole family can enjoy for generations to come. Patriarch Billy Brown wants the homestead to become completely self-sustaining, and the family will be working hard to make that a reality. People shared a sneak-peek video of the next season of Alaskan Bush People, and Gabriel Brown talks about what he sees regarding the changes they are making to homestead.
“Browntown, it’s becoming more than just, like, a little encampment,” Gabe says. “It’s becoming a town.”
On this season of Alaskan Bush People, there will still be several challenges and obstacles that the family will have to face and overcome. Damaging storms, intrusive bears, and dangerous boat excursions are just a few of the issues that the family will have to deal with. Both Billy and wife, Ami, also have serious health issues that could play a factor into just how much they can physically contribute this season. Now more than ever, the seven grown Brown children will have to step up if Browntown is to continue to flourish and to grow on this season of Alaskan Bush People.
Last season while the Brown’s were away, bears tore through Browntown and even got into the main house, destroying everything in their path. Although disheartened by the devastation, the Brown’s didn’t let it defeat them, and the family has worked hard to make Browntown even better than before. During a recent special episode titled “Browntown Christmas,” it was obvious that several improvements have been made to the self-proclaimed “wolf pack’s” home. They proudly took friends and family around to show them what’s been accomplished so far.
What a perfect way to celebrate a new chapter for Browntown https://t.co/3HR5PFTa0u
— Alaskan Bush People (@AlaskanBushPPL) December 9, 2016
At the end of the Christmas special, there was a preview video of what viewers can expect during the new season of Alaskan Bush People. One scene showed Noah with a young woman, and after stroking her hair, he kissed her on the forehead. Some would say that Noah has some very old-fashioned ideas when it comes to dating or courting relationships, and fans of the show are very aware that he wouldn’t take kissing someone lightly. It looks like love is in the air on this season of Alaskan Bush People, and perhaps some of the other Brown children will find love as well.
Are you a fan of the show? Leave your comments, thoughts, and opinions below. If you missed the Christmas special, it would air again on Wednesday, December 14 at 6 p.m. ET. Check your local listings for other showings. The premiere of Season 6 of Alaskan Bush People will be airing on Wednesday, January 4 at 9 p.m. ET on the Discovery Channel.
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