'Alaskan Bush People': Rain Brown Posts Throwback Pic Of Alaska, Where Are The Browns Now?

Abi Ong

Billy Brown and his family are moving on from their life in the Alaskan wilderness. As seen in the last season of Alaskan Bush People, the family has closed down Browntown since their mom Ami has been diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. Billy and Ami have spent a good part of their lives fighting to raise their seven children in the Bush, away from modern society. This has made saying goodbye so difficult, especially for the younger kids who have been so used to their unique and independent way of life.

"[Throwback] to my last time in AK," Rain wrote in the caption.

It was spent with some of my favorite people, and I couldn't have asked for a better goodbye to Juneau.

"I hope to go back one day but for now, I got to say my last words in a very beautiful way."

Rain's latest social media posts were tagged in Los Angeles, which means that the Brown family is still in California. However, the Alaskan Bush People Exposed Facebook group reported on Saturday that Bam Bam Brown, Billy and Ami's second son, has been spotted in Cortez, Colorado. This may hint that the Browns are finally making their way to their new home.

Not everyone in the family is joining the move, though. According to the same FB group, Noah Brown was recently sighted with his girlfriend in Montana. Noah has previously announced in the show that he didn't want to move to Colorado. The 24-year-old told Billy and Ami that he wants to stay behind and serve as a local sheriff.

[Featured Image by Rainy Brown/Instagram]