It isn’t much of a surprise that Alaskan Bush People star Josh “Bam Bam” Brown is a skilled constructionist. For years, he and his family have been the masterminds behind their homes. From Browntown in Alaska to their ever-expanding property in Washington, the Browns have relied on their own skills and tools to create the home they always dreamed of.
Now that his father, Billy, has passed, Bam Bam hasn’t forgotten how to wield a few power tools and create a bit of luxury for himself. In his latest TikTok video, the Alaskan Bush People star showed fans just how talented he is with construction. While creating a window frame, the 37-year-old screwed a few beams together, making careful measurements and adjustments as needed.
The Alaskan Bush People star paired the video with a song from Led Zeppelin, “When the Levee Breaks.” Perhaps the song held some sort of significance for the skilled constructionist, or maybe it was just one of his favorite working tunes.
This isn’t the only instance of Bam Bam’s skills with tools. He also recently shared a clip of himself splitting wood. The Alaskan Bush People showed just how accurate he was with an ax, only taking two hits to split a thick log.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Brother Welcomes Home Baby Boy
While Bam Bam continues building his home, little brother Noah is building his family. On October 30, Noah and his wife Rhain welcomed 9-pound one-ounce Adam Bishop Brown. The healthy little boy is the couple’s second son, and already, the two are getting along great. When he’s not snuggling with his big brother, Elijah, the newest member of the Brown family is taking the cutest snoozes.
Noah posted a photo of baby Adam while napping the day after he came home from the hospital.
“Adam is enjoying his morning nap, and I am enjoying some really good baby cuddles,” the Alaskan Bush People star wrote.
He also reflected on his growing family and his father’s role in his life.
“Having another son really makes me think about Da and how Adam won’t have any personal memories with him, that is one reason that I am so thankful for the the TV show and why I am so grateful to our Discovery Channel Family for giving us the opportunity to show people that never had a chance to meet Da, just how wonderful of a person he was, and someday Adam will be able to watch the show and get to know his GrandDa. So until then I hope that everyone enjoys the new episode of Alaskan Bush People this Sunday night,” he shared.