‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Noah Brown Wants Everyone to Like His ‘Post’

by Taylor Cunningham

Alaskan Bush People’s Noah Brown is a proud father of two, which means he’s starting to roll out the dad jokes. And as it turns out, he’s a pretty punny guy!

Ever since Noah’s son Adam was born in October, the reality star has been particularly active on social media. With an adorable newborn in the house, he’s had a lot to talk about. And of course, we all love seeing pictures of the youngest Alaskan bush person.

But aside from a flood of baby pics, Noah has been quite the comedian on Instagram. And his latest “post” gave us a good chuckle.

While working on his Washington State ranch, Noah snapped a pic of a lone fence post and wrote the following clever caption.

“It has been a while since I have posted, so I hope that everyone likes my “POST” HAHAH.”

Do you see what he did there? If you don’t, we don’t know that we can help you. But either way, we hope Noah keeps up with his social media antics. The winter lull is almost upon us, and we’re gonna need some cheery content to get us through the days.

‘Alaskan Bush People’s’ Noah Brown Pens Message on his Late Father’s 69th Birthday

December 3rd would have been Alaskan Bush People Patriarch Billy Brown’s 69th birthday. And the day was bittersweet for Noah Brown.

In an Instagram post, the 29-year-old reality star posted a series of pictures that captured a few favorite memories with Billy. And along with the photos, he penned a heartbreaking and beautiful tribute.

“Happy birthday Da,” he began. “You and Mom gave me so many things throughout my entire life, a Home, a unique childhood, good judgment, a good sense of family, the skills to face and Conquer any challenges, my faith that God will provide, and so much more. I hold on tightly to everything that you gave me especially the physical things because I will never have anything else that came from you, like this Bible that is full of Wisdom for when I can not seek it from you.”

“Happy birthday, Da,” Noah concluded. “We love and miss your joyous laugh and contagious smile.”

On February 7th, 2021, Billy Brown suffered a seizure while at home with his family at their Washington State ranch. Though EMTs arrived on the scene immediately after Bear Brown found him, they were unable to revive Billy. And he was pronounced dead on the scene. Billy Brown was 68 years old.