Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown is back where she started – in her home state. Although the youngest family member surely enjoys her time in Washington, the 18-year-old excitedly shared her return to the 49th state yesterday.
Prior to her visit to Alaska, Brown was living at the family’s 435-acre property called North Star Ranch, located in the North Cascade Mountains in Washington. The family had been at their lower-48 location since 2017 when mother Ami was still battling lung cancer. Alongside a few siblings, Rain returned their beloved “Browntown,” for a brief time where the family spent much of their time creating an independent homestead for themselves.
The 18-year-old Alaskan Bush People star shared her excitement regarding the visit in a photo on Instagram. In the photo, she stood against the foggy landscape in a coat, hat and boots. Around her, slushes of snow remained on the ground and a few flakes dusted the top of her head and shoulders. Brown appeared to be at the coastline that separates the family’s island property from the rest of the state.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Siblings Boast Home’s Natural Beauty
Rain isn’t the only sibling that’s photographed her return to their home state. Older brother Bear Brown stunned fans with a few shots of his own that encapsulated the beauty of Alaska. All of Bear’s photos feature the deep blue waters surrounding their Browntown property, hinting that perhaps this was what he missed most while living in Washington.
Most recently, Bear shared a shot of the water at night. The full moon hung just above the mountains, and the beams bounced off of the rippling water below. In another post, the Alaskan Bush People star showed fans a photo of the harbor at sunset. Behind a row of boats, a pink and orange sky illuminated the scene.
Since Bear’s Instagram account is private, we can’t share any of his impressive photography. However, you can follow him for more memorable moments here.
Meanwhile, Alaskan Bush People sister Bird Brown has been the leading voice in the journey back to Alaska, vocalizing her feelings behind the desire to return to their first home on the show.
“I’m who I am today partially because of Browntown,” Bird said during an episode of Alaskan Bush People. “I definitely want to just get back to nature completely.”
During the episode, Bird told her brother and sister that it almost felt like they never left their Alaskan homestead in the first place.
“One of the biggest battles that I have with myself is, ‘Do I belong in Washington,’ and maybe this will, you know, answer some of that for me.”