‘Alaskan Bush People’: Bear Brown Once Described His Perfect Date on the Show

by Madison Miller
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There’s nothing more romantic than describing cooking deer ribs and vividly detailing just how grease-filled your mouth gets eating them. For Bear Brown, one of the seven kids on “Alaskan Bush People,” he has a lot of game when it comes to his pickup lines. That is, he talks about the game he cooks over an open fire.

‘Alaskan Bush People,’ Bear’s Dream Date

In one episode of the show, Bear Brown breaks down what his perfect date looks like. On the show, Bear is known for being the family member that tracks down meat to help sustain his family. He loves to hunt, fish, and trek through the deep forest.

When it comes to a date, it may be perfect for some outdoor enthusiasts. Given his personality and role in “Alaskan Bush People,” it makes sense.

“I think I’ll know when I meet the right girl … A perfect date would be you start in the woods and you make it to your skiff. Then you go from your skiff to another island. Then from that other island, you find yourself a nice, big tree with room for two and you crawl up there, preferably around sunset,” Brown explained.

Even when it comes to dating, his mind is out in the forest. “Alaskan Bush People” helped showcase his relationships over the years.

Bear Brown Relationship

Since that episode of the show filmed in 2014, Bear Brown has found a girlfriend that is his soon-to-be wife. It’s unclear if he took her on this dream date at some point.

According to People, Bear and Raiven Adams were engaged in August 2019, but two weeks later split up. A day after announcing the split, Adams’ pregnancy with their son, River, was shared with fans.

They gave the relationship another chance but broke up yet again. Then this past September, Bear got to hold his son for the first time when he was 6 months old. The delay in getting to meet his son is due to the precautions in place from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, after being reunited the couple once again decided to give love another go.

He wrote in an Instagram post, “Hey everybody! I wanted to let y’all guys know, that very soon I will be a married man!!!! Be sure to check out the new season of Alaskan Bush People and all your questions will be answered!!!! Thank you everyone for all your support!!!! God bless!!!”

The wedding is on the horizon. He had been hinting to fans of the show that the next season, which is supposedly already filmed, would show his wedding. The future of “Alaskan Bush People” has been very unclear since the patriarch, Billy Brown, passed away in February.

Before Billy Brown passed away, he got to hold his grandson, River, for the first time.

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