‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Bear Brown Reveals Father Billy’s Advice He’d Like to Pass to His Son

by Samantha Whidden
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Just a little over a year and a half after his father Billy Brown passed away, Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown is now opening up about the advice his late father gave him to pass on to his son. 

During his recent interview with Distractify, the Alaska Bush People star talked about the things his father taught him throughout the years.

“I think one of the main things that my dad taught me that I’d like to pass onto my son would be to be true to yourself, true to others, and true to God.”

While talking about the latest season of Alaskan Bush People, Bear Brown stated that the season is about honoring his father. “Da’s legacy was really his dream. But also a dream shared by all of us to have an actual self-sustainable home where we can provide our own food, water, electricity, and it can be a secure home for generations to come.”

The Alaskan Bush People star further explained that the self-sustainable home was really what his father wanted. “To make sure us and the next generations would be set up with a self-sustainable home where we could live free. My dad stood for God, family, and freedom.”

In regards to him and his family are watching the latest season, the Alaskan Bush People star added, “I haven’t been watching the new season; I can’t right now. But I will one day! My mom and a couple [of] other family members are watching it through when they get the chance.”

Bear Brown Admits The Latest ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Season Was the Hardest Season So Far

Also during his interview with Distractify, Bear Brown declares that the latest season of Alaskan Bush People was actually the hardest season for him so far.

“One thing you will get to see you though is how we continue to persevere even in our darkest time and stay together as the Wolfpack, and continue to build a truly self-sustainable home for the future.”

While chatting about returning to Alaska this season, Bear Brown stated, “It was definitely nice getting to see Alaska again, and I think in my heart will always consider Alaska my home. We are continuing to build North Star Ranch, but I definitely wouldn’t rule out Alaska as a strong possibility.”

In regards to the possibility that his family is done with reality TV, Brown Bear put those thoughts to rest by adding, “Final season in mind? Maybe when I’m like 99 on my deathbed, but then hopefully the show will continue with the next generation! That’d be pretty cool, a literal generational reality show, so a stopping date for me? Nope, as long as everyone enjoys watching it.”

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