Outsiders have an endearing spirit around getting outdoors. “Alaskan Bush People” star Noah Brown does, too, as well as his wife.
Speaking of his wife Rhain, Noah decided to pop a photo of her on their Instagram account with some sweet words.
Check out the picture first, then read below it for the caption from this tender picture.
“When your Wife knows that her poutyface work on you 🥺” is what Noah wrote in connection with the picture.
Now Noah Brown of “Alaskan Bush People” recently celebrated his birthday earlier in July 2021. He’s the third-youngest child of the Brown family.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family Member Wished Brother Happy Birthday In July
Noah’s older brother Bear Brown went on Instagram himself to help celebrate his birthday. Bear Brown shared a photo of a smiling, bearded Noah.
Along with the photo, Bear Brown wrote, “I’d like to wish my youngest brother Noah a very Happy Birthday! I’ve known this guy his whole life and I couldn’t be more proud of him! He’s always been an awesome little brother and an awesome older brother! Now days he’s also an awesome dad! He reminds me a lot of Da! Happy Birthday Noah! I’m proud of you!”
The picture Bear posted also shows Noah standing in the family kitchen with one hand in his pocket. His smile looks similar to his late father’s one. But it was a day for Noah to receive glad tidings from his brother, another part of “Alaskan Bush People.”
Brown Family Settles Down On Land Within Washington State
Many people love watching “Alaskan Bush People” and the activities of the Brown family. In recent years, though, life has been topsy-turvy for them.
Health problems, the death of patriarch Billy Brown, and other issues forced the Browns to make different choices.
In 2017, matriarch Ami Brown got the news that she had Stage 3 lung cancer. Doctors told family members if she continued to live off the grid, then it would be dangerous to her health.
Without hesitation, the family uprooted from their “piece of paradise” in the Alaskan wilderness to Los Angeles where Ami received treatment at the UCLA Medical Center. During Ami’s aggressive fight against the illness, the family stayed in a mansion.
Once in remission, the Brown family moved to a 400-acre homestead in Tonasket, Wash.
Following the wildfire that consumed most of their mountainside property in 2020, fans were sure the family would move permanently to California.
Bill Brown, 68, died in February 2021 from a seizure. Eldest son Matt Brown permanently moved to California for drug and alcohol addiction rehabilitation. The family these days prefers to live on their property in Washington.