Choosing faith over fear. Alaskan Bush People stars Noah and wife Rhain Brown made a rare appearance with son Elijah and other family members to share an update after a wildfire broke out near the brood’s land in Washington state.
“There’s been a massive wildfire on Palmer Mountain,” Noah said in the clip shared via their show’s official Instagram page on Sunday, August 23. “Everybody made it out completely safe. We are all totally good,” Bear Brown chimed in.
Snowbird Brown and Rhain thanked firefighters and first responders for their efforts as the fire rages on, burning timber, brush and grasslands. “Our hearts and prayers are with everybody going like times like these with us,” Rain Brown added. “God bless and everybody stay safe!” they concluded.
In the caption, they offered a way for fans to donate and assist. “To learn how you can help those fighting wildfire devastation, visit the American Red Cross at redcross.org or call 1-800-RED-CROSS,” it read alongside the video.
On August 19, Bear, 33, revealed they weren’t letting the “devastating loss” break down their spirits in a hopeful post. “You can rebuild, and you will because your family is resilient!” one supportive social media user wrote, to which he replied, “Thank you!” adding, “Yes! It was beautiful! We won’t give up, that I guarantee!”
In another message, he thanked people for the outpour of love. “It’s always nice to have friends! Ones that really care about you!” Bear wrote.
The father of one previously shared news of the blaze near their property along with photos showing the destruction in its path. “A fire swept through our mountain, our home! The [loss] seems to be great! It’s still burning! I’ll keep everyone posted!” he revealed in his message.
Ahead of the season premiere of ABP, Bear admitted “a lot happened” in their personal lives while filming, and confirmed fans would get to see it unfold in upcoming episodes. “There’s new members joining the wolfpack, there’s drama there’s suspense, there’s action, you guys definitely want to check it out,” he said in a teaser clip.
Back in March, Noah shared an update about his own little brood and said things were going “great” after he relocated to Colorado with his wife and baby.
Even though they have been through a lot, the Brown brood is sticking together!
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