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Alaskan Bush People Season 7 Episode 2 broke hearts last Wednesday night after the showrunners revealed Ami’s diagnosis – Lung Cancer Stage 3 (possibly Stage 4). It was a tearful night for everyone, especially the Browns who never had the chance to prepare themselves for this heartbreaking news.
Adding salt to injury, the family would be forced to leave their homestead so that the 53-years-old matriarch would be closer to hospitals for medications. But this was something the Brown children could not take lightly.
Will they move Browntown to Colorado?
The events that transpired on Alaskan Bush People last Wednesday were filmed less than three months ago. This could mean that the recent outings of the Browns in #Colorado were clear signs that they might be already settling there.
Moreover, this rumor sparked when an Alaskan Bush People Facebook page called Alaskan Bush people Exposed announced that “The Browns will be calling Colorado home.” However, the show’s producers haven’t addressed this rumor yet. But more and more photos were coming out which seemed to be a validation that such speculations could somehow be true.
For now, we can’t trust the rumors about the Browns moving to Colorado with just photos of them hanging out. Their presence in The Centennial State could be just a simple indication that they were providing Ami some company while she’s being treated somewhere in Los Angeles.
The Browns brave Ami’s pain
In the last episode of Alaskan Bush People, Billy opened up about her wife’s diagnosis. He said that their doctors still needed to do some more tests and they had already seen stage 3 cancer in her lungs. Worse, her cancer could easily mature into Stage 4.
Considering his wife’s condition, the 64-years-old patriarch gathered his children and told them that they might need to pack up their things in #Browntown and close down this remote home in the Alaskan Bush.
However, this move was not something to be considered lightly. Their sons – Matt, Bam, Bear, Gabe, and Noah, and daughters Snowbird and Rain – might have prepared other options and plans to keep their rural home under their care. What they had up their sleeves were still unknown but knowing their love for their homeland, they would surely come up with something to keep it while having their mother’s treatments in check.
In the end of the day, what matters most is their family standing by one another to overcome this endeavor. To catch Alaskan Bush People Season 7 Episode 3, tune in on Discovery next Wednesday at 9 PM ET.